About USA

The United States of America is a constitutional federal republic nation on North America continent consisting of fifty states and a federal district. After the fragmentation of American’s colonies with its mother country in 1776, USA was recognized as a new nation. During the 19th and 20th centuries, 37 new states were added to the original 13 states and it has expanded across the North America and other overseas possessions.

For the students looking for the best overseas education and planning to put their careers on the fast track, USA is the hottest destination”. This is because it has immense range of specialties, high quality of education, great opportunities, which attracts students from different countries of the world. Students can choose a suitable university from over 3800 universities and colleges available in USA that facilitates several educational programs. U.S provides a lot of offers for international students like, prestigious education in the world, assorted cities and towns, dazzling natural parks, different events and multicultural population.

Why USA Education

US universities, US colleges and US schools consistently rank very high in world rankings, just one of the reasons to study in the US. Schools such as Harvard University, Stanford University, MIT, etc are all world famous and welcome international students. The US offers international students the most exciting, rewarding and comprehensive array of study options in the world. International students who choose to study in the US have almost unlimited study choices.

Furthermore, international students who successfully complete their US study are highly sought-after by employers worldwide. While the reasons international students choose to study in the US vary from student to student, some of the main reasons why students choose USA education are summed up below

These international students from every continent in the world choose to study in the US because they believe that a US education would afford them the best preparation for their future. They leave homes, families and friends in order to pursue their dreams of an education in the US. In fact, International students who study in the US contribute more than $17.8 billion to the US economy!

Student Life

The USA has the world’s largest international student population, with nearly 600,000 students choosing to broaden their education and life experience in the United States. Nearly 4% of all students enrolled in higher-level education are international students, and the numbers are growing. From the mid-1950’s, when international student enrollment was only just reaching 35,000, international education in the USA has come a long way.

If you are planning to live, learn and grow in the United States, you already possess a well-known American characteristic—a sense of adventure! As an international student, you will experience many new and exciting things. In this section, we hope to prepare you for some of the adventures involved in living in the United States.

Permanent Residency

USA offers various options for students to study and work in the country. Subsequently, by exploring various options, you can work and settle down in the ‘Land of Opportunities’ permanently.

One possibility is to obtain Optional Practical Training (OPT), with which you could stay back for one year or more and seek employment as a next step for permanent residence in USA.

After obtaining employment, the type of visa will change from F-1 to H1b, which is a ‘dual intent visa’. That means, you could apply for permanent legal residence. This is a temporary work visa in Specialty Occupations. With this visa, you can stay back for 3 years and then extend the same for another three years, thus making your overall work experience to six years after your OPT. Then, on completion of prescribed years of work experience within USA, your employer could apply for an Employment-based Green Card on your behalf. With this Green Card, one could live and work in the USA permanently. It is also called the ‘Permanent Residency Card’.

These are the only ways for students to reach and become a permanent resident in the USA.

Admission Requirements

Bachelors Masters
Academic -10th + Diploma
-12th
Bachelor’s Degree
Percentage 50 – 60% 50 – 60%
Language Test IELTS / TOEFL / PTE IELTS / TOEFL / PTE
Subjective Test SAT SAT

 

INTAKES
September (Fall), January/February (Spring), April/May (Summer)

Popular Courses

  • Engineering
  • Information Technology
  • Business Management
  • Accounting and Finance
  • Hospitality management

Education Cost – per year (In USD $)

Bachelor’s Degree-$22,000 to $30,000

Master’s Degree-$25,000 to $35,000

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  • American Consulate has introduced a system of prior appointment for Visa Interview. The applicant has to complete the application process through online and pay the Visa fee through designated Banks. On the given interview dates, the applicant has to appear for a personal interview. The interview process is conducted in two days; first day, your biometrics are collected and the second day, the actual interview is conducted.The applicant should prove that he / she has strong career options after studies back in India or outside USA and also that he / she is not an intending immigrant. While answering the questions, one should be brief and to the point. Since officers have very little time for each applicant, they may not be able to look at many or even any documents at times. Therefore, one should be prepared to explain one’s situation orally and to answer all questions promptly, patiently and confidently.The applicant will be informed whether he / she has been granted or refused a visa in the same day. The name of the University, whose I-20 has been submitted to the consulate, will also be mentioned on the passport. Therefore, it is advisable to make the final selection of the University very carefully. If, for some reason, your visa is rejected in the first attempt, you can reapply after 3 working days.

    The following is a list of some of the documents that you are supposed to carry along with you on the day of VISA interview; however, it is case to case.

    • Passport having validity of at least six months
    • Interview Appointment Letter
    • DS 160 confirmation page
    • I-20 and Admission Letter from the University (carry evidence of Scholarship / Aid / Grant, if any as secondary documentation)
    • SEVIS fee payment receipt
    • Educational Certificates, Degree, Diplomas & Mark Sheets (all originals)
    • Score Reports of TOEFL & GRE / GMAT / SAT
    • Work Experience Certificate / Job offer letter / Pay slip, if employed
    • Bank Statement / Passbooks of the sponsors with last 6 months transaction
    • Summary Statement of Assets of family, if applicable
    • Income Tax papers of the sponsor for last 3 years
    • Bank education loan letter, if applicable
    • Fixed deposit receipts, if applicable
    • For more information on student Visa and the latest Fees, kindly visit the website http://www.ustraveldocs.com/in/index.html?firstTime=No