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US Student Visa

Geographical Location:

A land of opportunity “The strongest economy”, rich in natural resources, excellent infrastructures and glittering lifestyles; all along with higher career prospects! The United States of America (USA) (known as United States, America) consists of 50 states, a federal constituency with many other territories.


Overall, the US is a federation of states with democrat form in authority. A majority of residents are from ethically diversified nationalities, migrated from many countries. The federal district, Washington and about 48 per cent of states are located in the central part of North America, surrounded by Canada and Mexico, over and below. The country is also extended towards Pacific and Caribbean in population.

CAPITAL -    Washington D.C. with New York being the largest city.

POPULATION -   317,606,000 (2013 Census), third world’s largest by population

AREA-   3,794,101 square miles (9,826,675 square kilometers), fourth largest by region, in the world

CLIMATE -    The U.S weather varies in accordance with a positioning of its States, varyingly placed in latitude, featured by various geographical varieties. Usually, the climate ranges from humid continental, tropical, cool marine with much more variations.

CURRENCY -   United States Dollar (USD), one of the strongest currencies in the world.


ECONOMY -   One of the world’s biggest mixed economies, gets uplifted by its multiple environmental resources along with higher productivity industries
The world’s largest electrical & nuclear energy producer, being No.1 at producing agriculture products such as corn and soybeans as well.

TOURISM -   Multicultural traditions, plenty of landscapes, meditative natural vicinities along with vibrant city styles & designs, all within scientifically proven safe environment.

MAIN INDUSTRIES -   The US is ranked No.1 importer and the second largest exporter in terms of trades, associated with smaller-to-bigger countries. Service sectors, chemical instrument manufacturing, agricultural products, mining industry, automobile sectors, nuclear energy production together with the world-class educational sectors as well.

Student Visa

USA has thousands of accredited colleges and universities well known for their quality of education,
programs of study, and their flexibility in changing fields of study.
Benefits of Studying in USA
· More number of higher education Institutions with quality of education acknowledged worldwide.
· Qualified faculty ensures that the institutions have high standards.
· Specialization in any desire areas of focus.
· Flexible Education System in terms of choice of courses within a college / university during the course of study.
· Hub of Inventions which is known for its latest technologies and advancement in technical fields
· A wide spectrum of tuition fees, accommodation & financial help from the institutions in the form of scholarships, fee waivers.

· Best investment for future and value for your money.
· Financial aid, scholarships and assistantships for International Students.
· Earn while you learn through 20hr/wk during their course and 40hr/wk during vacation.
· Democratic country with strong economic and social background.

The Educational Structure:
-->  One of the most attractive features of the U.S. higher education system is the flexibility it provides
through the number and diversity of institution types it encompasses.
-->  More than 4,500 accredited institutions make up U.S. higher education in the United States.
--> A variety of institution types offer higher-education degrees. Liberal arts institutions, for example, offer courses in the arts, humanities, languages, and social and physical sciences.
-->  Community colleges are another option and provide two-year associate degree programs to prepare students to continue studies for an undergraduate degree or help them gain occupational skills for
immediate employment.
--> In the United States, students typically earn credits for courses they take and these credits count towards the completion of a program.
--> The quality of the research program along with the resources available

Student Intakes :

· Fall: August/September
· Spring: January/February
· Summer: April/May


Tuition fee : 

American institutions (Universities/Colleges) fall under two major categories:

  1. Public (state supported)

  2. Private (independent)
    The tuition fee differs from one university to other and also varies widely with courses. It can vary from as low as US$ 12,000 a year to US$ 35,000 per annum. Visit institutions’ website for exact fees structure.

Living cost :

The approximate annual living expenses are US$ 10,000, which include food,
accommodation, transportation as well as other daily expenses. However, the expenses
may vary depending on lifestyle.

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