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Why Study In USA?

1. World Renowned Academic excellence

With over 4000 universities across the country, the United States boasts of some of the top universities in the world. The universities and colleges offer a wide range of degrees and courses in all academic fields. You may find excellent programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels of study. American institutions are also known to have high academic standards, follow rigorous practices to maintain quality, and are well-supported to offer their students an excellent education.

2. Flexible education system

American universities and colleges offer a myriad of courses and programs to choose from. You have the freedom to not only select the course content, but also the structure. At the undergraduate level, you have the liberty to pursue different courses before they you declare your major at the end of the second year. This helps to explore your subject interest and then decide without much hurry. 

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3. Lively and vibrant campus life

It’s a known fact that the campus line of the US is matchless. Irrespective of the university you study at, you will find yourself in the midst of new cultural experiences and the American way of life. Embrace it and open yourself up to new ideas and new people.

4. Opportunity for Research, Teaching, and Training

In the U.S., at the graduate level students gain valuable experience in research and teaching through the many assistantship programs available. These assistantships also help students finance their higher education in the USA.

Quick facts about the USA?

U.S. Ranks #1 For International Student Hosting

The United States is ranked as the #1 host of international students followed by the United Kingdom in second place with a rising number of students studying in Australia, New Zealand, and Spain.

Students in America have the opportunity to receive a public-school education as well as education from private schools. These schools and colleges also welcome international students who get different scholarships and educational loan facilities. The extraordinary infrastructure and ample facilities provided in high schools and secondary schools make American education famous..

 

Change of Perspective

As humans, we tend to view things in terms of our own cultural understanding and references. Studying in a different country like the United States can give you a fresh new perspective on world topics.

Life Experience

Studying abroad is an excellent opportunity for anyone to expand their life experience. Anyone who travels from their home country and spends an extended amount of time away can learn a lot about themselves in the process.

 Fast Facts

  • 1st Study abroad destination for all over the world
  • S. Ranks #1 For International Student Hosting.
  • One-year job search visa after graduation
  • Straight Forward Visa Application
  • Best Education in the World
  • Excellent Academics
  • English Speaking Country
  • Flexibility in Course Curriculum
  • Choices, Reputation, Relocation
  • Knowledge, Skill, and Professionalism career begins from here

Education System In the USA?

Global Education Study and experience from a US university has a positive reputation in the international job market. Education in the US adds to the long-term career goal of the student. The experience helps you develop self-confidence, cross-cultural skills, and critical thinking skills. These qualities are highly valued by employers globally.

Opportunity to change majors or opt for multiple specializations The education system in the US offers a diverse range of course choices. Students can tailor their program as they have options to meet career desires by combining courses. At the graduate level, you have the liberty to make your own timetable and complete your course credits at a comfortable pace within the allocated time.

The U.S. higher education system has a lot to offer every student. The program structure lays equal emphasis on building a strong theoretical base along with importance on practical, employment-related skills. Here the universities lead in the field of technology and science. They help to familiarise students with the latest technological and scientific techniques. The students gain worthy experience through many programs available at the universities. These programs also help students to finance their higher education. The experience gained is greatly useful for their future careers.  American education possibilities are almost endless!

Popular Programs In the USA?

COMPUTER SCIENCE

COMPUTER SCIENCE

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

EMBEDDED SYSTEMS

EMBEDDED SYSTEMS

HEALTHCARE INFORMATICS

HEALTHCARE INFORMATICS

BUSINESS ANALYTICS

BUSINESS ANALYTICS

MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS

MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

BIOTECHNOLOGY

BIOTECHNOLOGY

PLANT SCIENCE

PLANT SCIENCE

University’s Admission Requirements

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION

3 to 4 years of a bachelor’s degree in the relevant field with an average GPA of 3.0 or 65 – 70% and above.

PROOF OF ENGLISH-LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY SUCH AS

  • International English Language Testing System (IELTS)
  • Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) iBT
  • Duolingo English Test (DET)
  • Pearson Test of English (PTE)

Standardization Test

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Supporting Documents

  • Academic transcripts from the previous study (including Consolidated Marks Memo [CMM]and Provisional Certificate)
  • Personal statement
  • Letter of Recommendations -3
  • Curriculum vitae (CV)/résumé (master’s applicants only)
  • Passport copy
  • Evidence of finances to cover your study costs
  • Work experience if any.

Application Process

There are a number of documents you need to submit with your application. All Universities have detailed and specific guidelines in their application brochure about the documents required. Here is a list:

Test Scores

You need to submit your English Proficiency test scores along with GRE. In some cases, you need to send your additional scores through the ETS portal.

College Transcripts

A transcript is proof of education. It has a detailed record of all the subjects you have studied with your scores in the form of marks or grades given by the institution of study.

Letter of Recommendations:

You need to provide a minimum of three letters of recommendation. The person who recommends you should not simply list your skills, but also give examples of how and when you used them. It does not help to say that you have good research skills if they don’t give an example of a research project you did. An employer can write a letter of recommendation for a grad school aspirant. Some universities prefer those past employers write the letters.

Statement Of Purpose:

The Personal Statement or Statement of Purpose (SOP) remains the most important element of the admissions process. It allows the admissions committee to peek into your background, almost a narrative to your entire application. In essence, a well-drafted statement of purpose could downplay certain weaknesses.

Financial Support Documents:

The United States government requires all international applicants to provide proof of ability to pay tuition and living expenses before the forms needed for obtaining a visa can be issued. This proof can come in the form of personal or family bank letters, bank statements, company sponsorships, etc

Tuition Fees & Living Expenses

TUITION FEE

Universities in America are majorly divided into two categories – Public/State and Private. The education cost at a public/state university is comparatively lesser than that of a private institution. Your expenditure on tuition fees depends on the type of qualification and the university or school you opt for. To cover tuition fees, you will need approx. $10,000 to $55,000 a year (indicative).

Undergrad / Bachelor’s degree

Undergrad / Bachelor’s degree

$20,000 to $40,000 per Academic Year

Most commonly, humanities, arts and education courses are cheaper, while subjects such as medicine and engineering are likely to be more expensive. 

Graduate Programs

Graduate Programs

$15,000 to $45,000 per Academic Year

(An MBA degree can cost significantly more, as can professional programs such as law, medicine, dentistry, some design programs, etc.)

Doctoral Degree

Doctoral Degree

$28,000 to $55,000 per Academic Year

(Most doctoral degrees are 100% funded through research/teaching assistantships, research aid, and bursaries.)

Living Expenses

The cost of living depends heavily on what part of the US will you be living in along with how much you will socialize. However, your Kadmuss education counsellor can help choose the best accommodation option that fits your budget.

Accommodation Type

Average Cost in US Dollar

Hostels and Guesthouses

$45 to $100 a night

Shared Rental

$470 to $3,600 per month

On-campus

$800 to $900 each month

Homestay

$600-$3,000 per month

Rental

$450 per month

Visa Requirements

The visa you need will depend on the type of study you want to do in the United States.

The U.S. Government offers three different student visa types:

  • F student visa: used to study at an accredited U.S. college or university or to study English at an English language institute
  • J Exchange Visa: for participation in an exchange program, including high school and university study
  • M Student Visa: for non-academic or vocational study or training in the U.S.

 

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Documentation Required for F1 Visa

  • Valid Passport – Your passport must be valid for at least six months beyond your period of stay in the US.
  • Nonimmigrant Visa Application, Form DS-160 confirmation page
  • Acceptance at a SEVP-approved school and your Form I-20
  • Application fee payment for the Student and Exchange Visitor Information System
  •  Form DS-160 confirmation page
  • One or two photographs in the requested format
  • Academic preparation documents such as transcripts, diplomas, degrees or certificates
  • Evidence that you have sufficient funds to maintain your living expenses throughout the period of your stay in the U.S. This may include bank statements, a financial undertaking by a sponsor to cover your accommodation and living costs, or a scholarship program

 

Work Opportunities In the USA

On an F1 visa, you are allowed to work on campus: Up to 20 hours per week during regular full-time quarters or semesters. More than 20 hours per week between quarters or semesters. More than 20 hours per week during school breaks (like winter or summer break)

Curricular Practical Training

(CPT) is work authorization for employment      (whether it is paid or unpaid), such as internship or co-op, for F-1 international students to receive further training. It is designed to achieve an established academic objective and is directly related to the student’s degree level and major.

Its duration is from one semester up to 364 days. Students can work either part-time (20 hours/week or less) when college is in session or full-time during summer break.

Optional Practical Training.

It allows international students to work after they’ve graduated for up to one year or 12 months. If you’re studying in the STEM programs that science, technology, engineering, and math, you can extend OPT for two additional years. To be eligible to apply for OPT, you must: (1) have been in full-time student status for at least one academic year by the requested start date of your OPT, and (2) be maintaining valid F-1 status at the time of the application.

Standard OPT is available for a cumulative maximum of 12 months per educational level. A one-time extension of 24 months (for a total of 36 months) is available to certain STEM degree recipients

How Can We Help ?

Our services include the following:

Counselling the student and guiding them on the right path.

  • Shortlisting the universities based on student profiles and preferences.
  • English proficiency test coaching.
  • Applications.
  • Immigration.
    1) CGI
    2) DS 160 form Filing Assistance
    3)Visa Slot Booking
    4) Visa Mock Interviews.
    Predeparture Orientation.
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Universities In USA

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Disclaimer – Although every effort is made to ensure accuracy, the information in the page is provided as a general reference guide for students and is subject to alternation. You are, therefore, advised to check Immigration website for detailed and accurate information about visas and related matters.