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Study In USA

Some popular areas of interest to students are:

  • IT
  • Engineering
  • Computer science
  • Business management
  • Liberal arts

Why study in USA?

The United States of America (USA) will be the hottest destination for Indian and international students. The quality of education, wide-ranging specialties, flexibility, large campuses, friendly professors, funding and international opportunities is only but a few of the reasons for attracting the elite students from throughout the world. It is not so easy to dislodge the pre-eminent position of US as the 'land of opportunities'. The capital is Washington DC.

The top five programs

  • Management (MBA)
  • Engineering
  • Pharmacy
  • Public Health
  • Physiotherapy

Education System

Courses in US colleges & universities range from short-term certificate programs to Post-Doctoral level degrees. A Master's degree after that could be between one to two years and Doctoral level education could be simultaneous along with the Master's or additional, which can be another 3-4 years. On completion of two years in college one could join a first professional degree, the Master's degree is the next highest degree awarded after completion of the first professional degree. Finally, once a student earns his doctoral degree, he could pursue further research/study as a Post-Doctoral Fellow, which is the highest level of education anywhere in the world.

Admission

The colleges in USA are ranked according to their competitiveness and reputation. The fact remains that the private colleges of the country are more popular than their public counterparts. Admissions criteria in the USA colleges demand for rigor and grades which the students have earned in their high school courses. Some of the things that are taken into account include the students' GPA, ranking in the class and standardized test scores

Major Intakes

  • January
  • September

Types of Standardized Tests

For undergraduate admissions, required standardized tests usually include:

  • Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT)
  • Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)

For graduate and professional admissions, required tests usually include:

  • Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)
  • Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) – for liberal arts, science, math
  • Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) – for business schools/study for MBA (Master’s in Business Administration) programs
  • Law School Admission Testing Program (LSAT) – for law schools
  • Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) – for medical schools
  • Dental Admission Testing Program (DAT) – for dental schools
  • Pharmacy College Admission Test (PCAT)
  • Optometry Admission Testing Program (OAT)

Cost of Education In USA

Normally, the private universities have a higher tuition fee than the public colleges. However, the public colleges make up the difference by relying on the state funds. The scholarships and student loans are also offered by federal government and private lenders. Scholarships, both merit-based and need-based are available widely.

Accommodation and living expenses

The two main categories of accommodation are: on campus and off-campus. The types of accommodation in the campus include residence halls (dormitories), hostels, university-owned flats and apartments, sorority houses and fraternity houses. The types of accommodation outside the campus include apartments, private dorms, share accommodation, home stay and rent accommodation. The cost of living in different parts of the United States also varies.

Work prospects In US

Students at any level are not allowed to work full-time, while studying in the USA. However, employment of international students, who reached USA on a non-immigrant visa such as F-1, is strictly regulated. If such students maintain their visa status and be in good standing, they could work part-time and on campus only for up to 20 hours a week. During holidays and college breaks, students could work full-time, if they maintain the good standing.

Permanent Residency

USA is the most desired destination for everyone who wishes to migrate for the betterment of life. If you want to become a lawful permanent resident based on the fact that you have a relative who is a citizen of the United States or is a lawful permanent resident, your relative in the U.S. will need to sponsor you and prove he/she has enough income or assets to support you, the intending immigrant(s) when in the United States.

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