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Study in USA

The number of students migrating to U.S.A has been rising exponentially over the past few decades. The U.S is an attractive study destination for students who wish to study in highly sophisticated and motivated educational environments. It is affordable as they provide various kinds of scholarships to students and also provides educational loans. The U.S degree is recognized all over the world. Students also have the facility to work in the institutions during the course thus providing financial assistance for their student life.

The U.S has one of the best university systems with a variety of courses in almost all fields of study. Students can even work with high professionals and also get involved in deep research work. They also provide the best facilities updated with latest technologies and students can also develop other skills besides the area of their expertise. The system is highly flexible and gives the freedom to student to select their subjects that would help them achieve their goal. Students can also get to indulge with various cultures while at the university. American universities usually have two intakes, namely fall and spring. A fall semester starts in September and ends in December, while the spring semester begins in January and ends in May.


Undergraduate students will be tested based on English proficiency. The various tests are:



Post graduate students will be tested based on management/technical fields and also English proficiency. The various tests are





  • Highest-ranked universities in the world: The USA has an established, high-quality tertiary education system.
  • Commitment to Excellence: They provide excellent education with small class sizes with quality educated imparted to students by expertly trained faculty. This quality education is thereby upheld year after year and the degrees that students attained in the US are widely accepted.
  • Brilliant Scope for Research
  • You can work along with your studies.
  • Academic Flexibility: Enables you to select your choice of subject from a variety of topics. Some of the courses are offered multiple times during the academic year. You have the flexibility to choose which timing you want to take up.
  • Financial Support: Most universities offer its students grants, loans and stipends. University assistantship is provided on the basis of merit.
  • Lucrative Job Opportunities: You can stay- back and work for one year and work in the field related to your area of study. Once your employer grants your H1-B, you are allowed to work in the US without returning to your home country

Higher Education also referred to as post-secondary education, third stage, third level, or tertiary education. These may be in public universities, private universities, liberal arts colleges, or community colleges.

Strong research and funding have helped make American colleges and universities among the world's most prestigious, making them particularly attractive to international students, professors and researchers in the pursuit of academic excellence

The U.S. higher education system is characterized by accessibility, diversity, and autonomy and is known for both its size and quality.

Six regional accreditation associations set minimum standards for institutions chartered in the states of their respective jurisdictions.

There are two intakes for universities in the US-the fall season intake (September) and the winter intake (January). International students who wish to study in the US need to apply with the following procedure

  • Apply online with an application fee which can be paid online itself or through check or money order.
  • All transcripts from the previous institutions must be submitted
  • International students whose native language is not English need to attend IELTS/TOEFL tests. The minimum TOEFL score needed in order to be considered for admission is 75 on the IBT (internet-based TOEFL). The minimum IELTS score needed in order to be considered for admission is 5.5 on the IELTS), but preference is given to students with 6.0 and higher. International applicants who speak English natively must submit either SAT or ACT scores.

Non-resident aliens who need an I-20 form in order to obtain an F 1 visa to enter and study in the United States must send a copy of their passport and a financial statement to the Office of International Education and Development. The financial statement must include the following:

  • a balance in US dollars of at least $33,016.00;
  • the applicant's name and his or her parents' or sponsors' names (whoever is providing the funding);
  • an original signature of a bank official (the statement may not be a printout of an online statement);
  • it must be on bank letterhead and include the official stamp or seal of the bank
  • it must be in the student's name or accompanied by an affidavit of support

The application process for US colleges and universities can be extensive and confusing, and many international students are intimidated by the number of steps required

  • Choose the schools to which you will apply
  • Obtain all necessary information and forms for each school
  • Take required entrance exams
  • Identify your references and supply them with required reference forms
  • Request transcripts from your school/s
  • Write your application essay
  • Line up all required financing
  • Apply for your student visa
  • Research health insurance options for your time abroad
  • Make travel arrangements for when you arrive in the U.S.

Most U.S. colleges and universities require that you take one or more standardized admissions tests in order to gain entrance into their programs. SAT, ACT, GRE, MCAT, LSAT, TOEFL, and IELTS.

  • Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT)
  • Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)
  • American College Testing (ACT)
  • Graduate Record Examinations (GRE)
  • Graduate Management Admissions Tests (GMAT)

Both the tuition costs to study in the USA and living costs vary considerably between different universities/colleges, educations and cities. Tuition is usually between $5,000 and $50,000 per year. Costs for food and living are normally between $5,000 and $11,000 dollars per year.

In the USA, tuition fee largely depends on whether you plan to study at a Public or Private Institution Estimated tuition fee (per year):

  • Private Institution: $15000 to $30000 per year. At some Universities, it could go beyond $ 40000 per year
  • Public Institution: $10000 to $20000 per year
  • Community College: $8000 to $12000 per year

Estimated Living Cost: $10000 to $12000 (per year). An average of $700 to $1000 per month should be considered as safe

Please find below a range of costs that have been considered while estimating the above listed living expenses:

  • Books and study materials will cost $500 to $1000 approximately per academic year
  • Travel costs within the US will be between $300 and $700 approximately
  • Room and Board will cost between $3000 and $7500 approximately per year. Allow an additional $1000 to $2000 for vacation periods when the dormitory might be closed
  • If you will be living off campus, the cost of renting an apartment will be between $300 and $600 a month, but could be much higher contingent on the location of the school. Meals should cost about $2500 a year.
  • Personal expenses will cost around $2000 approximately per year

University Type Average Tuition Fees (annual in U.S. Dollars)
Private Institutions (High Cost) $ 35,000
Private Institutions (Low Cost) $ 18,000
State Institutions (High Cost) $ 25,000
State Institutions (Low Cost) $ 12,000

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