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About USA

The United States of America is the third-largest country, both in size and population. The USA is a constitution-based federal republic located in the western hemisphere of North America. The economy of the USA represents almost 20% of the total global output, and its service sector accounts for 80% of the output, dominated by technology, financial services, healthcare, and retail sectors. Trade is an important aspect of the US economy, as it is the largest trading nation in the world, with a combined value of exports and imports making up 28% of its total GDP. The three largest trading partners are Canada, China, and Mexico.

Why do Indian’s Choose USA for Higher Education?

  The USA is the largest destination for international students.

  Degrees from the United States have a strong international reputation.

  Employers worldwide give high preference to candidates with US degree qualifications.

  The United States continues to rate highly among the world's best educational institutions.

  More scholarships are offered in the USA than in any other country.

  The biggest reasons to draw more international students towards STEM courses in the USA, especially due to its technological boom, (SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, and MATHEMATICS).

How is the Education System in USA?

The US higher education system is flexible because of the number and diversity of institutions, which are not centrally organized but accredited on a national or regional level by independent accrediting bodies.

Particulars Usa
Subject Combination Flexible Subject Options
Technology Top –Notch Technology Facility
Priority Priority Towards Fundamental Learning & Exploration
Focus Extracurricular Activities and Recreation are Given Equal Importance
Role of Government The Government plays the Most Vital Role in Financial and Core Academic Decisions

Education System in USA

  • State Colleges / Universities
  • Private Colleges / Universities
  • Community Colleges
  • Institutes of Technology
  • Undergraduate Degree - A Bachelor’s degree is a full-time four-year undergraduate program in the United States.
  • Associate Degree - Similar to a diploma, it is equivalent to a bachelor’s degree. It takes two years to earn an associate’s degree.
  • Graduate Degree - The majority of MA or MBA degrees offered in the United States last for two years.
  • Doctorate Degree - A doctorate is also a type of graduate degree, which may take five to eight years to complete.
  • Business Management
  • Engineering
  • Mathematics and Computer Science
  • Physical and Life Science
  • Social Sciences

Types of scholarships for international students :

 Need-Based Scholarship - These scholarships are reserved for students who need financial aid

 Privately-Funded Scholarships - For overseas students, scholarships provided by private organizations are a good choice. However , the majority of these scholarships have stringent requirements.

 Merit Scholarships - When we think of scholarships, the first category that comes to mind is merit-based funding. Students who perform well in academics or sports are given merit scholarships by universities.

 Sports Scholarships - These fellowships fall under the umbrella of athletic fellowships. These scholarships, which are governed by the NAIA, NJCAA, and NCAA, can be quite competitive.

 Academic Scholarships - These scholarships are given out in recognition of exceptional academic achievement. They are supported by non-profits, institutions, or universities.

List of Scholarships

Chevening Scholarship

Full scholarship covering all costs associated with attending school in the USA.

Gates Cambridge Scholarships

Full graduate scholarships are available for research at the University of Cambridge.

Hubert Humphrey Fellowship

For professionals who intend to spend at least 10 months studying in the USA.

Fulbright Foreign Student Program

For artists and graduate students who want to study in the USA.

Commonwealth Fellowship

For students who are citizens of the Commonwealth. It includes travel expenses, tuition, and allowances.

Bose Scholarship

For students from India who desire to study in the USA. Includes flights, health insurance, and stipend.

Cost to Study in USA

Programs Per Year
Undergraduate (Bachelor Degree) $20,000 - $40,000
Graduate Programs $20,000 - $45,000
Doctoral Degree $28,000 - $55,000

Cost of Living Expenses in USA

# Amount
Housing $1,784
Utilities $300
Transportation $819
Food $610
Food Away From Home $198
Healthcare $431
Health Insurance $306
Entertainment $243
Gas $131
Clothing $120
Housekeeping Supplies $70
Personal Care Products and Services $54

Popular Entrance Exam for USA

  • GRE
  • PTE
  • ACT

Types of VISA

 F-1 Student Visa - Studying abroad or taking English classes at a school that teaches the language in the US are also options.

 J Exchange Visa (J-1) - For taking part in an exchange programme, as well as for college and high school coursework

 M Student Visa (M1) - in the US for non-academic or vocational training