The USA, a culturally inclusive society, is a great study destination boasting advanced research and technological advancements.

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Why Study in USA?

The US ranks as the top country in the world with most US universities constantly appearing in the top world rankings. Reportedly, the USA has the world’s largest population of international students. International students who study in the USA account for about 5% of the overall student population in the country.

Over the years, the institutions of higher education in the US have topped several world rankings, including QS World University Rankings® and Times Higher Education World University Rankings.  In fact, 28 universities are in the rankings of 2022 QS World University rankings, and a further many more are ranked in other such popular rankings.

The US offers variety and there’s a wide range of schools and countless areas of study and degrees. You can begin your studies at a four-year university or college, you could choose a large public university or college or you may choose a smaller size community at a private university, or you may start at a community college, complete the first two years of your bachelor’s degree at a community college and then transfer your credentials to a four-year university.
Universities in the US are basically categorized into public and private universities and also they are either funded by the state government or privately by individuals and corporations. These universities are further classified as IVY League, Public Ivies, Liberal arts philosophy, Specialist institutions, Land grant colleges, and research-intensive institutions.

The country remains a  popular choice for international students for the financially sound future it promises. You will also get a chance to learn and even work with the top-rated industries. Furthermore, you will have state-of-the-art facilities and research centres within your reach when you study in the USA.

To gain admission into a  program, most universities require students to take one or more graded admissions tests such as the GRE, GMAT, MCAT, LSAT. Universities in the USA ensure that students are gaining a smooth academic experience and becoming desirable candidates for the recruitment process eventually. Well, read on to learn more about the United States as a popular study destination.

The Average cost of living in USA

The estimated average cost of living in the USA for international students is around $30000 to $360,000 per year and this might vary from student to student, among other factors.  A student would need around $1000 to $3000 per month to manage the expenses. This includes your accommodation costs, room, and board, food, travel, textbooks, weather-appropriate clothing, and entertainment expenses as well.

Item Monthly Costs
Accommodation $500
Electricity $20
Groceries (Home Cooked) $200
Internet $15
Mobile Plans $50
Dine-in (per meal) $75
Entertainment $100

Post Study Work Rights in the USA for International Students

International students who study in the USA, can stay back in the US using an OPT extension after graduating. If you have completed a course on an F1 visa, you get to stay in the US for one year. Not just that, during your study programme at either undergraduate or graduate level you are eligible for CPT (Curricular practical training), which has to be completed before graduating. The Optional Practical Training (OPT) temporarily allows you to work up to 12 months, provided that the job is related to your area of study. Also, STEM graduates are provided with a 24-month OPT training programme. Once students get OPT, they are expected to find a job within 90 days after graduation. To apply for an OPT, submit form I-765 ninety days before your program end date. But before that, the Designated School Official (DSO) students who are enrolled in when they study in the USA must enter a request to opt into the Student And Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS).

Entry requirements and a step-by-step guide to study in USA

  1. Register yourself by filling the enquiry form on this page and get a FREE counselling session with our education counsellor. Get some insights based on your preferences.
  2. Apply To Institutions With Our Help (We Have Great Working Relationships With Many American Universities And Colleges)
  3. Sit an IELTS Or Any Applicable Examinations
  4. Provide Financial Statement
  5. Receive an i-20 Document
  6. Prepare Student Visa Document
  7. Register & make payment for SEVIS I-901
  8. Fill DS-160 Form & Book Visa Interview
  9. Medical Check-up
  10. Attend Visa Interview
  11. Pre-departure briefing
  12. Purchase of flight tickets & Go!

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Education Info & Intakes in USA

Intakes: January, May, September
*Subject to Universities and Courses availability. Contact us for further details.
Application Deadline:

By August (Jan Intake)
By March (May Intake)
By December/Jan early admission (August Intake)

Entry Requirement: Subject to Universities and Courses, contact us to understand more
Duration: 4 years (Full-Time)
English Requirement: High School English Proficiency or IELTS/TOEFL/PTE
Tuition Fees: Average Range from USD $20,000 – $38,000 (Per Year)
Scholarships: Range from 10%-30% scholarship (*T&C Apply)
Pre-U Progression: OPT min. of 1 year
Intakes: January, May*, August
*Subject to Universities and Courses availability. Contact us for further details.
Application Deadline:

By August (Jan Intake)
By March (May Intake)
By December/Jan early admission (August Intake)

Entry Requirement: Subject to Universities and Courses, contact us to understand more
Duration: 2 years (Full-Time)
English Requirement: IELTS/TOEFL/PTE
Tuition Fees: Average Range from USD $20,000 – $50,000 (Per Year)
Scholarships: Range from 10%-30% scholarship (*T&C Apply)
Pre-U Progression: OPT min. of 1 year

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the reasons to study in the USA?

Surrounded by international students from all over the world, and 28 universities rankings in the 2022 QS World University report, the USA is ultimately one of the popular study abroad destinations for ample reasons. Graduates are guaranteed to gain real-world experience through the degree programmes offered here and the highly advanced facilities offered by US universities are also important to be acknowledged.

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Any part of the stages above requires an extensive amount of research and effort. Why not reach out to a specialist like us to assist you in the process? Our services range from:

  • Finding the right university
  • Course Recommendation
  • Credit Transfer Assistance
  • Scholarships Matching
  • University Applications
  • Student Visa Application
  • Student Accommodations

We See Your Potential and Help You to Study in USA that Adds Significant Value to Your Future.

Our international education counsellors proactively guide and support the international students in choosing the top-ranking universities and the best courses to achieve their career goal. We make sure our students are provided with personalized support in any of the below processes when applying to study in USA.
  1. Finding the Right University & Courses
  2. Credit Transfer Assistance
  3. Scholarships Matching
  4. University Applications
  5. Student Visa Application
  6. Student Accommodations

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