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Study in USA

Study in USA

  • Why Choose USA?
  • Education Scenario
  • Application Procedure
  • Entry + Eligibility Requirements

Some of the most valued international universities are in the U.S.

One of the main reasons why students choose to study in the U.S. is the country’s reputation for renowned higher-education programs. Approximately, fifty percent of the world’s top 50 universities are located in the U.S., due to small class sizes, highly accredited professors, and advanced technology and research capabilities.

Study any subject you can think of

Whether you want to study Computer Science and become the next tech genius, get a degree in Engineering and invent innovative solutions, or study Business and learn how money makes the world go round, you’ll surely become an expert in your field

Be a part of groundbreaking research

The United States is the leader in many areas of technology and research, also benefitting from generous funding and offering support to international PhD students

U.S. universities have engaging campuses

University campuses in the U.S. have a life of their own and they are like small student towns and encouraging you to socialize and make friends. You can grab a burger (and at a cheap price too), go on a picnic, take yoga classes for free and by all means, join the super-fun student parties.

And that’s not all you can do. All campuses include lots of facilities meant to offer students a relaxing and entertaining time while they are not in class or involved in assignments and study

Guaranteed successful career after graduation

Studying abroad in the USA will offer a competitive edge once you enter the job market. Employees who speak multiple languages, have international experiences and are able to quickly adapt to new professional environments are in high demand. Companies will see you as a candidate with an international mindset and a problem solve

Characteristics of USA Education:

Classroom Environment

The American university classroom atmosphere is very dynamic. You will be expected to share your opinion, argue your point, participate in class discussions and give presentations. International students find this one of the most surprising aspects of the American education system.

Each week professors usually assign textbook and other readings. You will be expected to keep up-to-date with the required readings and homework so you can participate in class discussions and understand the lectures. Certain degree programs also require students to spend time in the laboratory.

Professors issue grades for each student enrolled in the course. Grades are usually based upon:

  • Each professor will have a unique set of class participationrequirements, but students are expected to participate in class discussions, especially in seminar classes. This is often a very important factor in determining a student’s grade.
  • A midtermexamination is usually given during class time.
  • One or more research or term papers, or laboratory reports must be submitted for evaluation.
  • Possible short exams or quizzesare given. Sometimes professors will give an unannounced “pop quiz.” This doesn’t count heavily toward the grade, but is intended to inspire students to keep up with their assignments and attendance.
  • A final examinationwill be held after the final class meeting.

Credits

Each course is worth a certain number of credits or credit hours. This number is roughly the same as the number of hours a student spends in class for that course each week. A course is typically worth three to five credits.

Transfers

If a student enrolls at a new university before finishing a degree, generally most credits earned at the first school can be used to complete a degree at the new university. This means a student can transfer to another university and still graduate within a reasonable time.

Application Process:

Course and University Selection

Application for admission

I-20

F1 visa interview

Visa granted

Pre departure and Post landing arrangements

For Under Graduate programs

Must have cleared 12th with decent grade

SAT/ACT & TOEFL/IELTS test score

Statement of purpose

Letter of Recommendation

Extracurricular and community services certificate

For Graduate programs

Must have cleared 4 year degree program with decent percentage from accredited university

GRE & TOEFL/IELTS test score

Statement of purpose

Letter of Recommendation

Extracurricular and community services certificate