Edway Education Consulting | Bangalore
USA has been the most preferred choice of study for international students owing to its 4,000 accredited colleges and universities, which offer a wide range of programs to pursue bachelors or masters in the USA. The country offers excellent support facilities for international students to study in the USA. Its extremely flexible education system and a worldwide reputation of commitment to excellence draw students in huge numbers. The country has a vibrant diverse culture and its mixed society allows international students to integrate into American life with ease.
Outstanding programs in numerous fields, optimized classroom experience, and cutting-edge technology are some of the reasons that make the USA one of the best countries to study in. International students can receive financial assistance in the form of full or partial tuition waivers, research assistantships, teaching assistantships, graduate assistantships, paid internships, or part-time work options. Students can apply for the Optional Practical Training (OPT) after graduation which allows them to work in their chosen field for 12-36 months after completion of the course. The median salary range after a four-year degree in the US is $ 61,000 reaching $ 1, 20,700 at the mid-career level.
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The cost of education in the USA depends on the study level i.e., Bachelor’s, Master’s, or Ph.D. The cost also varies according to the type of institution, i.e., public or private. The Bachelor’s degree tuition fee can range from $15000 to $55000 per year whereas the Master’s degree fee can range from $15000 to $30,000 per year. International students can get financial aid and institutional grants based on excellent academic and standardized test scores, thus lowering their cost of education in the US.
Capital: Washington D.C.
Currency: American Dollar ($)
Population: 324 million
Students: 21 million (1 million international)
Academic Year: August – May
Languages: American English
IELTS and TOEFL for proof of English language proficiency.
GRE – Graduate Record Examination – For entry in to Graduate Programs
GMAT– Graduate Management Admission Test is required for admission to MBA and other management programs.
SAT– Scholastic Aptitude Test is required for admission in to bachelor level courses
LSAT and MCAT – Law and Medical schools
Fall: Starts in August/September.
Spring: Starts in January
Summer: Available for limited programs and colleges, the Summer intake usually starts around May.
20 hours per week on campus
Student visa is not eligible for off campus work opportunity