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Study in the US

The United States, known for its groundbreaking innovation and research, is a popular choice among international students, coming in third place behind those interested in studying in Canada and the United Kingdom. Every year, more than 1.1 million applicants (Institute of International Education [IIE]) travel to the United States to study for an advanced degree at one of the worlds most prestigious institutions.

S.No. Study level Average fees (in USD)
1 Undergraduate bachelors
degree
$20,000 to $40,000 per year
2 Postgraduate masters
degree
$28,000 to $55,000 per year
3 Doctoral degree $28,000 to $55,000 per year

Why study in the USA?

Choosing a nation to study while living thousands of miles away from home is a dream for some and a long-term investment. Against this backdrop, the United States has long been a preferred destination for people from all over the world seeking higher education. According to U.S. News & World Report, the United States has 48 top universities out of the top 100 in the world.
● Top Institutions
When it comes to some of the best universities for higher education, the United States of America has the lion;s share. 15 American institutions are among the top 20 universities in the world, according to Times Higher Education. According to QS World Rankings, MIT, Stanford, Harvard, and Caltech are the top four institutions in the world.
The United States offers a variety of degrees that are ‘STEM eligible,& allowing international students to stay in the country for an additional two years after completing their degrees to gain practical experience beyond the standard one-year allowance while also working for a US-based organization.

● Flexible Education System
The credit transfer system in the United States of America provides for more flexibility in the educational system. Students at the undergraduate level are encouraged to investigate several fields and pick a major by the end of their second year. Offering a variety of traditional and non-traditional majors and minors and the freedom to choose which, when, and how many classes to take each semester create a highly strengthening structure that lets each individual grow and change according to their strengths and limitations.
● A Wide Range of Courses
Over 2 million programs are available through 4- and 2-year schools, including Bachelors and Masters degrees and Doctoral, Vocational, Associate, and Certificate programs.
● Research and Development
The United States is at the top in research and development. According to the National Science Foundation, universities spent about 22 billion dollars on research and innovation in 2015.
● Prospects for Employment
After completing their degrees, 62 percent of overseas students find work in the United States. The typical pay range after a four-year degree in the United States is approximately 61,000 to 1 20,700 USD at the mid-career level.

Cost of studying in the US:
S.No. Study level Average fees (in USD)
1 Undergraduate bachelors
degree
$20,000 to $40,000 per year
2 Postgraduate masters
degree
$28,000 to $55,000 per year
3 Doctoral degree $28,000 to $55,000 per year

Work in the US

The United States is known for being a nation of limitless possibilities, and the vast employment market allows many people to discover their ideal careers. As of May 2017, the United States Census Bureau reported 159.8 million employed people over 16. However, not all of them worked in Silicon Valley. In the United States, the service sector generates the
most jobs. According to the data, the retail industry employs the most people in the US, with 4,528,550 salespeople and 3,541,010 cashiers. The food business, which employs 3,426,090 food preparers and fast-food employees, is not far behind the retail sector. The list includes:

● office clerks
● registered nurses
● customer service representatives
● freight and stock movers
● waiters and waitresses
● Secretaries

According to the Bureau of Labour Statistics, the fastest increasing jobs from now through 2024 will be:

● wind turbine technicians
● occupational therapy assistants
● physical therapist assistants
● home health aides
● commercial divers.

Steps for Studying in the US:

The following is a 6-step application method for studying in the US.

1. Research your options: Rankings, costs, prestige, and the availability of the program of your choice, as well as the average acceptance rate and entrance standards of that organisation, are all crucial pointers to consider.

2. Make a financial plan: The cost of education in the United States varies depending on the curriculum, institute (private or public), and study degree (bachelors, masters, or doctoral). For example, while a bachelors degree in the United States may cost anywhere from $15,000 to $55,000 per year, a masters degree can cost anywhere from $15,000 to 30,000 per year.

3. Prepare your application as follows: Plan ahead of time for your application and keep track of what elements have the biggest impact on the institutes admissions process. Work on your student profile, with letters of reference, personal essays, statements of purpose, and the interview process receiving special attention.

4. Look for standardised tests to study: International applicants must provide proof of English proficiency in the form of the IELTS/TOEFL or a comparable exam. Other tests, such as the GRE/GMAT or the SAT/ACT, might be required depending on the course and program level you pick.

5. Apply for a visa: Once you have received an offer of admission from the university and an I-20, the next step is to apply for a student visa at the nearest US Embassy or consulate.

6. Prepare to depart: Once your visa has been accepted, pack your belongings, notify your university, and get ready to board a plane to your ideal location.

Top Student Cities in the US-

1. New York-
In the QS Best Student Cities 2019, New York was placed among the top 20 cities for students, and there is no shortage of things to see and do. From Broadways prominent buildings and brilliant lights to Harlem;s cultural hub and the world-famous Statue of Liberty. In the city, there are 110 universities and institutions. Fordham University, the City University of New York, and Pace University are among the well- known institutions.

2. Boston-
Boston is one of Americas most famous cities, having played a key role in the American Revolutionary War and the current United States creation. It is also close to Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, two of the worlds most prestigious universities (MIT). The city has diversified nightlife, excellent culinary options and is located on a natural harbor with all of the natural splendor.

3. Chicago-
The Institution of Chicago, which is regarded as the worlds 10th best university by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2021 (THE), and Northwestern University, placed in the top 30 by THE, are among them. The Navy Pier, Millennium Park, and the Field Museum of Natural History are just a few of Chicago’s renowned attractions. If you’re a sports enthusiast, make a point of stopping by the United Centre to see the world-famous monument of basketball great Michael Jordan.

4. San Francisco-
QS has ranked it as one of the best 50 student cities globally, and it provides a fantastic lifestyle for international students. San Francisco is known for its excellent internship, work placement, and job options. This is unsurprising because it is home to some of the worlds most powerful corporations, like Apple, Google, and Facebook.

5. Philadelphia
Philadelphia, dubbed the city of brotherly love,; is one of the most outstanding student cities in the United States. The city is ranked 7th in the United States in the QS Best Student Cities 2019 rankings, which is not unexpected given all it has to offer. Philadelphia is an Ivy League city, with the top-ranked University of Pennsylvania (UPenn) located inside its borders. The QS World University Rankings 2021 place UPenn in the top 20 universities globally, and it also places highly in other fields such as medicine and engineering.

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