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    Facts about studying in US

    • Maximum options for immigrant students
    • Get to legally work for a year after completing your course
    • Affordable living expenses, and great earning opportunities
    • Work for 20 hours during a week during the course of study
    • Home to some of the best institutions in the world

    1. Select desired level of study

    Bachelors (151)
    Masters (48)

    Academic Excellence

    Having some of the finest institutions in the world, the US is an outstanding place to be for education. You can get some outstanding programs at undergraduate level, the graduate level as well as the post graduate level. From science and research to technology, there is no dearth of options for students to select a field of study. The fact that US degrees are recognized throughout the world makes it an excellent choice for starting your foreign education journey.

    Entry requirements for Bachelor’s level

    • Completion of secondary education (12 years) from a recognized institute
    • Diploma or high school certificate
    • English proficiency – TOEFL 68 – 80 or IELTS 5.5-6 aggregate

    Entry requirements for Master’s level

    • Completion of international equivalent of North American Bachelor’s degree (4-years)
    • Official transcripts of colleges attended
    • English proficiency – TOEFL 79 – 95 or IELTS 6.5 aggregate
    • Letters of recommendation (2)
    • Specific requirements for individual courses

    Work options

    Students can work for up to 20 hours per week during the session. But during extended holidays, students are allowed to work for up to 40 hours per week. So, there is a good scope earning while you are studying in the country.

    Types of Student Visas

    • F1 Visa – for academic studies
    • J1 Visa – for practical training
    • M1 Visa – for non-academic or vocational studies
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