Being the most powerful and most technically advanced country of the world, the US attracts students from every corner of the globe including India. American universities occupy 70% of top 100 universities list of the world too.

American education system

American education is practical oriented, flexible and rewarding in many ways. There are no courses of studies which are not offered in universities in USA. There are around 3800 colleges and universities including 60% from the top 100 universities from the world. The advantage of studying in USA is that they can move to another university, city, or state, can change field at any time during their study often without wasting or losing any credits..

Entry Criteria

Undergraduate programs - 10+2 or equivalent and SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) scores

Postgraduate program - 4 year bachelor’s degree or equivalent

Engineering courses - GRE scores Graduate Record Examination) score

Past academic record in the same field is preferable although students can change their field of study if they can substantiate it through a strong SOP.

Students from any streams are eligible to appy for MBA or other management courses. But its often seen that universities ask for prior work experience and GMAT (Graduate Management Admissions Tests) scores to apply for these programs.

Admission Intakes

Main Intake – Fall (August / September) – for all courses

Other Intakes – Spring (January) and Summer (Mid April) – few universities and few courses are available

Few universities offer rolling intakes as well.

Cost of education

Average Tuition fee – $12000 to $28000 per year

Average Living Expenses – $11500 to $20000 per year

Note: Tuition fees vary from university to university, similarly living expenses vary city to city.

In its 14 long years of existence Adept has helped numerous students for US universities. We have a team of advisers specially trained to help students want to apply for US admissions and visa. Please visit us today and explore the future opportunities with US higher education.

Why study in USA

America (USA) is the most attractive study destination in the world. There are very many good reasons for studying in USA. A few such reasons are discussed below:

High Quality and matchless curriculum

Almost all University Rankings give high places to US universities because of the quality of teaching, facilities, opportunity for research and scholarships. The curriculum not only focuses on major subjects alone, but also on other subjects such as mathematics, science, philosophy, history and literature.

This type of curriculum is named as ‘liberal arts’ which grooms students for their careers and also helps you build a matured, positive personality that enable you to succeed in any field you have chosen.

It’s varied and multi-cultural

The US is the largest economy of the world with huge industries and commercial establishments that always in search of good talents in their organizations. Every organization has people working from different races and ethnicities making the work place multicultural. This develops a sense of tolerance, understanding and make an individual a global citizen.

Employment opportunities

International students can work up to 20 hours per week so some portions of their expenditures can be covered or saved. Students can work as an intern so they could get real-time experience of the subjects they study in their courses. You will see a career cell with almost all universities in the US that help students build their CVs and find job opportuntities inside the campus and outside.

Experience of a lifetime

Since the geographical size of the country is too huge, there is large number of universities for students. Universities are also has huge campuses with all amenities like playgrounds, parks, gyms etc. It gives an unforgettable experience of its own for students who study in US.

Good acceptance for International students

US have a vast experience in taking international students for many decades and many universities have famous alumni and network that feels a welcome scenario. This means that it has an immense understanding on international cultures and diversities.

Innovation and Research

It is not a new fact that US has the best innovative technologies and research facilities in the world. This also applies to research institutions and universities where professors teach in advanced laboratories and workshop methods. They support the faculties to bring out the best research that a student could perform.

Admissions Process for USA Universities

  • Thousands of students apply for US universities every year from every corner of the globe. US universities follow first come first basis to release admission letters (known as I20) to handle the huge amount of applications.
  • It’s advisable to apply at least 8 months before the intake dates.
  • We recommend you apply 5-6 universities or even more as there are thousands of applications for every university.
  • All US Universities have online application facility with an application fees (around $100 or more) paid online only.
  • The documentation for admission is fairly detailed and varies with university.
  • It usually covers academic documents, financial documents recommendation letters, Statement of Purpose (SOP), online score reports of TOEFL, GRE and GMAT etc.
  • It usually takes 3 months for the university to process application. Some specific courses and specializations may take more time.
  • Once the offer letter is received, it is used to apply for the student visa processing.

Getting US Student Visa

Planning for higher education in a US college or university? You need to apply for F1 Student visa first. F! student visa is the primary requirement to enter the US as a student.

To study in USA you need to file a F1 visa application at a US Embassy or Consulate.

Required documents for F1 Visa

  • Application Fee - There is a non-refundable visa application fee ($165) you need to deposit through selected HDFC banks
  • Visa Application Form
  • A Valid Passport
  • Photos - Color photo (a particular size) taken within last 6 months
  • Financial documents showing you have sufficient support from your parents/ legal guardian to support your entire study (fees, travelling expenses and living expenses during your study time).
  • Documents showcasing you will return to your home country after the course. (For example, a job offer, a family business etc)
  • Your Academic certificates, and test scores, experience letter or achievements if any.

Visa Interview

  • Through a visa interview visa office will determine whether you are qualified to receive an F1 student visa. You should arrive at the interview with all of the required documents and receipts, and you should be prepared ahead of time to answer personal questions about your decision to study in the US.
  • F1 visa interview questions often include inquiries about your academic qualifications and choice of course and university.
  • You may be required to prove that you have ties and obligations that would guarantee your return to your home country after your studies in the US.
  • You will be required to prove that you have the means to finance your education. Education expenses in the US are higher than most countries and being able to present a solid financial plan for the duration of your studies is crucial to pass your F1 visa interview.

If your visa application approved, you may be required to pay a visa issuance fee. Digital fingerprint scans will be taken for records. Your passport will be taken so that you can get your visa and you will be informed when you can get it back, either by pick-up or in the post.

At Adept we provide all kind of guidance so you can arrange the right documents required to apply for your student visa. We will give you visa interview training so you can confidently and clearly answer all the questions by the visa officer. To know more about Visa requirements and preparation meet our visa expert for USA at our office or just call at: 9000 7111 44 / 8008 2111 44

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