Study In The US

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Study in America

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I study in the US?

Studying in the U.S. could not only get you a prestigious degree that is recognized and respected all around the world, but it also provides you with a world-class education from the brightest professors in the world, the best research facilities, and an opportunity to apply the skills you gained by working for one of the many companies doing cutting-edge work in your field. In addition to the high-quality education and high-paying jobs, the experience of moving to a country like the US could give you a completely new perspective on life because of its openness, freedom, and equal opportunity. The American dream is not a myth. 

When is the best time to apply?

Universities take students in various semesters – Fall, Spring, and Summer. Out of these, the Fall semester has the highest intake. Once you have picked the universities you wish to apply to, you can go to their websites and check application deadlines for each semester. Most universities process applications on a rolling basis which means they evaluate applications in several rounds. These evaluations start before the deadline. So, it is not wise to wait till the deadline to apply. The sooner you apply, the better it is.

Process Overview

  • Choosing a list of universities you wish to apply to. 
  • Checking application deadlines for each university
  • Writing the GRE and Toefl exams
  • Checking application requirements for each university – typically they need a Statement of Purpose (SOP), online application, letters of recommendation from your professors/previous employers
  • If applying for a Master’s degree, get a WES evaluation done for your Bachelor’s degree
  • Waiting to get a decision – typically takes at least 8-10 weeks
  • Getting admits from one or more universities and choosing the one you want to go to
  • Your university sending you an I-20 document 
  • Obtaining proof of funds according to the I-20 document
  • Filing a DS-160 for an F1 visa
  • Scheduling your F1 visa appointment 
  • Obtaining F1 visa
  • Booking your tickets and landing in the USA

What exams do I need to take to study in the USA?

Most US universities require you to write a GRE/GMAT and TOEFL/IELTS exams to be eligible to apply for a Master’s Degree in most majors. If you wish to pursue an MBA, you will likely need to write the GMAT exam instead of the GRE. You should confirm the requirements for the universities that you plan to apply to well before the application deadline.

Can I get a scholarship to study in the USA?

Many universities have scholarship programs that you can apply to. This information is usually accessible on university websites. Additionally, several private scholarships/financial aid are available for foreign students. Scholarships are awarded based on a variety of factors including field of study, level of education,  individual’s academic record, and available funding. Book a free consultation to learn more about scholarships you may be eligible for

What is the STEM OPT extension?

If you have earned a degree in certain science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields, you can apply for a 24-month extension of your employment authorization. To be eligible for STEM OPT extension, you:

  • Should be an F-1 student who received a STEM degree included on the STEM Designated Degree Program List  (PDF);
  • Should be employed by an employer who is enrolled in and is using E-Verify; and
  • Should have received an initial grant of post-completion OPT employment authorization based on your STEM degree.

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