Study in the USA

Studying in the USA can be a great opportunity for international students. The USA has a world-renowned education system. It also offers a diverse and multicultural environment, with students from all over the worldLiving in the USA can be a great opportunity for international students. The USA has a world-renowned education system. It also offers a diverse and multicultural environment, with students from all over the world.

Why Study in USA

Benefits

World class education

Research and training opportunities

For STEM programs, (OPT 2 to 3 years)

Work part – time while study

Internships (CPT) up to 12 months while studying

Scholarships Applicable

Popular Universities

University of California Berkeley Extension

QS Ranking 10

University of Wisconsin–Madison Division of Continuing Studies

QS Ranking 102 ​

Arizona State university

QS Ranking 179 ​

(INTO) University of Arizona

QS Ranking 285​

Indiana University of Pennsylvania,
Colorado State University
Washington State University
(Shore light) University of Utah
(Kaplan) University of Connecticut
University of Delaware

Other Institution

Montana State University
Marquette University
The University of Memphis
University of Kansas
The University of Memphis
University of New Mexico
University of North Texas
University of New Hampshire
University of Nevada
(Shore light) University of South Carolina
(INTO) George Mason University
Drexel University
Georgia State University
Florida International University, Florida
University of Cincinnati

Cost of Education

UG :

Tuition fees :
US$ 13,000 to US$ 60,000 per Year

Cost of Living :

US$ 15,000 per year

PG :

Tuition fees :
US$ 13,000 to US$ 60,000 per Year

Visa Charge :

US$ 535

Flight Fare:

US$ 1000

FAQs

This varies by university but typically includes transcripts, standardized test scores, essays, recommendation letters, and proof of English proficiency (TOEFL/IELTS).

When it comes to higher education in the USA, certain fields have consistently captured the attention of both international and domestic students. Unsurprisingly, STEM (Sciences, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) subjects have emerged as top choices due to their growing demand and promising career prospects. However, the academic landscape is diverse, and several other fields have garnered significant interest from students seeking to carve a successful path for themselves.

As an international student in the US, you have the opportunity to work on campus for up to 20 hours per week during your first year of study. In the following years, you can apply to work off-campus with the permission of the International Student Office under CPT or OPT programs.

Undergraduate Level Examinations:

  • SAT (Scholastic Assessment Test): An evaluation of applicants’ written, verbal, and mathematical skills.
  • ACT (American College Testing): Assesses students in English, Math, Science, Reading, and Writing sections.

Graduate-Level Examinations: 

  • GRE (Graduate Record Examination): A comprehensive test of verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, and analytical writing for graduate-level study.
  • GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test): Designed for MBA applicants and business programs, measures basic verbal, mathematical, analytical writing, and integrated reasoning skills.

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