USA Student Visa

Why study in USA

  • World-class universities and colleges: World top ranked colleges and universities are in USA with Specialization in any desire are of focus. USA has over 4,000 Institutions offering UG, PG, Master’s and Doctorate degrees. Also, qualified faculty ensures that the institutions have high standards.
  • Tuition costs: A wide spectrum of tuition fees, accommodation & financial help is provided by the institutions in the form of scholarships, fee waivers. Financial aid, scholarships and assistantships is also provided to International Students.
  • High quality life and study: USA has flexible Education System in terms of choice of courses within a college / university during the course of study also quality research program with required resources is available. Because of studying in USA students get have cutting edge over technology. Also, it is the best investment for future and value for your money.
  • Work while you study: International students can earn while they learn through 20 hours per week during their course and 40 hour per week during vacations.


  • Spring: January/February (Major Intake)
  • Fall: August/September (Major Intake)
  • Summer: April/May (only for few courses)
  • Winter: December (only for few courses)

Popular courses

  • MBA
  • MS in Computers
  • MS in Bio-technology
  • MS in Electronics
  • Post-graduate in medicine
  • Post-graduate in Cosmetic surgery
  • Post-graduate in Para-psychology
  • Post-graduate in Diabetes-research
  • Post-graduate in Genetics

Tuition fees and living cost

Tuition fees : (Public)
Level of Education Tuition Fees per year (in US $)
Undergraduate 15,000 to 20,000
Postgraduate 15,000 to 25,000


Tuition fees : (Private)
Level of Education Tuition Fees per year (in US $)
Undergraduate 20,000 to 30,000
Postgraduate 20,000 to 35,000

Living cost: Living expenditure is approx. 8,000-15,000 $ per year.

Language test eligibility criteria

  • 80% on an average in TOEFL (IBT i.e. Internet based test)

Exams for studying in USA

  • TOEFL, IELTS and SAT for bachelor’s degree.
  • SAT Subject Tests to select Universities after 12th Standard.
  • GRE for Engineering Graduates.
  • GMAT for Management Programs

Documents required for student Visa

  • Covering Letter
  • Application Fees (Credit Card require for the payment)
  • Application Form
  • Statement of Purpose
  • Essays, Resume
  • LOR Letters – Sealed
  • Transcripts - Sealed
  • Mark sheets & Certificates
  • Bank Statement
  • Affidavit of Financial Statements
  • Test Score Report

Eligibility criteria

  • Undergraduate: 10+2
  • Graduate:16 years of education required (10+2+4)
  • Some institutions accept 15 years education into their Bridge /Masters Programs
  • Good & strong academic background
  • Good scores in entrance exams like SAT, TOEFL, GRE, GMAT, IELTS etc
  • Strong recommendation letters
  • To the point Statement of Purpose/Personal Statement, essays & resumes
  • Certificates of achievement & extra -curricular activity participation
  • Strong financial background or good grades to get a scholarship

Work and Study Opportunity in USA

  • While studying in United States international students get a wide range of job opportunities and work experience.
  • Schools and Universities in USA offers Curricular Practical Training (CPT) program which gives international students an opportunity to work in paid internships position while earning a degree.
  • International students have the permit to do part-time work up to 20 hours a week during a regular session and also work full-time work during extended holidays, breaks and summer sessions.
  • Employment with both on and off campus companies.
  • It provides work-study programs for both Undergraduate and Master students.

Education System in USA

  • Attractive features of the U.S. higher education system are its flexibility to provide number and diversity of institution types it encompasses which offers students to specialize in a variety of academic disciplines with employment training inclusive.
  • More than 4,500 accredited institutions make up U.S. higher education in the United States. Unlike many countries, U.S. higher education institutions are not centrally organized or managed, but are accredited on a national or regional level by independent accrediting bodies.
  • 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. The majority of liberal arts institutions are private. Private colleges and universities are funded by a combination of endowments, gifts from alumni, research grants, and tuition fees.
  • 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. State colleges and universities, also called "public universities," were founded and subsidized by U.S. state governments to provide a low-cost education to residents of that state. Public universities generally offer access to research opportunities and classes
  • USA Have a wide variety of fields of study. These universities tend to be very large and generally admit a wider range of students than private universities. Each student's interests will guide his/her choice among the many possibilities.
  • Regardless of the institution type, in the United States, students typically earn credits for courses they take and these credits count towards the completion of a program. Courses are often divided into "core" subject areas to provide the foundation of the degree program and "major" courses to provide specialization in a subject area. Students can also take "elective" courses to explore other topics of interest for a well-rounded educational experience.
  • The U.S. academic calendar typically runs from September to May and can be divided into two academic terms of 16-18 weeks known as semesters. Alternatively, some schools may operate on a quarter or trimester system of multiple terms of 10-12 weeks.
  • Type of Institutions
    • Public Universities
    • Private Universities
    • Technical Institutes
    • The Ivy League
    • Small Liberal Arts Colleges
    • Community Colleges


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