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Capital

Washington D.C.

Per Capita Income

63935.00 USD

Monetary Unit

1 Dollar = 100 Cents

Boundary

The USA is bordered to the North by Canada and to the South by Mexico.

Life Expectancy

76 years for men and 81 years for women

Main Exports

Computers and electrical equipment, vehicles, chemical products, food and livestock, as well as military equipment and aircraft.

Largest City

New York

Official language

English and Spanish

Area

3.79 Million Square Miles

Religion

52% of Americans are Protestant Christains of various denominations, 24% are Catholics

Economy

The American economy displays diversity, encompassing sectors ranging from automobile manufacturing to internet technology, agriculture, and nearly everything in between

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Important information regarding the admission in USA

 

  • Scholarship application deadlines typically precede the official application deadline by several months.
  • Test scores must be submitted directly by the respective testing agencies. For example, IELTS scores by IDP, TOEFL and GRE by ETS, and SAT by College Board.
  • Transcripts and recommendation letters should be official, sealed, and stamped.
  • Certain universities may require Indian academic credentials to be evaluated according to the US academic equivalence standard, such as WES.
  • Drafting a compelling Statement of Purpose (SOP) or study plan enhances the likelihood of admission and securing scholarships.
  • The admission decision may take anywhere from 4 to 12 weeks from the application submission date.
  • Students in their final year of graduation are eligible to apply for conditional admission.

INSTITUTES WE REPRESENT

Admission Prerequisites

For Undergraduate (Associate & Bachelor’s Degree):

  • Academic Requirement: A minimum of 50% marks in the most recently completed examination.
  • Language Proficiency (Choose one):
  • IELTS: An overall score of 6.0 Bands.
  • TOEFL: A score of 75 out of 120.
  • SAT Score: A minimum of 1000 out of 1600.
  • Proof of Financial Resources for Study: Between INR 25 Lakhs to 40 Lakhs.

For Postgraduate (Master/PhD):

  • Academic Requirement: A minimum of 50% marks in the most recent examination.
  • Language Proficiency (Choose one):
  • IELTS: An overall score of 6.5 Bands.
  • TOEFL: A score between 80-100 out of 120.
  • GRE Score: A score of 300+ out of 340.
  • Proof of Financial Resources for Study is required.

 

Estimated Average Annual Costs:

Undergraduate (Associate/Bachelor’s Degree)
Approximately US$ 10,000 to 30,000
(equivalent to INR 7,50,000 to 22,25,000).
Post Graduate (Master’s Degree)
Roughly US$ 15,000 to 30,000
(equivalent to INR 11,25,000 to 22,25,000).
Cost of Living
Typically around US$ 8,500 to 15,000 per year
(equivalent to INR 6,37,500 to 11,25,000).

(Note: Exchange rate used: 1 US$ ≈ INR 75 Approx.)

 

Important points:

  • Some universities accept a total of 5 years (12+3) for certain programs if the institution in India holds an “A” accreditation from NAAC (National Assessment & Accreditation Council).
  • Admission into Master’s programs for Computer Science, MBA, and Public Health courses, as well as other programs through Pathway programs, is possible with a 3-year bachelor’s degree.
  • Certain universities offer admission without requiring GRE/GMAT/SAT scores.
  • Students with lower scores in TOEFL/IELTS can gain admission through pathway programs or English as a second language programs at select universities.

Process flow for study in USA

 

  • Sign up for the services and select a minimum of five universities that align with your profile.
  • Complete both online and offline application processes, submitting your online application and sending admission materials before the deadline. Keep track of the application progress, including any additional requirements from universities.
  • Ensure you receive your I-20 form in a timely manner.
  • Make your SEVIS Fee payment online.
  • Complete the Visa Application Form (DS160) and pay the visa fee.
  • Arrange an appointment for your Visa Interview.
  • Participate in a pre-departure orientation session.
  • Wishing you a smooth journey ahead!

Part-time employment options during your studies and practical learning opportunities after graduation (CPT/OPT)

 

On-Campus Employment:

During the academic term, students can engage in on-campus work for up to 20 hours per week.

During holidays, full-time on-campus work, up to 40 hours per week, is permitted.

 

Positions Available Include:

  • Teaching Assistantships
  • Research Assistantships
  • Fellowships
  • Hourly Employment in areas like Food Services, Library, Event Coordination, Laboratory Assistance, and more.

  

Optional Practical Training (OPT):

  • Students who are enrolled full-time and have completed at least one full academic year are eligible for OPT.
  • F-1 visa holders can apply for a 12-month OPT, with the possibility of a 24-month extension if they have a degree in Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics (STEM).

 

Curriculum Practical Training (CPT):

  • To qualify for CPT, students must have maintained lawful status for 9 months and must currently hold F-1 status.
  • CPT can be pursued on either a full-time basis (more than 20 hours per week) or a part-time basis (20 hours or less per week).

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