The United States of America has been a global leader in the field of education and boasts of a lion’s share of top ranked universities according to all major international rankings. Few countries offer as many high ranked universities and noble laureate academia, as USA does.

Why Study in USA?

Study in one of the most prestigious higher education systems globally and access some high-end technology and cutting-edge research for an immersive, engaging & collaborative study experience. Choose from an extensive range of schools, numerous study disciplines and niche qualifications that are difficult to find by in other parts of the world and experience a uniquely flexible education system allowing you to apply to a variety of programs suiting your academic & career goals. Graduate with a truly global outlook and real-world skills for the future.

Quick facts

  • USA hosts more than a million international students
  • Over 25% of world’s top 100 universities are in the USA
  • Post-study stay back visas (OPT) up to 3 years for STEM programs
  • Internships (CPT) up to 12 months while studying
  • Merit Based & Need Based Scholarships
  • Over 4500 accredited universities & institutions to choose from
  • 12 of the best student cities in the world (QS Best Student Cities 2023)
  • Opportunities for Research, Teaching & Graduate Assistantships

Cost of Education in USA

Types of ExpensesAnnual Expenses in USD
Tuition Fees for one-year (Indicative)*25000
Living and Accommodation15000
Airfare from India to USA1000
Visa Fees (Visa & SEVIS)510
Total Expenses41510

Cost of Education in USA

Types of Expenses
Tuition Fees for one-year (Indicative)*25000
Living and Accommodation15000
Airfare from India to USA1000
Visa Fees (Visa & SEVIS)510
Total Expenses41510

Careers & Industry Insights

One of the most technologically powerful and dynamic countries, USA is the largest & most dominant economy globally. Sectors that empower this world’s most productive economy include Healthcare, Technology, Construction, Retail, Manufacturing, Finance & Insurance and Real Estate. Top jobs with high remuneration prospects for international students include Medicine, Computer & Information Systems Managers, Architectural & Engineering Managers and Marketing & Financial Managers. Standard of living in the USA is among the highest in the world with high per capita income. This nation performs very well in many measures of well-being such as income & wealth, health status, jobs and earnings, education & skills and environmental quality.

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Study in USA FAQ's

As an international student you may work on campus up to 20 hours/week in the first year of study in US and can apply to work off-campus in the subsequent years only with due permission of the International Student Office under CPT or OPT.

U.S. universities require an English language proficiency test before admission and the test requirements vary depending on the course you apply for. English Language Ability Tests. The most common tests of English language ability are the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), the International English Language Testing System (IELTS), and the Pearson Test of English (PTE).

Undergraduate Level Examinations SAT: A standardized test to evaluate the written, verbal and mathematical skills of the applicants. ACT: To test the student's ability in English, Math, Science, Reading and Writing sections. Graduate-Level Examinations GRE: A standardized test of verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, and analytical writing for graduate-level study. GMAT: A standardized test for MBA applicants and for business programs that measures basic verbal, mathematical, analytical writing and integrated reasoning skills. MCAT: A standardized examination that assesses problem solving, critical thinking, writing skills, and knowledge of science concepts and principles essential for the study of medicine. LSAT: A standardized test to measure the reading and verbal reasoning skills used by the law schools as an assessment factor for admission. DAT: A test to measure general academic ability, comprehension of scientific information, and perceptual ability, used for admission to Dental schools.

STEM (Sciences, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) subjects are mostly opted by international as well as domestic students in the USA. However, Psychology, Business Administration, Education, Economics and Political Science are certain other popular courses.

Scholarships and grants are usually awarded to international students in USA on the basis of merit, need or any other exceptional excellence like proficiency in sports, cultural activities or a remarkable contribution in community service. The scholarships are highly competitive. Many American universities also offer grants for foreign students who wish to study at their institution but these vary substantially from university to university. The Standardized Test scores play a vital role in U.S. universities granting scholarships.

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