The liberal arts curriculum allows students to take classes in multiple fields of study and they don't need to choose their major until their second year ensuring more decision time.
Salaries for US university graduates tend to be much higher than those in the UK. For example, Princeton graduates earn an average of $90,700 (£66,490) whereas the average salary of an Oxford Business graduate is £41,500.
US universities have thousands of societies and clubs for students to be a part of and enrich their college experience. Many universities compete in national and international sporting competitions like the Olympics. For example, Stanford has won 270 Olympic medals!
Most top US universities have a strong undergraduate focus and therefore students get 1-1 time with their professors that in the UK are reserved for post-graduate students.