Study In USA

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Capital

Washington dc

Population

Population

333 Million

Language

Language

English

International student

International Student

1.1 Mn

GDP

GDP

$22.675 Trillion

Dialing

Dialing Code

1

Currency

Currency

US Dollar

Degree

Universities

3982

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Admission Requirements

Passport

Copy of a valid passport

Fund

Evidence of funds

Paper

Academic Transcripts (GPA 3 upward)

Paper

GMAT/GRE scores for PG programs

English Language Proficiency TOEFL/IELTS/C1 Advanced scores

CV

CV/Resume/Essays

Letters of Recommendation

Letters of Recommendation

Statement of Purpose

Statement of Purpose (SOP)

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Admission Timeline

How to Apply

To apply for an undergraduate program you have to directly submit your application through the websites of each university.

Cost Estimate

$24,000 to $32,000 per year

Popular Programs

Engineering

Business

Psychology

Maths and Computer Sciences

Social Science

Physical and Life Sciences

Popular Universities

How to Apply

To apply for a graduate program you have to directly submit the application through online or offline modes.

Cost Estimate

$30,000 to $35,000 per year

Popular Programs

Engineering

Business

Psychology

Maths and Computer Sciences

Social Science

Physical and Life Sciences

Nutrition

Popular Universities

How to Apply

To apply for a MBA program applications are submitted directly to the university.

Cost Estimate

$60,000- $48,000 per year

Popular Programs

Engineering

Business

Psychology

Maths and Computer Sciences

Social Science

Physical and Life Sciences

Nutrition

Entrepreneurship

Popular Universities

Visa Options

F1

Type - Study
You get to stay in the US for 1 year after completion of your course on an F1 visa. For students studying STEM courses, a new rule allows a 24-month extension, which means you can continue to stay in the US up to 3 years.

M-1

Type - Study
An M-1 Visa is meant for non-academic or vocational study or training in the US. Stay back period is actually equal to the duration of course in which you get enrolled, with an additional grace period of 1 month. The visa can be extended for another 2 years, to a maximum total period of 3 years, if this time is required to complete the course.

J-1

Type - Study
The J-1 visa is for people who wish to take part in work-and-study-based exchange and visitor programs in the U.S. These programs are sponsored by an educational or other nonprofit institution, which must be accredited through the Exchange Visitor Program designated by the U.S. State Department. Candidates are given a grace period of 1 month to prepare for their return to their home country.

H1B

Type - Work
H-1B is an employment based, non-immigrant visa for temporary workers in America. It is an employer sponsored visa i.e. an employer must offer a job and petition for your H-1B visa with US immigration department.

Cost Of Living

Cost Meter

Monthly Expense

Home

Rent

$600 - $1000

Food

Food

$350 - $500

Transport

Transport

$500 - $1000

Miscellaneous

Miscellaneous

$500 - $1000

Careers + Work Opportunities

Arts & Humanity

Arts and Humanities

Social Science

Social Sciences

LAW

Law and Legal Studies

Engineering and Technology

Engineering and Technology

Architecture

Architecture

natural Science

Natural Sciences

medicine

Medicine and Life Sciences

Design

Design

Part-time Work Opportunities

Students are allowed a maximum of 20 hours per week. With F-1 Visa: on-campus work is allowed and off-campus work is permitted only after the first academic year. Maximum of 40 hours per week during breaks.

Post Study Work VISA

With F-1 Visa: Students completing a Bachelors or Masters program can get Optional Practical Training (OPT) extension and stay for 12 months in the USA. Students pursuing STEM courses get an additional 17 months (making a total of 29 months) under STEM OPT extension. With J-1 or M-1 Visa: Students get a grace period of 30 days to apply for a work visa.

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