Study in USA

USA has the world's largest international student population, with over 800,000 students choosing to broaden their education and life experience in the United States. Nearly 4% of all students enrolled in higher-level education in the USA are international students, and the numbers are growing.

Amongst the top ranking colleges world-wide, majority of them are in USA. These colleges and universities rank high in world rankings because of their infrastructure, technological advancement and top quality of education provided by them.

The education definitely falls in the category of value for your money. A wide spectrum of tuition fees, accommodation options & financial help from the institutions in the form of scholarships, fee waivers, aid etc makes USA education affordable.

The best approach of the USA education system, is that it allows one to learn and earn. This not only gives one, a thorough knowledge of the subjects, but also teaches one to have a practical & professional approach. It gives better growth prospects worldwide.

Eligibility: Compared to other countries, admission procedures of US universities, schools, colleges and institutes are highly competitive for international students. The procedure is even more competitive in the top educational institutes.

The academic requirements are as under:

  • For undergraduate programs a student should have completed 10 + 2.
  • For Graduate programs the students must have completed 16 years of education.
  • Some institutes accept 15 years of formal education into their Bridge or Masters program.
  • The student must have good scores in entrance exams like SAT, GRE, GMAT, etc...
  • The student should secure good score in language proficiency tests TOEFL or IELTS.
  • Strong recommendation letters and Certificate of achievement and extra curricular activity participation proof.
  • The Statement Of Purpose (SOP).
  • These eligibility parameters are what institutes in USA consider before admitting a student in a course.

The tuition fees for studying at US institutions vary widely between the states, the different types of institutions and the course of study. Tuition fees will be the greatest expense to consider when studying in the states and it may affect the choice of institution. These are approximate figures:

  • Community colleges $5,000 per year
  • Colleges $11,000 per year
  • Universities $15,000 per year
  • Living costs and rent will vary depending on the type of accommodation the student opts for.