Miami, Florida, in the United States provides attractive study destinations in a major American centre of finance, culture, entertainment and international business. Choose a degree abroad in Miami, one of the richest cities in the U.S., with a Spanish-speaking majority that gave the city the nickname “the Capital of Latin America”. Enrol in a study programme in a tropical destination where there’s never winter.
The city serves as the headquarters for many companies’ Latin American operations due to its proximity to Latin America and the Latin influence in the city. Miami is also a large shopping port with great international connections. Its important party atmosphere means that the entertainment industry is very developed with a lot of record companies.
The city also features the largest concentration of international banks, and many large national and international companies. Other major industries in the city are television production, construction, real estate, finance, trade, logistics, tourism.
Company headquarters based in the Miami area include Bacardi, Burger King, Norwegian Cruise Lines, Telemundo, U.S. Century Bank, Sedano’s, etc. Other companies in Miami who operate are bases of operation for Latin America: American Airlines, Cisco, Disney, Exxon, FedEx, Microsoft, Yahoo, Oracle, Wal-Mart, Visa International etc.
The famous beaches are some of the biggest attractions for international students coming to study abroad in Miami, including the beautiful Miami Beach or the legendary South Beach. A flexible university schedule is a great chance to take Fridays off for long fun weekends.
You can admire the impressive skyline from scenic boat tours or on foot. Major attractions to visit include:
Miami is also well known for its nightlife and party atmosphere, with lots of clubs and bars all over town. Enjoy the international party feel, from Argentinian tango bars to Turkish or Indian restaurants, and plenty more. The music scene is as varied as the population including: conga, rumba, merengue, samba, reggae, disco, dance, electro, indie, and others
Miami has an important culture focus on college American football, and you’ll be able to attend many such events without having to worry about the bad weather. Professional sports teams in the city include the Miami Dolphins (NFL), Miami Heat (NBA), Marlins (baseball), Panthers (hockey).
The diverse wildlife is also an important aspect of Miami life. You can visit aviaries, aquariums, marinas, and lots of parks including Bayfront Park, Bicentennial Park, Tropical Park, or Peacock Park.
Miami is nicknamed the "Capital of Latin America" and is the second largest U.S. city with a Spanish-speaking majority. Cuban immigrants also form a large part of the city’s inhabitants.
Virtually all sun lovers in the U.S. and from all corners of the globe make Miami a global vacation destination ensuring a highly cosmopolitan environment. Over the years the Port of Miami, has been known as the "Cruise Capital of the World", connecting with the rest of America as well as the rest of the world.
You will be surprised by the great number of international visitors coming from every different nation, including such locations as South America, Haiti, Jamaica, Cuba, India, China and other parts of Asia.
While studying in Miami expect hot humid summers and hot drier winters. Lows occasionally fall little below 10 °C (50 °F). During the wet season, temperatures range 29-35 °C (80-90°F). Miami has never recorded any snowfall. Hurricane season officially runs from June through November.
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