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Study in USA:

USA is one of the top student destinations in the world with a range of universities offering quality education and having an excellent international reputation. Studying in the US gives an opportunity to students to compete with the best of brains as well as experience cultural diversity. The United States has more than 5,000 accredited colleges and universities, which offer a wide range of graduate and undergraduate programs. As a matter of fact, 92 of the top 200 universities in the world are based in the USA. It offers a variety of courses and has extremely flexible education system along with high quality of education. Students can enroll in paid internship programs and also avail financial assistance in the form of scholarships and assistantships.


Highlights about USA Universities in the USA offer commendable support facilities to the international students. There are plenty of resources available for the students and the classroom experience is optimized. The education in the USA is up to date with the use of all modern-day gadgets, engaging virtual experiences and web-based classes. The campus life experience is engaging. There are several student clubs and organizations that match a wide array of student interests. To top it all it also offers various scholarships for the students.


Study Expenses The expenses incurred for studying in USA can comprise of tuition fees, living costs and insurance etc. The costs also depend on what degree you are pursuing i.e. bachelors, masters etc. and also varies according to the type of institutes i.e. public or private. The Bachelor’s degree tuition fee can range from $ 15000 to $ 55000 per year. The Master’s degree in USA can range from $ 15000 to $ 30,000 per year. Krishna Consultants provides assistance related to Education Loan which can help you plan your finances.


Living Expenses The living costs in the US vary depending upon the location. The apartment costs range from $ 500 to $ 1,500. In some cases, the rent includes utility costs and in some, it doesn’t. The average costs of utility services are mentioned as follows: - Electricity $150, Gas $10, the Internet $45, Mobile $50 and Groceries $ 20. Other miscellaneous costs may add up to another $ 50. Students should be financially prepared to bear the costs to ensure hassle free stay.


Visa Any international student wanting to study in USA will have to obtain a student visa for USA. The first step towards getting an F1 visa is to get an admission by an SEVP approved school. After you are accepted you need to pay an SEVIS fee and you will be provided with a Form I-20. While applying you have to pay a non-refundable visa application fee. You can schedule your F-1 visa post which you will have to appear for an interview. Based on your interview it will be determined whether you are qualified to receive an F1 visa or not. Once you have provided the necessary documents and met all the requirements of F1 visa, your visa will be approved at the discretion of the consular officer.


Insurance for USA There are various insurance plans for the international students studying in the USA. The insurance plans offer coverage on a monthly basis. It meets and exceeds nearly all school and government requirements. The students who are J1 and F1 visa are automatically eligible for the coverage. It makes sure that you get the health insurance while you study in the US.


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