Study in USA
The US hosts more international students than any other country in the world, a number fast approaching 600,000. In fact, international students comprise approximately 4% of the total undergraduate US University and US college population, and 10% for US graduate school. These international students from every continent in the world choose to study in the US because they believe that a US education would afford them the best preparation for their future. They leave homes, families and friends in order to pursue their dreams of an education in the US. In fact, International students who study in the US contribute more than $13 billion to the US economy!
US universities, US colleges and schools constantly rank very high in world rankings, just one of the reasons to study in the US. Schools such as Harvard University, Stanford University, MIT, Julliard, Berkley School of Music, West Point, are all world famous and welcome international students. The US offers international students the most exciting, rewarding and comprehensive array of study options in the world. International students who choose to study in the US have the Flexibility of having Quality education with unlimited study choices.
One of the most distinctive features of U.S. universities and colleges is the choice of courses within a single institution. More importantly, students can move between one institution and another with relative ease. It is common to complete the first two years of a degree at one institution, usually a community college and then transfer to another.
Furthermore, international students who successfully complete their US study are highly sought-after by employers worldwide. During the duration of your courses the students are permitted to work part-time 20 hours per week and full time during holidays.
US colleges and universities require that all their applicants take one or more standardized tests. These tests include the SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test), ACT test, GRE (Graduate Record Examination), and GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test). Additionally, applicants who are not Americans are required to also take the TOEFL (Test of English as Foreign Language)
The Average tuition cost per year will be around` $25,000.00 to $50,000.00. The cost will vary according the field of study you choose. Please contact our office or contact to get the exact cost of the course of your choice.
Financial aid and Scholarships will be available as per the individual's needs and education merits
The expenses including Accommodation, food clothing, entertainment, and telephone bills will vary. This will vary depending on the city you choose to live and on your personal lifestyle; therefore, it is difficult to provide an estimate.
U.S. higher education starts with undergraduate courses. You can earn either a two-year associate's degree or a four-year bachelor's degree. Students often earn an associate's degree first, and then study two more years to gain a bachelor's (or baccalaureate) degree. Usually, a bachelor's degree will be awarded by a university, whereas an associate's degree may be earned either at a community college or university.
Undergraduate degrees (and some master's degrees) are awarded after a student completes a pre-determined number of courses. A student is awarded credits for the courses he or she takes, and the degree is complete when the student completes the required number of credits. This means that although most students complete bachelor's degrees in four years, some spend longer if they take part-time classes or take time off from school.
Graduate degrees, often known as master's degrees, require at least two years at a university. These are often termed "advanced professional degrees," as they tend to be aimed at specific professions. Graduate degrees are career-advancing degrees in subjects such as medicine, law, and management. For example, a Master's in Business Administration (MBA) is the standard business graduate degree. Doctorates (PhDs) usually take four years to complete, and are research-based.
Most of the US universities have 4 intakes. But the main intake is the fall which is in September. Universities are open for spring and few of them for summer & winter intakes too. However all subjects commence in fall and only some in winter and summer.
It is advisable to start the preparation for your admission at least one year before but no later than 6 months before course start date.