Study in USA

STUDY IN U.S.A

The United States of America (U.S.A.)

Capital: Washington D.C.

Area:  Square Kilometers.

Population:  327.2 Million (2018)

Currency: US Dollar (USD)

Official Languages: English

Main Cities: New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Phoenix, Philadelphia, San Antonio, San Diego, Dallas, and San Jose.

The United States of America known as The U.S.A or the U.S. is the most selected destination for higher education by International Students all over the world. Its quality education is always on 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 the U.S. The biggest cities of the USA are:

The education system in the United States is categorized into 3 areas: public, private and homeschooling. Private universities, colleges, and schools are really expensive whereas public universities, colleges, and schools are funded by the US government. Also, we can find the colleges and schools funded by the community which is called community colleges or schools.

The 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 the 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 the optional essay is taken)

Popular for: Undergraduate course in USA and Canada

Time: 80 Minutes (Maths) & 100 Minutes (Evidence-based reading)

GRE: Graduate Record Examinations

Total Score: 340

Types: General GRE Test and GRE Subjects Test

Section: Analytical Writing, Verbal Reasoning & Quantitative Reasoning  

Min & max score: 260 to 346

GMAT: Graduate Management Admission Test

Total Score: 200 to 800

Section: Analytical Writing, Verbal Reasoning & Quantitative Reasoning 

TOEFL:  Test of English as a 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)

Most of the Universities and Colleges accept I.E.L.T.S. as well as TOEFL too. The main intake in the USA is August Intake (fall) and September Intake (spring). We suggest students 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 enrolment may vary. Hence providing self with enough time for preparation with documents and English language tests. 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 a statement of purpose and recommendation letters. Universities & Colleges will send their acceptance or rejection letter by May in the following year.   

Colleges and Universities:

Universities Colleges
Harvard University Dartmouth College
Cabrini University Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Columbia University California Institute of Technology
Stanford University Georgia Institute of Technology
University of California Berkeley Mohawk Valley Community College
University of Michigan Adrian College
University of Southern California Albion College
Brown University Albright College
Texas A & M University Allen College
University of North California Babson College
Victoria International University Bacone College
Yale University Baker College
Rice University Colorado College
University of Pennsylvania Columbia College
Alabama State University Cox College
University of California Los Angeles Dordt College
Cornell University Dowling College
Duke University Earlham College
New York University Florida College
Northwestern University Georgetown College
University of Florida Hilbert College
Georgetown University Indian River State College
University of Minnesota Ithaca College
American University King’s College
The University of Utah Landmark College
Iowa State University Lane College
Texas Tech University Nichols College

Funs and Facts of the U.S.A.

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