United States of America (USA)

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TOP UNIVERSITIES

RANKING NAME
1 Harvard University
2 Stanford University
3 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
4 University of California, Berkeley (UCB)
5 Columbia University
6 University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
7 Yale University
8 University of Pennsylvania
9 Princeton University
10 Cornell University
11 New York University (NYU)
12 University of Chicago
13 Duke University
14 Johns Hopkins University
15 University of Southern California

Top 10 Most Popular US Universities and Colleges for International Students

RANK SCHOOL LOCATION
1 University of Southern California Los Angeles, CA
2 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Champaign, IL
3 Purdue University West Lafayette, IN
4 New York University New York, NY
5 Columbia University New York, NY
6 University of California - Los Angeles Los Angeles, CA
7 Northwestern University Evanston, IL
8 University of Michigan - Ann Arbor Ann Arbor, MI
9 Michigan State University East Lansing, MI
10 Pennsylvania State University University Park, PA
     

TOP COURSES

The US is the leading study abroad destination for STEM (Science, Technology,
Engineering, Mathematics) courses. Some of its most popular programs are:

Course Enrollment
Business management 197258
Engineering 196750
Maths and Computer Sciences 112950
Social Sciences 75951
Physical and Life Sciences 73838

TOP CITIES

CITY POPULATION
New York City 83,36,817
Los Angeles 39,79,576
Chicago 26,93,976
Houston 23,20,268
Phoenix 16,80,992
Philadelphia 15,84,064
San Antonio 15,47,253
San Diego 14,23,851
Dallas 13,43,573
San Jose 10,21,795

TOTAL POPULATION

32.82 crores

INDIAN POPULATION

about 2.7 million

INDIAN STUDENTS

about 200,000 (2018-19)

PER Hr MIN WAGE

The federally mandated minimum wage in the United States is 7.25 U.S. dollars per hour, although the minimum wage varies from state to state. As of January 1, 2021, the District of Columbia had the highest minimum wage in the U.S., at 15 U.S. dollars per hour.

Intake & Application Deadlines

US universities have two intakes throughout the year- Fall, Spring. However, Fall is considered to be major ones there are a few colleges and universities for spring.

  • Fall semester starts in September and ends in December

  • Spring semester starts in January and ends in May

  • Application deadlines for Fall are in dec(previous year) / Jan same year

Work while studying: After the first year in college students are eligible to work on campus for 20 hours a week. During breaks and vacations, there is no restriction on the work hours.

International Students Willing To Apply To USA Universities For An MS Course Require:

16 years of education (15yrs also accepted by some universities). English Language Proficiency test scores of TOEFL/IELTS Average GPA of 3.0 or 80% and above. Standardized test scores of GRE/GMAT/LSAT/MCAT depending upon the choice of course. The average tuition fee charged from international students for graduate study is around 35,000 USD per year.

Student Visa

A student visa is applied in F1 visa category after receiving I 20 from university.

Why choose the USA for studies?

The US is the leading study abroad destination for STEM-related courses, but what makes it a preferred destination for international students is because of these reasons:

  • World-renowned Academia
  • Academic Flexibility
  • Better Course Design
  • High Ranking Institutes and Wide Range of Courses
  • Prepares for a Global Career
  • Most recognised degrees

CONS

Low chances of settling in USA post studies in current scenario. High cost of living and education