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The United States of America (U.S.A.)
The United States of America known as The U.S.A or U.S. is the most selected destination for higher
education by International Students all over the world. Its quality education is always in top. Being a
country of 50 states, it is one of the biggest countries in the world in terms of area, wealth and
prosperity having 327.2 million people. Although English is an official language, Spanish is also widely
spoken in U.S. The biggest cities of USA are:

  1. New York
  2. Los Angeles
  3. Chicago
  4. Houston
  5. Phoenix
  6. Philadelphia
  7. San Antonio
  8. San Diego
  9. Dallas
  10. San Jose

GRE: Graduate Record Examinations
Total Score: 340

The education system in United States are categorized in 3 areas: public, private and home schooling.
Private universities, colleges and schools are really expensive whereas public universities, colleges and
schools are funded by US government. Also we can find the colleges and schools funded by community
which is called community colleges or schools.
USA always welcomes International Students who want to get degrees from US Universities. Also,
International students can apply for scholarships in both private and public colleges and universities
depending upon their academic performances, SAT, GRE, GMAT and TOEFL or I.E.L.T.S score. If eligible,
students can obtain up to 100% scholarship for their study in US.
SAT: Scholastic Assessment Test
Total Score: 1,600
Types: SAT & SAT Subject Test
Section: Math, Evidence based reading and writing and Essay (optional)
Min Score Needed: 1,000 (Based on colleges & universities)
Time: 3 hours (Plus 50 minutes if optional essay is taken)
Popular for: Undergraduate course in USA and Canada
Time: 80 Minutes (Math) & 100 Minutes (Evidence based reading)
For More: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SAT
SAT Exam Booking Site: www.collegeboard.org

Types: General GRE Test and GRE Subjects Test
Section: Analytical Writing, Verbal Reasoning & Quantitative Reasoning
Min & max score: 260 to 346
For More: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graduate_Record_Examinations
GRE Exam Booking Site: https://www.ets.org/gre/revised_general/register/

GMAT: Graduate Management Admission Test
Total Score: 200 to 800
Section: Analytical Writing, Verbal Reasoning & Quantitative Reasoning
For More: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graduate_Management_Admission_Test
GMAT Exam Booking Site: www.mba.com
TOEFL: Test of English as Foreign Language
Total Score: 120
Section: Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking
Types: Internet Based (IBT) and Paper Based (PBT)
Min & Max Score: 61 to 110 (Based on Universities and Colleges)

For More: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Test_of_English_as_a_Foreign_Language
TOEFL Exam Booking Site: https://www.ets.org/toefl/ibt/register

Most of the Universities and Colleges accept I.E.L.T.S. as well TOEFL too. The main intake in the USA are
August Intake (fall) and September Intake (spring). We suggest students to apply in August Intake
because most of the universities and colleges provide scholarships for their students.
To apply for August Intake, you must prepare at least one year prior to your application deadline.
Depending upon the education providers chosen by students, the requirements for enrollment may vary.
Hence providing self with enough time for preparation with documents and English language test.
Students must start preparing from no later than September to apply for August intake next year. By
December student need to submit applications, along with statement of purpose and recommendation
letters. Universities & Colleges will send their acceptance or rejection letter by May in the following
year.

Funs and Facts of U.S.A.
1 Do you know Americans consume 3 billion pizzas per years
2 Counting about the inventor or scientist U.S.A. have maximum number of inventors.
3 Do you know the GPS is fully controlled and owned by US Government and can be “switched of”
any time.
4 America is also known as “The Land of Free” where American have right to express themselves
freely in speech and print.
5 The current USA flag was designed by a Robert G. Heft 17 years old boy during school project.
He got originally B for the project but later he was awarded an A after the flag was accepted by
the congress.
6 The US is the only country in the world who has set foot on the moon. They are number one in
space exploration.
7 U.S have won the most Olympic Medals of all times.
8 In the U.S.A. the most common name given to their children are James and Marry.
9 The U.S.A purchased Alaska from Russia for just 7.2$ million in 1867.

A young experiment with democracy and a shared national love for fried food, the United States has a long, unique history, especially with producing some of our favorite films and television shows. Add in an enthusiastic love for baseball and (American) football, and you’d come close to arriving at the image of American culture.

The U.S. is a massive place, with each state containing its own history; and when you’re going from one side to another, it feels as if you’re going from planet to planet.

International students from all over the world look to study in the U.S.A., and travelers and explorers are often looking to find out whether Americans are as loud and silly as they are on television (spoiler: they are). Being a student, though, brings you in contact with the top-ranked and largest universities in the world, and they are ready to welcome students like you every year.

Why study in the U.S.?

You only need to look at the university rankings to see that U.S. universities dominate the lists of the best universities in the world. But, if you’re inclined to ignore these rankings, you can also be easily astounded by the sheer number of accredited universities the U.S. higher education system offers. In fact, according to the Association of American Colleges and Universities, there are 2,613 accredited four-year colleges and universities in the U.S.! Holy cow!

In the U.S., secondary schools are divided into different categories: research universities, community colleges, liberal arts colleges, and vocational schools. Depending on your needs, these different colleges and institutions have something to offer you. Most commonly, however, if you’re looking for an international education and a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree program, you’re probably looking for a research university or a liberal arts college.

At any university in the U.S., they are interested in welcoming students from everywhere in the world. The classes are all delivered in English, and the universities and graduate schools offer extra help and assistance to students who are travelling from other countries. And, though the majority of Americans speak English, there is no official national language in the U.S.

What to study in the United States?

All over the U.S., universities offer a lot of topics and degree programmes that you can choose from. Some of the biggest names, at the biggest Ivy League schools, teach programmes in the subject you’re most interested in. Here are some of the subjects you can consider:

  • Study Biotechnology in the U.S.
  • Study Entrepreneurship in the U.S.
  • Study Health Management in the U.S.
  • Study for an MBA in the U.S.
  • Study International Relations in the U.S.

Major cities in the U.S.

In every major city in the U.S., you’ll find a large, diverse community of people that live nearby the university of your dreams. Take a look at some of the big cities to choose from:

  • Study in Chicago
  • Study in New York City
  • Study in Los Angeles
  • Study in Boston
  • Study in San Francisco
  • Study in Atlanta
  • Study in Seattle
  • Study in Tampa
  • Study in Miami
  • Study in Charlotte
  • Study in Minneapolis

Which universities to attend in the U.S.

Although the Ivy League universities, plus Stanford and M.I.T., are all major, world-renowned universities to pick from, there are literally hundreds of universities all over the country. Below we’ll run through some of the lesser-known favourites:

  • The New School
  • Columbia University
  • California State University Northridge
  • Georgia Tech
  • Harvard Kennedy School
  • Johns Hopkins University
  • University of Illinois at Chicago
  • Louisiana State University
  • Mississippi State University

Practical Information

Helpful ways to make sure you qualify for an American university

Take Preparation Courses: These kinds of courses enable degree-seeking students to get an extra educational boost just before they start their Master’s degree or other post-graduate degree programmes. Try a pre-M.B.A., pre-Law, or pre-Medicine programme, as well as any other foundation or preparation courses that will allow you to study in the degree programme of your choice;

Improve your English through an English-language prep course: If you’re attending a degree programme in the U.S., you will need to prove that your language skills are good enough to participate in the classes and understand the lectures. These courses will also prepare you for any of the English-language tests that universities require.

 English-language tests: To apply to study in the U.S., you’ll need to provide proof you have a diploma for your English proficiency.

The certificates generally accepted by the universities in India are:

  • TOEFL
  • IELTS
  • C1 Advanced or C2 Proficiency
  • GRE
  • GMAT
  • SAT

Still, you should always check on your university’s website, just to be sure what the exact requirements are.

Study in United States

A young experiment with democracy and a shared national love for fried food, the United States has a long, unique history, especially with producing some of our favorite films and television shows. Add in an enthusiastic love for baseball and (American) football, and you’d come close to arriving at the image of American culture.

The U.S. is a massive place, with each state containing its own history; and when you’re going from one side to another, it feels as if you’re going from planet to planet.

International students from all over the world look to study in the U.S.A., and travelers and explorers are often looking to find out whether Americans are as loud and silly as they are on television (spoiler: they are). Being a student, though, brings you in contact with the top-ranked and largest universities in the world, and they are ready to welcome students like you every year.

Why study in the U.S.?

You only need to look at the university rankings to see that U.S. universities dominate the lists of the best universities in the world. But, if you’re inclined to ignore these rankings, you can also be easily astounded by the sheer number of accredited universities the U.S. higher education system offers. In fact, according to the Association of American Colleges and Universities, there are 2,613 accredited four-year colleges and universities in the U.S.! Holy cow!

In the U.S., secondary schools are divided into different categories: research universities, community colleges, liberal arts colleges, and vocational schools. Depending on your needs, these different colleges and institutions have something to offer you. Most commonly, however, if you’re looking for an international education and a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree program, you’re probably looking for a research university or a liberal arts college.

At any university in the U.S., they are interested in welcoming students from everywhere in the world. The classes are all delivered in English, and the universities and graduate schools offer extra help and assistance to students who are traveling from other countries. And, though the majority of Americans speak English, there is no official national language in the U.S.

What to study in the United States?

All over the U.S., universities offer a lot of topics and degree programme that you can choose from. Some of the biggest names, at the biggest Ivy League schools, teach programme in the subject you’re most interested in. Here are some of the subjects you can consider:

  • Study Biotechnology in the U.S.
  • Study Entrepreneurship in the U.S.
  • Study Health Management in the U.S.
  • Study for an MBA in the U.S.
  • Study International Relations in the U.S.

Major cities in the U.S.

In every major city in the U.S., you’ll find a large, diverse community of people that live nearby the university of your dreams. Take a look at some of the big cities to choose from:

  • Study in Chicago
  • Study in New York City
  • Study in Los Angeles
  • Study in Boston
  • Study in San Francisco
  • Study in Atlanta
  • Study in Seattle
  • Study in Tampa
  • Study in Miami
  • Study in Charlotte
  • Study in Minneapolis

Which universities to attend in the U.S.

Although the Ivy League universities, plus Stanford and M.I.T., are all major, world-renowned universities to pick from, there are literally hundreds of universities all over the country. Below we’ll run through some of the lesser-known favorites:

  • The New School
  • Columbia University
  • California State University North ridge
  • Georgia Tech
  • Harvard Kennedy School
  • Johns Hopkins University
  • University of Illinois at Chicago
  • Louisiana State University
  • Mississippi State University

Practical Information

Helpful ways to make sure you qualify for an American university

Take Preparation Courses: These kinds of courses enable degree-seeking students to get an extra educational boost just before they start their Master’s degree or other post-graduate degree programmes. Try a pre-M.B.A., pre-Law, or pre-Medicine programme, as well as any other foundation or preparation courses that will allow you to study in the degree programme of your choice;

Improve your English through an English-language prep course: If you’re attending a degree programme in the U.S., you will need to prove that your language skills are good enough to participate in the classes and understand the lectures. These courses will also prepare you for any of the English-language tests that universities require.

 English-language tests: To apply to study in the U.S., you’ll need to provide proof you have a diploma for your English proficiency.

The certificates generally accepted by the universities in India are:

  • TOEFL
  • IELTS
  • C1 Advanced or C2 Proficiency
  • GRE
  • GMAT
  • SAT

Still, you should always check on your university’s website, just to be sure what the exact requirements are.

Study in United States

A young experiment with democracy and a shared national love for fried food, the United States has a long, unique history, especially with producing some of our favorite films and television shows. Add in an enthusiastic love for baseball and (American) football, and you’d come close to arriving at the image of American culture.

The U.S. is a massive place, with each state containing its own history; and when you’re going from one side to another, it feels as if you’re going from planet to planet.

International students from all over the world look to study in the U.S.A., and travelers and explorers are often looking to find out whether Americans are as loud and silly as they are on television (spoiler: they are). Being a student, though, brings you in contact with the top-ranked and largest universities in the world, and they are ready to welcome students like you every year.

Why study in the U.S.?

You only need to look at the university rankings to see that U.S. universities dominate the lists of the best universities in the world. But, if you’re inclined to ignore these rankings, you can also be easily astounded by the sheer number of accredited universities the U.S. higher education system offers. In fact, according to the Association of American Colleges and Universities, there are 2,613 accredited four-year colleges and universities in the U.S.! Holy cow!

In the U.S., secondary schools are divided into different categories: research universities, community colleges, liberal arts colleges, and vocational schools. Depending on your needs, these different colleges and institutions have something to offer you. Most commonly, however, if you’re looking for an international education and a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree program, you’re probably looking for a research university or a liberal arts college.

At any university in the U.S., they are interested in welcoming students from everywhere in the world. The classes are all delivered in English, and the universities and graduate schools offer extra help and assistance to students who are travelling from other countries. And, though the majority of Americans speak English, there is no official national language in the U.S.

What to study in the United States?

All over the U.S., universities offer a lot of topics and degree programmes that you can choose from. Some of the biggest names, at the biggest Ivy League schools, teach programmes in the subject you’re most interested in. Here are some of the subjects you can consider:

  • Study Biotechnology in the U.S.
  • Study Entrepreneurship in the U.S.
  • Study Health Management in the U.S.
  • Study for an MBA in the U.S.
  • Study International Relations in the U.S.

Major cities in the U.S.

In every major city in the U.S., you’ll find a large, diverse community of people that live nearby the university of your dreams. Take a look at some of the big cities to choose from:

  • Study in Chicago
  • Study in New York City
  • Study in Los Angeles
  • Study in Boston
  • Study in San Francisco
  • Study in Atlanta
  • Study in Seattle
  • Study in Tampa
  • Study in Miami
  • Study in Charlotte
  • Study in Minneapolis

Which universities to attend in the U.S.

Although the Ivy League universities, plus Stanford and M.I.T., are all major, world-renowned universities to pick from, there are literally hundreds of universities all over the country. Below we’ll run through some of the lesser-known favourites:

  • The New School
  • Columbia University
  • California State University Northridge
  • Georgia Tech
  • Harvard Kennedy School
  • Johns Hopkins University
  • University of Illinois at Chicago
  • Louisiana State University
  • Mississippi State University

Practical Information

Helpful ways to make sure you qualify for an American university

Take Preparation Courses: These kinds of courses enable degree-seeking students to get an extra educational boost just before they start their Master’s degree or other post-graduate degree programmes. Try a pre-M.B.A., pre-Law, or pre-Medicine programme, as well as any other foundation or preparation courses that will allow you to study in the degree programme of your choice;

Improve your English through an English-language prep course: If you’re attending a degree programme in the U.S., you will need to prove that your language skills are good enough to participate in the classes and understand the lectures. These courses will also prepare you for any of the English-language tests that universities require.

 English-language tests: To apply to study in the U.S., you’ll need to provide proof you have a diploma for your English proficiency.

The certificates generally accepted by the universities in India are:

  • TOEFL
  • IELTS
  • C1 Advanced or C2 Proficiency
  • GRE
  • GMAT
  • SAT

Still, you should always check on your university’s website, just to be sure what the exact requirements are.

Study in United States

A young experiment with democracy and a shared national love for fried food, the United States has a long, unique history, especially with producing some of our favorite films and television shows. Add in an enthusiastic love for baseball and (American) football, and you’d come close to arriving at the image of American culture.

The U.S. is a massive place, with each state containing its own history; and when you’re going from one side to another, it feels as if you’re going from planet to planet.

International students from all over the world look to study in the U.S.A., and travelers and explorers are often looking to find out whether Americans are as loud and silly as they are on television (spoiler: they are). Being a student, though, brings you in contact with the top-ranked and largest universities in the world, and they are ready to welcome students like you every year.

Why study in the U.S.?

You only need to look at the university rankings to see that U.S. universities dominate the lists of the best universities in the world. But, if you’re inclined to ignore these rankings, you can also be easily astounded by the sheer number of accredited universities the U.S. higher education system offers. In fact, according to the Association of American Colleges and Universities, there are 2,613 accredited four-year colleges and universities in the U.S.! Holy cow!

In the U.S., secondary schools are divided into different categories: research universities, community colleges, liberal arts colleges, and vocational schools. Depending on your needs, these different colleges and institutions have something to offer you. Most commonly, however, if you’re looking for an international education and a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree program, you’re probably looking for a research university or a liberal arts college.

At any university in the U.S., they are interested in welcoming students from everywhere in the world. The classes are all delivered in English, and the universities and graduate schools offer extra help and assistance to students who are travelling from other countries. And, though the majority of Americans speak English, there is no official national language in the U.S.

What to study in the United States?

All over the U.S., universities offer a lot of topics and degree programmes that you can choose from. Some of the biggest names, at the biggest Ivy League schools, teach programmes in the subject you’re most interested in. Here are some of the subjects you can consider:

  • Study Biotechnology in the U.S.
  • Study Entrepreneurship in the U.S.
  • Study Health Management in the U.S.
  • Study for an MBA in the U.S.
  • Study International Relations in the U.S.

Major cities in the U.S.

In every major city in the U.S., you’ll find a large, diverse community of people that live nearby the university of your dreams. Take a look at some of the big cities to choose from:

  • Study in Chicago
  • Study in New York City
  • Study in Los Angeles
  • Study in Boston
  • Study in San Francisco
  • Study in Atlanta
  • Study in Seattle
  • Study in Tampa
  • Study in Miami
  • Study in Charlotte
  • Study in Minneapolis

Which universities to attend in the U.S.

Although the Ivy League universities, plus Stanford and M.I.T., are all major, world-renowned universities to pick from, there are literally hundreds of universities all over the country. Below we’ll run through some of the lesser-known favourites:

  • The New School
  • Columbia University
  • California State University Northridge
  • Georgia Tech
  • Harvard Kennedy School
  • Johns Hopkins University
  • University of Illinois at Chicago
  • Louisiana State University
  • Mississippi State University

Practical Information

Helpful ways to make sure you qualify for an American university

Take Preparation Courses: These kinds of courses enable degree-seeking students to get an extra educational boost just before they start their Master’s degree or other post-graduate degree programmes. Try a pre-M.B.A., pre-Law, or pre-Medicine programme, as well as any other foundation or preparation courses that will allow you to study in the degree programme of your choice;

Improve your English through an English-language prep course: If you’re attending a degree programme in the U.S., you will need to prove that your language skills are good enough to participate in the classes and understand the lectures. These courses will also prepare you for any of the English-language tests that universities require.

 English-language tests: To apply to study in the U.S., you’ll need to provide proof you have a diploma for your English proficiency.

The certificates generally accepted by the universities in India are:

  • TOEFL
  • IELTS
  • C1 Advanced or C2 Proficiency
  • GRE
  • GMAT
  • SAT

Still, you should always check on your university’s website, just to be sure what the exact requirements are.