Why study in US?
- Top notch education in world
- US education is recognized by the world.
- 30 of the top 100 best world universities are in the US.
- Diverse culture and learning environment with theoretical and practical knowledge.
- Study of liberal art is important as per US because according to them it prepares you for more than just your career.
- International students in the US can work in a job on campus up to 20 hours every week.
- Campus placement is for sure and in case you didn’t get one than also you will have better career opportunities.
- All universities in US have a career services department which is focused on helping students with their CV, teaching job interview skills, and helping them find job opportunities, both during and after their studies.
- US have something for everyone and every type of learner found.
- Most US colleges’offers English language courses specifically for international students.
- S. universities offer research and training opportunities to international students at the basic level.
For UG Courses:
- It requires one or more standardized admissions tests to get admissions in Undergraduate courses like; SAT ACT, GRE, GMAT, MCAT, LSAT, TOEFL, IELTS, and PTE Academic Exams.
- It is important to provide proof of an aspirant’s English Proficiency.
- Letter of recommendation from your college.
For PG Courses:
- Prepare for required tests like GMAT, GRE, SAT, TOEFL or IELTS – depending on the course.
- Mostly universities in USA demands 16 years of formal education to be eligible for a Master’s program.
- 2 years of work experience in the field you have applied for.
Admission Process in US:
- Attested copies of mark sheets of class 10th, 12th, and the Bachelor’s degree (if applicable)
- Letter of recommendation from the employer/manager who knows you well and can comment on your professional abilities
- Statement of Purpose (SOP)
- Updated CV
- Essays (If demanded by the university)
- Score report of GMAT / GRE / IELTS / TOEFL
- Certificates/achievements of extracurricular activities.
- Proof of funds
- For Under Graduate Courses:$5,000-$50,000 i.e. (Rs 3,64000-36,41000)
- For Master’s Courses:$ 10,000 -$70,000 i.e. (Rs 7,28000-36,41000)
Cost Of Living in USA:
- Accommodation $200 (Rs14,000)
- Electricity $20 (Rs 1400)
- Groceries (home cooked meals) $150 (Rs 10,900)
- International Calling cards $15 (Rs1000)
- Home Internet $15 (Rs 1000)
- Cell phone $50 (Rs 3600)
Scholarships in US for Indian Students:
There are various scholarships for Indian Students to study in USA for their higher education. Apart from the universities, scholarship schemes provided by the Government, or sponsored by the public-private organizations are also offered.
Some of the popular US scholarships are:
|· Name of Scholarship|
|· Fulbright-Nehru Fellowship|
|· Hubert H Humphrey Fellowship|
|· Joint Japan/World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program|
|· AAUW International Fellowships|
Documents required forstudent visa in US:
- There are three types of Visa available for students to study in USA.
- The F1 Visa- for full time course study you need to have F1 visa with you.
- The M1 Visa- for vocational and technical schools, but in this category one cannot overstay.
- The J1 Visa-this Visa is for visiting scholars under exchange programs for 1-2 months or sometimes may be 10 months.
Cost of Visa:
- F1 Visa- $200 ( Rs14,585)
- J1 Visa- $180( Rs13,108)
- M1 Visa-$200(Rs 14,585)
- 2 copies of DS-160, the online application form
- Interview appointment letter (original and copy) from the university or college.
- Visa fees payment confirmation receipt Bank statement for at least three years showing that you have enough assets to pay for the first year (could be of parent or guardian)
- Original copies of provisional certificates of academic qualifications.
- Score card of TOEFL, GMAT or IELTS.
- Capital- Washington, D.C
- Official language-English
- Currency –United States Dollar
- 1 USD=72.82 INR
- Flight Duration-16 Hours