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Study in USA

Why USA?

Undoubtedly, USA is the most popular and prefered destination among international students. According to most of the prominent ranking schemes of world universities, American universities always grab a major pie out of the top five hundred positions. Be it the Ivy League, large public research universities or smaller liberal arts colleges, students can choose from a wide range of choices for undergraduate, graduate or professional education.

Despite the fact that most leading countries in the field of international education now offers English as the medium of instruction, USA still keeps the position on top! There are endless reasons which make this country most desirable - academic excellence, cultural diversity, opportunity to gain perspectives from all over the world, excellent support for international students, ground breaking research in every field and ample opportunities for extracurricular activities.

With their dynamic and evolving classroom approaches, these universities continue to attract students from all over the world, and are courageously working every year to change the educational patterns they execute so that students from all over the world are prepared to find wonderful careers both in USA and back home,or in fact, globally!

Quick facts

  • Population - 325,719,178
  • Capital - Washington, D.C.
  • Language - English
  • GDP - $61,687[per capita]
  • Currency - United States dollar ($) (USD)

Higher Education in USA

Number of higher education institutions : 3,000 +

Number of international students in higher education : 1 Million

Popular Study Streams :
• Information Technology
• Engineering
• Business and Management Studies

Cost of Education : Approximately $15,000 to $25,000 per year

Qualifications required :
• IELTS, TOEFL scores as proof of English language skills for admission to any course.
• Graduate Record Examination (GRE) - For entry in to Graduate Programs
• Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is required for admission to MBA and other management programs.
• Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) is required for admission in to bachelor level courses
• Law and Medical schools usually require different exams like LSAT and MCAT

Intake : January /August