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USA offers one of the best educational systems and houses world renowned universities like Harvard, Stanford, MIT, Columbia, Cornell and many more.

Targeting some of the top universities in the world – Harvard, Stanford, MIT, Columbia, Duke – then USA is your study destination.
US higher education institutes offer cutting edge technology, excellent teaching & learning facilities and personalized flexible study programs. The students are free to choose majors and minors depending on their interest.
US universities are known for their science, engineering and technology programs. So if your area of interest is science & technology, contact our counselors to know the options for you.
Most programs offer god financial assistance & scholarships to meritorious students.
For getting good financial aid, aim for a high score in GRE / SAT/ GMAT. Join our tutorials for best guidance & top scores 320+ in GRE & 2100+ in SAT.
Students are also generally entitled up to one year of post-completion practical training. This gives chance to the students to gain practical exposure and search for jobs.
Students can choose from 4000+ colleges & universities which offer Bachelor's, Master's & doctoral programs.
International students also have part time work opportunities generally on campus during the first semester and later also off campus opportunities.
Scholarships & tuition grants upto 100% are available making US a favored destination for Indian students
Almost 70% of the students targeting study abroad choose US.
Popular programs in US include Computer science, IT, Biotechnology, Biomedical, Bioinformatics, Engineering, Art & design.

Why USA?

Global Edge & TOP Universities:

The United States has more higher education institutes that any other country and these offer quality education which is acknowledged worldwide. The teaching fraternity is one of the best in their respective fields. Moreover, the resources, infrastructure and facilities are world class.

Wide choice of courses:

The US universities and colleges offer a large variety of courses and specializations at undergraduate, post graduate and doctoral level. The TOP courses offered are computer science, IT, Information science, Biotechnology, Business and so on.

High class technology & research:

Undoubtedly US offers the latest technological advancement and the same is reflected in the course and teaching methodology of its educational institutions. The research opportunities and facilities provided are one of the best in the world.

Flexibility of courses:

The American education provides lot of flexibility in choosing courses. The colleges and universities allow students to choose majors and minors as per their interest. So a student majoring in engineering can study history as a minor subject.

Financial Assistance:

The amount of financial aid offered in US is the highest world over. The aid ranges from tuition grants, scholarships, assistantships to 100% funding for both tuition fees & living costs. This makes US a cherished destination.

Practical oriented programs:

The courses involve a lot of hands on experience and practical component which makes learning fun and also gives valuable work experience to students. The assessment is also through varied methods which include assignments, projects and lab work but not just examinations.

Education System

US offers a highly flexible education system which comprises of Public Universities, Private Universities, Technical & Community Colleges which offer a range of degrees & courses.

Types of Educational Institutions:
Public Universities:

These are state funded and are large in size offering bachelor's, master's & doctoral programs in different fields of study. They are affordable and well renowned. Some popular public universities include: Pennsylvania State University, Ohio State University, University of California, Kansas State University, University of Texas , California State University, t name a few.

Private Universities:

These are not funded by state/government and hence have a higher fee structure as compared to public universities. Some popular private universities include Carnegie Mellon University, New York University, Long Island University, George Washington University.

Technical Institutes:

These institutes offer science & engineering programs at post graduate & research level. They are very popular among Indian students and require strong academic background & high GRE scores. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, New York Institute of Technology, Georgia Institute of Technology), NYIT New York Institute of Technology) and W.P.I. (Worcester Polytechnic Institute are quite well known among Indian students.

The Ivy League:

These are dream schools for every student and charge the highest tuition rates in the country. The admission is also highly competitive. Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Brown, Dartmouth, Cornell, Columbia, and the University of Pennsylvania are Ivy League universities.

Small Liberal Arts Colleges:

These are mostly private schools offering undergraduate programs in humanities, sciences, and social sciences. Among these schools are: Amherst, Marist, Swarthmore, Manhattan, Smith, Mount Holyoke.

Community Colleges:

Community colleges grant certificates, diplomas and Associates Degree. Some notable community colleges are Ohlone College, De Anza College & Bellevue Community College.

Types of degree:
Associate Degree:

It is awarded by community colleges on completion of 2 years of study after year 12 and is equivalent to the first two years of a four year college or university Bachelors degree. Students generally need to take IELTS/TOEFL exam.

Bachelors Degree:

It is a 4 year degree offered in varied subjects & fields of study. Students generally need to take SAT & TOEFL/IELTS exams for admission.

Masters Degree:

It's a 1-2 year degree program and offers a specialization in area of interest. Most colleges/universities require 16 years of education. Students generally need to take GRE/GMAT & IELTS/TOEFL exams for admission.


PhD programs are of 3-5 years duration and taken up either after Bachelor's or Master's. Students have to take GRE/GMAT & IELTS/TOEFL.

Visa Process

Students aiming to study in USA need t obtain F-1 or M-1 visa depending on their higher education institute:

To enter the United States to attend:

You need the following visa category:

University or college


High School

Private elementary school



Another academic institution, including a language training program

Vocational or other recognized nonacademic institution, other than a language training program


Steps to acquire visa:

The courses involve a lot of hands on experience and practical component which makes learning fun and also gives valuable work experience to students. The assessment is also through varied methods which include assignments, projects and lab work but not just examinations.

Obtain I 20 from US university or college
Complete online application & upload your photograph
Schedule an interview at the US consulate or embassy
Pay the non-refundable visa application fee
Gather required documentation & attend interview
Steps to acquire visa:
Print out of online visa application
Fee Payment receipt
I 20
Financial Documents

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What do I require to apply to TOP universities in USA?

The TOP universities in USA accept students who have a strong academic background, high scores in GRE/SAT/GMAT, required TOEFL score, participation in extracurricular and social work. All the parts of the application are taken together to offer admit.

I have completed 15 years of education in India. Can I get admission in MBA/MS in USA?

Most American universities require 16 years of education for admission to their post graduate programs. So it is advisable to complete 1 year of any Master's program to get admission.

Can I get financial assistance?

Yes, USA is one country which offers strong financial support by way of scholarships, student grants, assistantships and student loans. Many students get up to 100% scholarship.

Can I work part time?

Students are generally allowed to work part time on- campus during the term and full-time during the vacation period. However, some universities also allow off campus work after completion of 1st semester of study.

What is the right time to apply to US universities?

Application process to US universities takes 10-11 months. Therefore those looking at September/Fall intake should start their application process from November-December in the previous year.

Can I take IELTS instead of TOEFL?

Yes, most of the universities in US now accept IELTS. You can check the IELTS website too know the list of US universities that accept IELTS.

Can I work in USA after completion of course?

Yes, undergraduate and graduate students with F-1 status who have completed or have been pursuing their degrees for more than nine months are permitted by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services(USCIS) to work for at most one year on a student visa towards getting practical training to complement their field of studies


The cost of tuition varies widely in US depending on the type of institution & degree program.

Average tuition fee ranges between USD 30,000 to USD 70,000 in private universities & colleges whereas in public universities it ranges between USD 20,000 to USD 40,000.

The living expenses range from $10,000-$16,000 per year and depend on the location.

Given below are approximate per annum costs:

Books and study materials

$500 to $1000

Travel costs

$300 and $700

Room and Board

$3000 and $7500


$500 or more

Personal expenses



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