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America - Too great for small dreams

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- America:
3rd largest country in the world.
Rich cultural and racial diversities.
Home to world's most prestigious universities.

B2 visa with $160 register fee.
AIG's Global Travel Insurance for 7 days ($27).
Last but not least...

Choose a tour:

* Raise the American curtain: Higher education in New York and Boston. *

Departure: January 19th 2014.
Duration: 7 days.
Budget: $4,500/person.

So, what do we need beforehand?
Here we go!!!

- Day 1:

Take flight UA116 from Saigon to New Jersey (meals on plane).

Check in at Country Inn & Suites Newark Airport + tip.

Dinner at Jersey Garden Outlet Mall.
Country Inn & Suites Newark Airport
3-star hotel.
$202.80/night include tax.
30 minutes from The Big Apple.
2,0 miles from Newark Airport.
$768,65
$210.80
$30.00
Have fun at
New Jersey's largest mall!
Over 200 stores.
5 mins from Newark International Airport.
24 food courts available.
- Day 2:
Breakfast + room service tips.

Ultimate New York sightseeing: Statue of Liberty, Empire State building, Wall Street, etc. + lunch.

Dinner at Red Lobster + tip.

"Cinderella" Broadway musical show.

Country Inn & Suites Newark Airport + tip.

*

Transportation: Amtrak (EWR - NYP - EWR)

$15.00
$100.0
$60.00
$168.28
$210.80
$50.00
Fulfill your American dream...
Enjoy America's best seafood restaurant!
And finally, be swept off your feet...
- Day 3:
- Visit City Universities of New York:

Brooklyn College.
New York City College of Technology.
City College.
- Breakfast and lunch at college's canteen.
- Dinner on New York's sidewalk.
* Transportation:
Amtrak (EWR - NYP - EWR).

Accomodation:
Country Inn & Suites Newark Airport + tip.
*
$50.00
$25.00
$210.80
Brooklyn College
New York city College of Technology
City College
Too great
for small dreams

Medium sized, urban setting.

4-year public co-ed liberal arts college.

Offers bachelor's and master's degrees.

Acceptance rate: 28,2% (Fall 2011)

Out-of-state tuition fee: $485/credit.

Ranking: #55 North Regional

125 undergraduate majors offered.

The most popular is Business Administration and Management.
Large-sized, North regional college.

4 - year public co-ed technical college.

Offers 65 degrees and certificated programs

Acceptance rate: 87,2% (Fall 2011).

Out-of-state tuition fee: $510/credit.

The most popular major is Health Professions.
Medium sized, urban setting.

4-year public co-ed university.

Offers bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees.

Acceptance rate: 32,4% (Fall 2011).

Ranking: #61 North regional.

Out-of-state tuition fee: $14,550.

75 undergraduate majors offered.

The most popular is Engineering.
- Day 4:

Visit Boston University.
Visit Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences.
Check in at Hotel Bertram Inn Brookline + tips.
Dinner at Lineage Restaurant Brookline.
Discover Boston's nightlife.


*

Transportation:
Amtrak (EWR - BOS) + breakfast + tip.


Food:

Lunch at college's canteen
*
$165,24
$50.00
$10.00
$70.00
Boston University
Large-sized, national university.

4-year private co-ed university.

Offers bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees.

Acceptance rate: 46% (Fall 2011)

Ranking:

Out-of-state tuition fee: $44,910.

250 majors offered.

The most popular is Business.
Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Medium-sized, regional college.

4-year private co-ed college.

Offers certificate, bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees.

Acceptance rate: 90% (Fall 2012)

Tuition and fees: $27,440.

44 programs offered.

The most popular are Dental Hygiene, Nursing, Pharmaceutical Sciences & Pre-med.
Rest your night at
Hotel Betram Inn Brookline!
3-star hotel.
$155,26/night include tax.
0,9 mile from MCPHS.
1 mile from Boston University
"A hungry man is an angry man"
4 -star restaurant.
Modern American cuisine.
Enjoy the charismatic Boston by night
- Day 5:
Breakfast at Bertram Inn Brookline.
Visit Northeastern university.
Lunch at college's cafeteria.
Check in at Hampton Inn & suites at Binghamton.
Dine at Plaza Diner Vestal.
Enjoy Binghamton's nightlife.
$42.00
$185.00
* Transportation:

Greyhound from Boston to Binghamton.
*

$10.00
$20.00
$10.00
Northeastern University
Large-sized, national.

4-year private co-ed university.

Offers bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees.

Acceptance rate: 34,5% (Fall 2011)

Ranking: #56 national.

Tuition and fees: $41,196.

52 programs offered.

The most popular are Business, Engineering and Health Professions.
Enjoy your stay at Hampton Inn and Suites
3-star hotel.
$179,67/night include tax.
0,5 mile from SUNY Binghamton.
"The best way to a man's heart is through his stomach"
4-star restaurant.
Diner Style Food.
Mostly Greek dishes.
Binghamton at night
$50.00
"Come hungry, leave happy."
- Day 6:
Breakfast at IHop.
Visit Binghamton University.
Lunch at Moe's Southwest Grill.
Take Greyhound from Binghamton to Newark.
Check in Country Inn & Suites Newark Airport + tip.
Dinner at Subway + tip.
Binghamton University
Medium - sized, national.

4-year public co-ed university.

Offers bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees.

Acceptance rate: 40,7% (Fall 2011)

Out-of-state tuition fees: $16,761.

Ranking: #89 national.

More than 130 undergraduate majors offerring.

The most popular are Business, Social Sciences, Psychology and Biology.
$15.00
$15.00
$26.00
$210.80
$20.00
* U.S-based restaurant specialized in breakfast foods. *

"Welcome to Moe's!"
Fast-casual restaurant.
Best known for burritos packed with over 20 ingredients.
American fast food restaurant.
Largest fast food chain worldwide.
Core product: "Submarine Sandwich".
And finally, day 7...
Take flights ẢAA 3611, AA 153, JAL 759 back to SGN.
Time: 10:00 - 23:05.
See you soon, future Freshman!
by Christine and Alex.
$768.65
Total cost
Budget spent (include visa fee): $3753,92

Odds: $746,08
* can be spent on shopping, souvenirs, etc. *
THANK YOU FOR LISTENING!!!
#51 national
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