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USA Provides Bachelor And Master Degree Courses In The Field Of Medical, Engineering, Arts, Film, Hospitality, Business, Science, Health And Education Etc.


  • Flexibility

  • Cutting Edge Technology

  • Research & Internships

  • Scholarships & Assistant-ships

  • Post study visa (OPT)

USA has emerged as a leading country known for its quality education. US offers various options to choose from according to your academic and cultural preferences.


World renowned Academia: The universities and colleges offer a wide range of degree and courses in all academic fields. You may find excellent programs at the graduate and undergraduate level of study. US degrees are recognized and accepted around the world for their excellence. It is noted that engineering has overtaken management as the most popular subject among international students.


Academic flexibility: American education system offers flexible options to students according to their needs and interests.

At the undergraduate level, students can choose different courses before they declare their choice for major at the end of second year. This gives students time and options to explore their interest.

At the graduate level, you can customize your course according to your course work to fit your academic goals.


Career Opportunities: An international degree opens up a wide range of career prospects and a degree from reputed universities widens the scope even further. it broadens the scope of the career path that the student chooses and it is known that international companies look for candidates that offer them with a different take or perspective on their products.


Research and Training opportunities: U.S. universities offer research and training opportunities to international students at the graduate level. Students can assist professors with research on different projects and it also gives them an opportunity to work with the best in their chosen field of study.


American Culture and Campus Life: Studying in U.S. can give you opportunities to know and learn about other cultures and

sharing your culture with your international friends. College life in universities is not just about classes and tutorials but an extension to your personality. You may find a lot of exciting mediums to make friends and enjoy college life. Most universities have international student offices. Staff and faculty members ensure a better support and guidance to international students. During your stay in U.S. you may also gain essential life skills such as communication and social skills.


Help And Support to International Students: Most US universities provide good guidance and support to all the students whether it is related to accommodation, visa status, career opportunities, etc.

Cost of Study: Bachelors Degree cost around 10000 USD to 30000 USD Per Year and Master Degree cost is 25000 USD to 35000 USD per Year

Working Rights

Types of Employment available to F‐1 Students while studying or after studies.

  • On Campus Employment

  • Off Campus Employment through

  • Curricular Practical Training (CPT)

  • Optional Practical Training (OPT)


On – Campus Employment

Can work on campus 20 hrs./week during study time.

Can work full time (i.e. 40 hrs./week) during holidays.

Off – Campus Employment

1. Curriculum Practical Training (CPT) :

  • Provides opportunity to gain actual employment experience.

  • “An integral part of an established curriculum”.

  • Defined as “alternate work/study, internship, cooperative education, or any other Type of required internship or practicum which is offered by sponsoring employers through cooperative agreements with the school.

  • To be eligible for CPT, student must have completed 9 months in lawful status and currently be in F‐1 status.

  • CPT can be full time (>20 hours week) or part time (20 hours or less per week)

2. Optional Practical Training (OPT):

  • Available to students who are lawfully enrolled on a full – time basis & have

  • Completed at least 1 full academic year.

  • Eligible student may request OPT in order to be employed in a position related to the

  • Major area of study.

  • 12/36 months of OPT available after each degree level completion.

Popular Programs in the US:

Computer Science

Advancement in technology demands highly skilled graduates in computer science and there are plenty of job opportunities for skilled computer science graduates.


On receiving graduation in accounting the accountant can explore all financial theories and also can gain practical knowledge on how to manage financial crises.


Graduation from any of the US universities gives you real-time experience to handle patients and you can be sure that you will shine in your career. Short medical courses in the USA are also available for international students.


Psychology is the most popular course in the USA. Being the most interesting course only fifty percent of psychology students shine in their careers. This is due to a lack of coaching. Being a psychology student at any of the US universities will make you the best psychologist.


Law is the most popular course in the USA preferred by students moving to the US for higher education. A degree in law demands extraordinary skills like interpretation, understanding of complex subjects, problem-solving skills, oral communication, effective teamwork, etc. course on law from any of the US universities will help you acquire all the above-stated skills.


The workforce in the industry with BArch gets an average annual package of 56,900 USD whereas, with a M. Arch degree, the compensation is almost double, 110,000 USD per annum.


Criminology is one of the most popular courses in USA, though criminology is the toughest course it becomes easier when you pursue it from the best universities in the world. The US universities are not less in providing effective teaching even for criminology.

The other popular programs are Data Science, Artificial Intelligence, Cyber Security, Business Analytics, Biotechnology & Film Making.

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