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Study in USA

The United States universities are pioneers of top quality education and are in the forefront of cutting edge technology. Approximately 3600 institutions in the US provide the world's best education with an excellent and large variety of programs in both traditional courses as well as professional courses. US education provides you with the needed understanding, the right attitude and skills to be effective professionals and leaders in the international, interdependent and diverse society and economy. The academic system provides flexibility to the students by offering not only a variety of programs but also giving an opportunity to design their own majors and programs of study.  

COUNTRY FACTS

  • When you travel to the United States, the third largest country in the world, you should be prepared for anything and everything. The country offers so much to be discovered, from the East to the West Coast and everything in between. The USA is not only extremely multicultural, it is also known for its contradictions and diversity. To sum the place up in a few short sentences in virtually impossible. America has it all and the American life style is so diverse that there is bound to be something here for everyone. Studying in the USA may be challenging, but it will definitely broaden your horizon.
  • The USA is well-known for its prestige and excellent achievement in all areas of scholarly research. More Nobel Prize winners hail from the United States than any other country.

The close relationship between economics and research stimulates and shapes an innovative teaching concept and dynamic learning environment which should not be missed. The US American higher education system is extremely diverse and not regulated by the state. Higher education institutions act autonomously and compete against each other. Out of approximately 4,200 higher education institutions, 2,500 universities and colleges are privately owned. The quality of the higher education institutions can vary widely in both the quality facilities and teaching.

VISA,LANGUAGES,WORK

Studying in the USA requires a student visa (F1-Vsa). The application documents are to be submitted personally at the US Consulate in your home country. A personal interview is part of the application process.International students are allowed to work on campus with an F1-Visa. It is possible to work for up to one year in the USA after you have completed your academic degree.

  • ADMISSION PROCESS

 Admissions test requirements vary from institution to institution. Most institutions request an English language proficiency test like IELTS or TOEFL. You may need to take other standardised tests, such as GMAT, GRE and SAT, depending on the program you are applying for.

  •  STRUCTURE OF STUDIES

Academic year for education programs in US. The normal tuition for an academic program in US commences by August or September and continues till May or June. The best time for the international students to commence their education in US would be autumn,around the period that is mentioned above. Besides, many courses are designed for the native and international students in such a way that it allows them to select the course in sequence, starting in autumn and continuing throughout the year.Depending on the schools,universities or institutions the courses are divided into semesters or trimesters. Normally there would be two semesters for a course around an year, each lasting for around 6 months respectively. In the case of later, each trimester would be for a period of 3 months respectively.

Colleges List of USA

University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
Winthrop University
University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh
Adelphi University
Alliant International University
American International College, Massachusetts
Auburn University
Brookline College, Phoenix
Bellevue University, Nebraska
Bellus Academy
Berkeley College, New York
Bloomfield college
Bridge- Linguatec Inc. Colorado
California Lutheran University
Cascadia College
California Baptist University
California State University, San Bernardino
California State University, Fresno
College of Lake County
Colorado State University
Cleary University
Colorado Heights University Denver, Colorado
Cleveland State University
De Anza College, California
DeVry University, Illinois
Emporia State University
Elgin Community College
Florida SouthWestern State College 
Ferris State University, Michigan 
Florida Coastal School of Law, Florida 
Florida International University, Florida 
Foothill College, California 
Golden Gate University, California 
George Mason University 
Hillsborough Community College 
Green River Community College, Washington 
Husson University 
Indiana Tech University
Iglobal University 
Lincoln University, California 
Living Arts College 
Lebanon Valley College
Louisiana State University, Louisiana 
Mississippi State university 
Manhattan Institute of Management, New York 
Marshall University, West Virginia 
Midwestern State University, Texas 
Missouri University of Science and Technology, Missouri 
Montana State University – Billings, Montana 
Montana State University – Bozeman, Montana 
Marshall University 
National University, California 
Navitas at UMass Dartmouth-University of Massachusetts 
Navitas at UMass Lowell -University of Massachusetts 
Navitas at UNH -University of New Hempshire 
Navitas at WKU -Western Kentucky University 
New Jersey Institute of Technology, New Jersey 
Norwich University 
New York Film Academy, New York 
North American College, Texas 
North Central College Naperville, Illinois 
Northern Kentucky University, Kentucky
Drew University 
Northern Michigan University, Michigan 
Northland College 
Northwood University 
Oregon State University 
Pacific University Oregon 
Pittsburg State University
San Jose State University, California
University of Colorado-Denver
University of Maryland-Baltimore County
University of St Thomas(EduCo)
Bay State College(EduCo), Boston
University of Nebraska-Lincoln(EduCo)
Claremont Graduate Business School(EduCo)
Brandeis International Business School(EduCo), MA
Metropolitan College of New York
San Mateo College 
Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota, Minnesota 
Schiller International University, Florida 
Seattle Central Community College, Washington 
Southeast Missouri State University 
St. John’s University 
State University of New York 
SIT Graduate Institute 
Strayer University 
StudyGroup 
SUNY, University at Albany, New York 
St. Louis University 
Texas A&M University Corpus Christi – the Island University 
Texas Southern University, Texas 
The University of Mississippi 
The University of Tennessee – Knoxville, Tennessee 
Thomas College, Maine 
Troy University, Alabama 
University of South Carolina
University of Cincinnati
University of Indianapolis 
University of Montana, Missoula
University of Redlands
University of Bridgeport, Connecticut 
University of California Riverside, California 
University of Central Florida 
University of Charleston, West Virginia 
University of Dallas, Texas 
University of Hartford, Connecticut 
University of Kansas 
University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, Texas 
University of Nebraska – Omaha 
University of New Haven, Connecticut 
University of South Florida 
University of the Potomac, Washington 
United States University, Chula Vista, California 
Upper Iowa University, Iowa 
Vaughan College of Aeronautics and Technology, Flushing New York
Webber International University, Florida 
Western New England University 
Westcliff University 
Widener University 
Worcester State University
 

International Travel During COVID-19

Do not travel internationally until you are fully vaccinated. If you are not fully vaccinated and must travel, Before you travel

  • Make sure you understand and follow all airline and destination requirements related to travel, mask wearing, testing, or quarantine, which may differ from India requirements.