Study in USA

The United States of America (USA), commonly referred to as the United States (U.S.) or America, is a federal republic composed of 50 states, a federal district, five major territories and various possessions. The 48 contiguous states and Washington, D.C., are in central North America between Canada and Mexico. The territories are scattered about the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea.

The United States is a developed country and has the world’s largest national economy by nominal and real GDP, benefiting from an abundance of natural resources and high worker productivity. While the U.S. economy is considered post-industrial, the country continues to be one of the world’s largest manufacturers. The United States is a top university destination choice for study abroad and hosts more international students than any other country in the world.

 What are the factors that make US, the number one educational hub for international students, 500,000 per year?

Commitment to Excellence:

One of the highest selling points of American education is perhaps its worldwide reputation of commitment to excellence. Only the best students around the world are admitted to the top schools in the US, where quality education is imparted to them by an expertly trained faculty.

Brilliant Scope for Research:

If you are inclined toward academic research, the US is your perfect choice for higher education. You can get the opportunity to earn while you learn, when you enroll into an MS/PhD program. Your research grant will help support your personal needs by waiving your tuition and providing you with a stipend, while the intellectual challenges that you will overcome academically will certainly help satisfy your professional appetite. Funding and grants for most research projects at the university are obtained from either the federal government or reputed multinational corporations in the industry.

Academic Flexibility:

You will soon discover that the education system in the US is a lot different from your home country. The US education system offers a kind of flexibility in terms of the courses that are offered, which enables you select your choice of subject from a variety of topics. You can now specialize in the area of your choice without having to take any unnecessary classes.

Financial Support:

Most universities offer its students grants, loans and stipends to cover their daily expenses as well as tuition in some cases. University assistant ship is provided on the basis of merit rather than financial need. If you can prove your excellence in academics, then your US education may even turn out to be free.

Value Addition and Cultural Enhancement:

Around 30 percent of all international students in the world study in the US.

Understanding American Qualification :

Primary and Secondary School

Prior to higher education, American students attend primary and secondary school for a combined total of 12 years. These years are referred to as the first through twelfth grades.

Around age six, U.S. children begin primary school, which is most commonly called elementary school. They attend five or six years and then go onto secondary school.

Secondary school consists of two programs: the first is middle school or junior high school and the second program is high school. A diploma or certificate is awarded upon graduation from high school. After graduating high school (12th grade), U.S. students may go on to college or university. College or university study is known as “higher education.”

Grading System

Just like American students, you will have to submit your academic transcripts as part of your application for admission to university or college. Academic transcripts are official copies of your academic work. In the U.S. this includes your grades and grade point average (GPA), which are measurements of your academic achievement. Courses are commonly graded using percentages, which are converted into letter grades.

The grading system and GPA in the U.S. can be confusing, especially for international students. The interpretation of grades has a lot of variation. For example, two students who attended different schools both submit their transcripts to the same university. They both have 3.5 GPAs, but one student attended an average high school, while the other attended a prestigious school that was academically challenging. The university might interpret their GPAs differently because the two schools have dramatically different standards.

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Universities & Colleges:

  • Wichita State University.
  • Texas Wesleyan University, Texas
  • Golden Gates University, San Francisco, California
  • Gannon University
  • Trine University
  • Saint Francis University
  • Pittsburg State University.
  • Labette Community College.
  • Butler Community College.
  • Kansas City Community College.
  • University of Texas.
  • Bemidji State University.
  • University of Michigan.
  • Purdue University.
  • Indiana University.
  • University of Central Arkansas.
  • Hawaii Pacific University.
  • University of Missouri.
  • Iowa State of University.
  • California State university.
  • Illinois Institute of Technology.
  • Michigan State University.
  • University of Nebraska.
  • Ohio State university.
  • Oklahoma State University.
  • Arkansas State university.
  • Bemidji State University.
  • University of Minnesota.
  • University of Wisconsin.
  • Central Michigan University.
  • University of Mississippi.
  • University of Waterloo.
  • Hawaii Pacific University.
  • Seattle University.
  • University of Denver.
  • Colorado State University.
  • San Diego State University.
  • University of Oregon.
  • Oklahoma State University.
  • University of Houston.
  • University of Oklahoma.
  • University of Texas.
  • Florida State University.
  • University of Arkansas.
  • University of Kentucky.

Courses :

Business & Management

  • Business
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Masters in Accounting.
  • Masters in Finance.

Engineering & Technology

  • Architecture
  • Computer Science.
  • Electrical Engineering.
  • Mechanical Engineering.

Life Sciences & Medicine

  • Biological Sciences.
  • Medicines
  • Pharmacy
  • Psychology
  • Veterinary Science.

Natural Sciences

  • Astronomy
  • Chemistry
  • Environmental Science.
  • Mathematics
  • Physics

Social Sciences

  • Accounting
  • Business
  • Economies
  • Law
  • Masters in Journalism.
  • Politics