American school system
The American University is a four-year institution that adopts a credit system. Students can earn a designated credit after completing a subject and passing the exam. Students can graduate 120 to 130 credits and complete university courses in as early as three years. However, most students will complete the university in 4 years.
Another feature of the U.S. education system is the possession of community colleges. Community college tuition is more outstanding than the traditional university economy. The quality of teaching is also outstanding. Upon completion of the community college, an associate degree can be awarded for transfer to the third year of a bachelor's degree in American university.