Universities & Colleges in South Carolina

University City
Clemson University Clemson
University of South Carolina-Columbia Columbia
Wofford College Spartanburg
College of Charleston Charleston
Citadel Military College of South Carolina Charleston
Presbyterian College Clinton
North Greenville University Tigerville
Anderson University Anderson
Charleston Southern University Charleston
Coastal Carolina University Conway
Erskine College Due West
Columbia International University Columbia
Winthrop University Rock Hill
Converse College Spartanburg
Bob Jones University Greenville
Coker College Hartsville
University of South Carolina-Aiken Aiken
Newberry College Newberry
University of South Carolina-Upstate Spartanburg
Lander University Greenwood
Francis Marion University Florence
Columbia College Columbia
Limestone College Gaffney
University of South Carolina-Beaufort Bluffton
Claflin University Orangeburg
South Carolina State University Orangeburg
Furman University Greenville
Morris College Sumter
Sherman College of Straight Chiropractic Spartanburg
University of Phoenix-South Carolina Columbia
Southern Wesleyan University Central
South University-Columbia Columbia
Allen University Columbia
Benedict College Columbia
Lenoir-Rhyne University-Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary Columbia
W L Bonner College Columbia
The Art Institute of Charleston Charleston
Virginia College-Charleston North Charleston
Medical University of South Carolina Charleston
Voorhees College Denmark
Charleston School of Law Charleston

South Carolina

The Atlantic is a potent companion for this east coast state in the USA,which stands 40th in area among the states in the USA and ranks 24th in population. South Carolina with capital at Columbia is more populous than country average and this is due to more living opportunities for people. The state has subtropical climate and at some of the higher places the summer is not so severe and winter quite chilling. With abundant gifts from nature the state has two natural ports in Georgetown and Charleston.

The people
The population of the state is nearly 5 millions and this is above the last count by ~ 1%. Among the population of South Carolina, it is found that 1.3% is Asian.

Cost of living
The cost of living in the American state is much lower than that of the other states in the US. The average salary of South Carolina is nearly $37, 000, 00 while that of the U.S annual salary on an average is ~ $9, 000, 00.

South Carolina is one of the states that doesn't recognize competitive international tests for English and Math and for entry into individual universities there is individual standards and most of them consider the international tests only. The last SAT score for entrance to some of the more prominent universities in South Carolina was 1360. A TOEFL score of 550 for on the paper test and 77 for internet enabled test is considered above cut off mark but not comfortable for admission. Some 20-30 more can do that. For students taking IELTS a score of 6.5 is considered satisfactory but not comfortable. The annual course fee for regular undergraduate courses varies from $ 40000- $50000. The fee is comparatively lower than it is at most of the other states. A living cost of $8000-10000 is to be included in this estimated figure. Most of the other expenses are included in the education cost mentioned.

South Carolina was basically an agriculture dependent state which grew into cattle farming and other professions in the turn of the twentieth century. Presently there are many professions suitable for educated young people. Agriculture in more scientific ways, textile, chemical products and machinery, automobile and automobile dependent companies are some of the main industries in this state. Of the ~1800000 jobs in the non farming sector manufacturing amounts 12%, hospitality 12% and trade 19%. They may be considered the mainstay of these sectors.

The GSP of the state has grown by 75% in the last decade. Though the growth is lesser than many of the other states but still this is quite a respectable growth. The per capita income has taken a beating in the same period of growth. The American economy had grown by miles in that period and so may have dwarfed the spectacular growth rate of South Carolina.

Why South Carolina
The easy labor laws of this state have attracted many domestic and foreign investors to this state. There are in total 1950 foreign companies in South Carolina and one of the companies in this state even rank among the fortune 500.

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