Study in United State of America

ABOUT USA



The U.S. is a country of 50 states covering a vast swath of North America, with Alaska in the extreme Northwest and Hawaii extending the nation’s presence into the Pacific Ocean. Major cities include New York, a global finance and culture center, and Washington, DC, the capital, both on the Atlantic Coast; Los Angeles, famed for filmmaking, on the Pacific Coast; and the Midwestern metropolis Chicago.

Capital: Washington, D.C.
Dialing code: +1
Founded: July 4, 1776
President:
Population: 318.9 million (2014)
States: California, Hawaii, Florida, Texas,Massachusetts

The U.S. is a pioneer and leading country in the world for education and technology. Its education recognized worldwide. It has one of the world’s finest university systems, with outstanding programs in virtually all fields. A majority of the world’s top ranking colleges call USA home. These colleges and universities rank high in world rankings because of their infrastructure, technological advancements and top quality of education provided by them.

The US has more than 3000 colleges and university institutions where nearly 6 million International students study in different courses for various programs.

Because the US attracts talent, and the best brains from all over the world, people with a hunger to learn, enjoy the US as a study destination. Because there are no cultural boundaries, people are also fortunate enough to learn about different cultures of the world, as they find communities from different sections of the society within the campus. USA is a leader in technology. This simply translates into an advantage, which gives the students who study here, an edge over others, in real life. Hence a US degree is beneficial in several aspects and preferred over others.

In the 20th and 21st centuries the U.S. has become the magnet for hundreds of thousands of bright, ambitious students around the world. The U.S. is the preferred destination for Indian students because U.S. higher educational institutions offer: academic excellence, cutting-edge technology, extensive support services for international students, generous funding opportunities, wide variety of educational options, flexible curricula and hands-on training (OPT and CPT).

WHY STUDY IN USA

Every year, the number of international students in the US rises as more and more students choose the Unites States as the place they wanted to broaden their experience and continue their education. In fact, the US is now the most popular country for international students. Why do so many international students choose U.S. colleges and universities?

Academic Excellence

The United States has one of the world’s finest university systems, with outstanding programs in virtually all fields. At the undergraduate level, excellent programs exist in traditional disciplines, as well as in professional fields. At the graduate level, students have the opportunity to work directly with some of the finest minds in their field of study, with the chance to become involved with exclusive research and educational opportunities. U.S. degrees are recognized throughout the world for their excellence.

Variety of Educational Opportunities

The United States is home to several thousand colleges and universities, boasting at least ten times as many campuses as in any other country. As a result, the higher education system in the U.S. has something for everyone. Some U.S. colleges and universities stress broad educational principles; others emphasize practical, employment-related skills; and still others specialize in the arts, social sciences or technical fields. This means that no matter what you plan on studying, you will have a wide variety of programs in yourparticular field from which to choose.

Cutting-Edge Technology

Universities in the U.S. pride themselves on being at the forefront of technology, research and techniques, and in making the best possible equipment and resources available to their students. Even if your field does not directly involve science or engineering, you will have opportunities to become skilled in using the latest technology to conduct research, as well as obtain and process information. You will find ways to stay connected with researchers, teachers and experts in your field all over the world.

Opportunity for Research, Teaching and Training

You may be able to gain valuable experience through teaching and/or research while you help to finance your education in the U.S., particularly if you are a graduate student. Many graduate programs offer training and teaching opportunities that enable students to become teaching assistants to undergraduates and/or research assistants on special projects exploring different aspects of your field of study. International students are some of the most valued teachers and researchers in U.S. universities because they bring new skills and ideas to the classroom and library or laboratory. This practical component of your education will prove useful in your future career, and may give you insights into your field that would not be possible through course study alone.

Flexibility

Although many programs are highly structured in that specific coursework requirements must be met, you will generally be able to find a wide variety of course choices to meet those requirements. For example, liberal arts coursework for an undergraduate program will include classes in languages and mathematics, but you will be given a wide variety of classes which fit those requirements, and the freedom to decide which classes best match your interests.

At the advanced stages of a degree, or if you are pursuing a graduate degree, you will be able to tailor your coursework to fit your specific academic goals, needs and interests. When you choose topics for independent study for a graduate thesis or dissertation, you can emphasize ideas that are important to you, your field and your country. Support Services for International Students

Studying in the United States is a rewarding experience, but navigating your way through day-to-day issues can be a challenge. Many international students find that the college and university international student office is a great resource when it comes to adapting to a culturally and academically different environment. The mission of the international student office is to assist students like you, and there is often a wide range of student services that they provide

An orientation program upon your arrival is just the start of the many programs and benefits of the university international student office - throughout your time in the U.S., they can help answer questions you may have regarding your visa status, financial situation, housing, employment possibilities, health concerns and more. If you choose to complete your degree in the United States, this office often provides resume and employment assistance as graduation nears. The international student office will be an invaluable source of information and help as you make the transition into academic and cultural life in the United States.

Global Education and Long-Term Career Prospects

Experience in an international setting is a marketable commodity. Many employers seek the wide range of knowledge, adaptability and experience that international students acquire by studying in the United States. Companies in the U.S. are increasingly seeking to become a strong presence in the global marketplace. They often look to hire employees who not only have multi-cultural language skills, but those who can also help communicate, negotiate and conduct business across different cultures.

The United States is not the only country seeking strong candidates when hiring; international students are in high demand elsewhere, as well. In recent years, international companies have become much more proactive in recruiting from the pool of strong international student graduates. Your long-term career prospects can be enhanced by your experiences through the development of self-confidence, independence and cross-cultural skills - attributes which are in high demand with employers worldwide.

Campus Life Experience

When you continue your studies in the U.S., you are making a choice to broaden not only your educational opportunities, but your cultural experience, as well. Whether you attend a small, private college in a small town or a university situated in the middle of a large urban area, most universities offer a variety of student clubs and organizations to match the wide array of student interests. You can have the opportunity to immerse yourself in American culture, meeting new people and making new friends, through different organizations and associations. International students often find that the international student office is a good starting point for campus offerings, as well as the campus student center. Your time studying abroad can be enriched by taking part in the social and cultural scene surrounding you, and you will likely find that U.S. campuses provide a rich variety academic, cultural and athletic activities that add new dimensions to your life.

If you are looking to study in the USA, check out our USA School Search where you can pick your criteria and find the perfect school that meets your unique preferences.

USA EDUCATION SYSTEM

One of the most attractive features of the U.S. higher education system is the flexibility it provides through the number and diversity of institution types it encompasses.

This diversity offers students options to specialize in a variety of academic disciplines and even gain employment training. More than 4,500 accredited institutions make up U.S. higher education in the United States. Unlike many countries, U.S. higher education institutions are not centrally organized or managed, but are accredited on a national or regional level by independent accrediting bodies. A variety of institution types offer higher-education degrees. Liberal arts institutions, for example, offer courses in the arts, humanities, languages, and social and physical sciences. The majority of liberal arts institutions are private. Private colleges and universities are funded by a combination of endowments, gifts from alumni, research grants, and tuition fees. Private colleges and universities are usually smaller than public institutions and can have a religious affiliation or be single-sex schools.

Community colleges are another option and provide two-year associate degree programs to prepare students to continue studies for an undergraduate degree or help them gain occupational skills for immediate employment. State colleges and universities, also called "public universities," were founded and subsidized by U.S. state governments to provide a low-cost education to residents of that state. Public universities generally offer access to research opportunities and classes in a wide variety of fields of study. These universities tend to be very large and generally admit a wider range of students than private universities. Each student's interests will guide his/her choice among the many possibilities.

Regardless of the institution type, in the United States, students typically earn credits for courses they take and these credits count towards the completion of a program. Courses are often divided into "core" subject areas to provide the foundation of the degree program and "major" courses to provide specialization in a subject area. Students can also take "elective" courses to explore other topics of interest for a well-rounded educational experience.

The U.S. academic calendar typically runs from September to May and can be divided into two academic terms of 16-18 weeks known as semesters. Alternatively, some schools may operate on a quarter or trimester system of multiple terms of 10-12 weeks.

With the variety of available U.S. higher education options, students are sure to find the right fit for their academic, financial, and personal needs.

DURATION OF COURSE

The US has some of the finest colleges in the world that utilize traditional methods and cutting edge technology to impart knowledge to students. Universities in the USA offer countless options when it comes to quality higher education. Some of the courses available are:

  • Associate Degree (2 years)
  • Bachelor’s Degree (4 years)
  • Master’s Degree (2 years)
  • Doctorate Degree (3 to 6 years)

There are about 3500 universities in USA that offer the widest choice of over 1000 courses from any field under the sun. 90% of world’s Nobel Laureates teach in US Universities. We carry the space with you

The US has the largest number of universities in the world and currently has seven out of the top ten in the THES-QS World University Rankings - Harvard, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Yale, Stanford, CalTech, Berkeley and Princeton. In total there are literally hundreds of public and private higher education establishments offering a range of courses that you could barely imagine.

EDUCATION REQUIREMENT

Each university would have its own general eligibility criteria, as well as specific academic qualifications that applicants must possess. Students must also provide proof of their proficiency in the English by providing their IELTS or TOEFL scores.

Other test scores that may be required for specialized courses are listed below:

  • GRE (Graduate Record Examination) for graduate degrees
  • SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) for bachelor’s degrees
  • GMAT (Graduate Management Aptitude Test) for MBA and other management courses
  • LSAT (Law School Admission Test) for law degrees
  • MCAT (Medical College Admission Test) for medical courses

COST OF EDUCATION

The cost of studying in the United States is a bit on the higher end. Private universities charge relatively more than community colleges that are funded by the state. But even public universities do charge students who’ve applied to study from out of state. The annual tuition costs for studying in the US starts at 8 lakh rupees.

Cost of Education 7000 to 15,000 USD Per Annum

On the bright side, the US does offer a wide selection of merit based scholarships to students who have a stellar academic record. Students who’ve received scholarships are expected to maintain a high GPA and be involved in various academic and extra-curricular activities within the university. Students will have to budget for additional expenses such as books, supplies, food and accommodation.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

The academic year in American universities usually begins in August each year, but some colleges also accept fresh intakes in the month of January. Each university would have its own admission standards, so students have to verify all the intricate details before sending out their application forms.

Here’s a generic overview of the application procedure in US universities:

  • Meet with one of our education consultants and narrow down the courses and universities that meet the student’s needs.
  • Check out each university’s requirements and prepare the application forms accordingly.
  • Some colleges may require students to send a personal essay and a few letters of recommendation.
  • Send the application to the university along with all the required documents.
  • Once the offer letter is received, reply with a confirmation, and proceed to apply for a student visa.
  • Get relevant visa documents in order, including financial proof and intent to return back to the home country.
  • Schedule and attend the visa interview.
  • Once the visa has been approved, coordinate with the university and plan the travel and accommodation details.

WORK RIGHTS

The USA gives international students to undertake Curricular Practical Training (CPT). This authorizes them to train in the relevant industries or work as a paid intern. Students can work part-time (less than 20 hours per week) or full-time (more than 20 hours per week) and earn a living in US dollars. This work might also be considered as work experience in their relevant fields.

CPT work study programs give students sufficient support to acquire paid jobs either on campus or off campus, based on their course and how long they’ve been studying in the US. Universities are also flexible with their courses, so students can schedule their classes around their work timings and vice versa. Having an American degree also boosts the chances of students to secure a job in their field after education, as long as they meet all eligibility criteria.

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01) INTO - George Mason University, Fairfax County, Virginiawww.gmu.edu
02) INTO - Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregonwww.oregonstate.edu
03) INTO - Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Coloradowww.colostate.edu
04) INTO - University of South Florida, Tampa, Floridawww.usf.edu
05) INTO - Saint Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri (UG Pathway)www.slu.edu
06) INTO- University of Alabama at Birmingham (UG and PG Pathway)www.uab.edu
07) Ohio University, Athens, Ohiowww.ohio.edu
08) University of Albany, The State University of New York, Albany (SUNY Albany)www.albany.edu
09) University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee (Only UG)www.utk.edu
10) University of Colorado Denver, Coloradowww.ucdenver.edu
11) University of Cincinnati, Ohiowww.uc.edu
12) Kaplan - Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts (Global Pathway Programs & College of Professional Studies)www.kaplaninternational.com
13) Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, Californiawww.cgu.edu
14) Brandeis International Business School (IBS), Waltham, Massachusettswww.brandeis.edu
15) Auburn University, Alabamawww.auburn.edu
16) Graduate School at UMBC, University of Maryland, Baltimore Countywww.gradschool.umbc.edu
17) University of the Pacific, Stockton, Californiawww.pacific.edu
18) University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas (Only UG)www.ku.edu
19) University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina (Only UG)www.sc.edu
20) Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana (Only UG)www.lsu.edu
21) Adelphi University, Garden City, New York (only UG)www.adelphi.edu
22) American University Washington D.C. (Only UG)www.american.edu
23) The University of Nebraska-Lincolnwww.unl.edu
24) Navitas- University of Massachusetts, Lowell, Massachusetts (UG/PG Pathway)www.uml.edu
25) Navitas- University of Massachusetts, Darthmouth, Massachusetts (UG/PG Pathway)www.umassd.edu
26) Navitas- University of Massachusetts, Boston, Massachusetts (UG/PG Pathway)www.umb.edu
27) University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida (Only UG)www.ucf.edu
28) University of Idaho, Moscow, Idahowww.uidaho.edu
29) San Jose State University, San Jose, Californiawww.sjsu.edu
30) San Francisco State University, San Francisco, Californiawww.sfsu.edu
31) University of St. Thomas, Saint Paul, Minnesotawww.stthomas.edu
32) Kent State University, Kent, Ohiowww.kent.edu
33) The State University of New York at New Paltz (SUNY New Paltz)www.newpaltz.edu
34) Montana State University, Bozeman, Montanawww.montana.edu
35) Wright State University, Dayton, Ohiowww.wright.edu
36) Wichita State University, Wichita, Kansaswww.wichita.edu
37) Gannon University, Erie, Pennsylvaniawww.gannon.edu
38) Tennessee Tech University, Tennesseewww.tntech.edu
39) University of Nevada, Renowww.unr.edu
40) University of New Mexico, Albuquerquewww.unm.edu
41) Auburn University at Montgomery, Alabamawww.aum.edu
42) Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, Arkansaswww.astate.edu
43) Long Island University, Brooklynwww.liu.edu
44) Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizonawww.nau.edu
45) University of North Texas, Denton, Texaswww.unt.edu
46) Florida International University, Miami, Florida (All UG Programs, Graduate Chapman School of Business)www.fiu.edu
47) Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, Texaswww.mwsu.edu
48) West Texas A & M University, Canyon, Texaswww.wtamu.edu
49) Texas A & M University, Corpus Christi, Texaswww.tamucc.edu
50) Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau, Missouriwww.semo.edu
51) University of Missouri-St. Louis (UMSL), Missouriwww.umsl.edu
52) University of Southern Maine, Maineusm.maine.edu
53) Youngstown State University of Youngstown, Ohiowww.ysu.edu
54) California State University, Fresnowww.fresnostate.edu
55) Roosevelt University, Illinoiswww.roosevelt.edu
56) University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermontwww.uvm.edu
57) California State University, East Baywww.csueastbay.edu
58) California State University, Channel Islandswww.csuci.edu
59) California State University, Dominguez Hillswww.csudh.edu
60) California State University, San Bernardinowww.csusb.edu
61) Humboldt State University, Arcata, Californiawww.humboldt.edu
62) Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, Kentuckywww.wku.edu
63) University of New Haven, West Haven, Connecticutwww.newhaven.edu
64) Mercer University, Macon, Georgiawww.mercer.edu
65) Kaplan - Pace University, New York City (Global Pathway Programs)global-pathways.com/university-programs/pace
66) Long Island University, Post, New Yorkwww.liu.edu/post
67) Widener University, Pennsylvaniawww.widener.edu
68) Murray State University,Murray, Kentuckywww.murraystate.edu
69) Kaplan - Quinnipiac University, Connecticutwww.quinnipiac.edu
70) Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, Kansaswww.pittstate.edu
71) Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville, Missouriwww.nwmissouri.edu
72) California Lutheran University, Thousand Oaks, California ( School of Management)www.callutheran.edu
73) Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, Washingtonwww.plu.edu
74) Slippery Rock University, Slippery Rock, Pennsylvaniawww.sru.edu
75) Navitas- University of New Hampshire, Durham, New Hampshire (UG Pathway)www.unh.edu
76) Navitas- Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida (UG /PG Pathway)www.fau.edu
77) New York Institute of Technology, New Yorkwww.nyit.edu
78) Rider University, Lawrence Township, New Jerseywww.rider.edu
79) Atlantis University, Miami, Floridawww.atlantisuniversity.edu
80) Marist College, Poughkeepsie, New Yorkwww.marist.edu
81) Regis College, Weston, Massachusettswww.regiscollege.edu
82) Metropolitan College of New York, New York City, New Yorkwww.metropolitan.edu
83) Saginaw Valley State University, University Center, Michiganwww.svsu.edu
84) Lawrence Technological University, Michiganwww.ltu.edu
85) Trine University, Angola, Indianawww.trine.edu
86) Golden Gate University, San Francisco, Californiawww.ggu.edu
87) University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, Connecticutwww.bridgeport.edu
88) University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, Wisconsinwww.uwec.edu
89) University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, Wisconsinwww.uwlax.edu
90) State University of New York at Brockport (SUNY Brockport)www.brockport.edu
91) DeVry University, Downers Grove, Illinoiswww.devry.edu
92) New England College, Henniker, New Hampshirewww.nec.edu
93) Hult International Business School Boston, San Francisco campuswww.hult.edu
94) DeVry University, Keller Graduate School of Management, Downers Grove, Illinoiswww.keller.edu
95) Saint Mary University of Minnesota, Winonawww.smumn.edu
96) Schiller International university, Largo, Floridawww.schiller.edu
97) National University, San Diego, Californiawww.nu.edu
98) Concordia University Chicago, River Forest, Illinoiswww.cuchicago.edu
99) University of St. Francis, Joliet, Illinoiswww.stfrancis.edu
O100) University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, Belton, Texaswww.umhb.edu
O101) Millikin University, Decatur, Illinois (only PG)www.millikin.edu
O102) Mississippi College, Clinton, Mississippiwww.mc.edu
O103) INTO - Marshall University Huntington, West Virginiawww.marshall.edu
O104) INTO - Drew University, Madison, New Jersey (Only UG)www.drew.edu
O105) Troy University, Troy, Alabamawww.troy.edu
O106) Northwestern Polytechnic University, Fremont, Californiawww.npu.edu
O107) Norte Dame De Namur University, Belmont, Californiawww.ndnu.edu
O108) Dallas Baptist University, Dallas, Texaswww.dbu.edu
O109) Oklahoma City University, Oklahoma City, Oklahomawww.okcu.edu
O110) The University of Findlay, Findlay, Ohiowww.findlay.edu
O111) Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design (RMCAD)www.rmcad.edu
O112) Southern New Hampshire University, Manchester, New Hampshirewww.snhu.edu
O113) Western New England University, Springfield, Massachusettswww.wne.edu
O114) Rivier Universitywww.rivier.edu
O115) Northwood University, Midland, Michiganwww.northwood.edu
O116) St. Thomas University, Miami Gardens, Floridawww.stu.edu
O117) New England Institute of Technology, Warwick, Rhode Islandwww.neit.edu
O118) Colby Sawyer College, New London, New Hampshirewww.colby-sawyer.edu
O119) Monroe College, Bronx, New Yorkwww.monroecollege.edu
O120) The City College of New Yorkwww.ccny.cuny.edu
O121) University of California Irvine, Extension, Californiawww.unex.uci.edu
O122) Academy of Art University, San Francisco, Californiawww.academyart.edu
O123) Full Sail University, Winter Park, Floridawww.fullsail.edu
O124) Cleary University, Howell, Michiganwww.cleary.edu
O125) New York Film Academy, New York Citywww.nyfa.edu
O126) Upper Iowa University,Fayette, Iowawww.uiu.edu
O127) City University of Seattle, Seattle Washingtonwww.cityu.edu
O128) Stevens Henager College, Salt Lake, Utah (Work- Study Option)www.stevenshenager.edu
O129) Seattle Central Community College, Seattle, Washingtonwww.seattlecentral.edu
O130) Shoreline Community College, Washingtonwww.shoreline.edu
O131) Kaplan - Merrimack College, North Andover, Massachusettswww.merrimack.edu
O132) Fisher College,Boston, Massachusettswww.fisher.edu
O133) Finlandia University, Hancock, Michigan (UG)www.finlandia.edu
O134) James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia (Only UG)www.jmu.edu
O135) Wittenberg University, Springfield, Ohiowww.wittenberg.edu
O136) Transylvania University, Lexington, Kentuckywww.transy.edu
O137) Bellevue College, Washingtonwww.bellevuecollege.edu
O138) St. Thomas Aquinas College, Sparkill, New Yorkwww.stac.edu
O139) Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas (ELI Programs at UG Level)www.shsu.edu
O140) American Honors, Washington, D.C (National Transfer Network)www.americanhonors.org
O141) Bridge Education leading to Chadron State College (CSC)www.bridge.edu/bridgepathways/Chadron-State-College
O142) Bridge Education leading to Colorado Mesa Universitywww.bridge.edu/bridgepathways/Colorado-Mesa-University
O143) Bridge Education leading to Husson Universitywww.bridge.edu/bridgepathways/Husson-University
O144) Bridge Education leading to Manhattanville Collegewww.bridge.edu/bridgepathways/Manhattanville-College
O145) Bridge Education leading to Philadelphia Universitywww.bridge.edu/bridgepathways/Philadelphia-University
O146) Bridge Education leading to Western New England Universitywww.bridge.edu/bridgepathways/Western-New-England-University
O147) On Campus Boston in partnership with Wheelock Collegewww.oncampus.global/usa/oncampus-boston.htm
O148) ON CAMPUS California State Monterey Baywww.oncampus.global/usa/oncampus-cal-state.htm
O149) On Campus SUNY in partnership with Morrisville State Collegewww.oncampus.global/usa/oncampus-texas.htm
O150) On Campus Texas at University of North Texaswww.oncampus.global/usa/oncampus-texas.htm
O151) Long Island Business Institute (LIBI), Flushing, NYwww.libi.edu
O152) Green River Community Collegewww.greenriver.edu
O153) San Mateo College of Silicon Valley, San Mateo, Californiawww.smccd.edu
O154) ASA College, New York, Brooklynwww.asa.edu
O155) California Flight Center, Long Beach, Californiawww.cfclgb.com
O156) Sappo School (K-12 College Preparatory Private School)www.sapposchool.com
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