Study in U.S.A


U.S.A other State Universities

High Lights of U.S Education System

U.S Higher Education System has an international reputation for quality

The range of Educational opportunities in the United States in enormous, diversity of institutions and programs available

Institutional admission policy range from highly selective to open a admissions. Financial Assistance for deserving Students. wide range of activities outside the classroom that will match your interests.

* Cost of Studying in USA

In USA the cost of studying includes the Tuition fee and the living expenses. For one year at university in the U.S.A you should have a total budget of (school, lodging, food, living) somewhere between $15,000 and $38,000.

* Semester Intakes:

January & August

* Time to apply:

Before Apr 15 for Aug intake and before Oct 30 for Jan intake

* Pre Requisite Test:


Is there any specific website that I can refer to get more details?

Register for admissions tests:

Students applying to U.S. colleges and universities must take examinations that measure aptitude and achievement like GMAT and GRE. International students must also take a test that measures English proficiency (TOEFL).These tests are given at test centers around the world. They are “standardized,” so that students take the same test at every test center. Your scores give the Admissions Office a uniform international standard for measuring your ability in comparison with other students. In India these tests are held in most major cities round the year.

Take the admissions tests:

You can have your test scores sent directly to the colleges and universities to which you are applying. You will be asked to indicate the names of these schools when you register to take certain tests, such as the GMAT/ TOEFL/GRE/SAT, you will mark them on your answer sheet when you take other tests, such as TOEFL. The testing agencies will mail your scores to these schools. Later, for a fee, you can ask the testing agencies to send your scores to other schools.

How long may I stay on my F-1 student visa?

When you enter the United States on a student visa, you will usually be admitted for the duration of your student status. That means you may stay as long as you are a full time student, even if the F-1 visa in your passport expires while you are in America.

For example, if you have a visa that is valid for five years that will expire on January 1, 2001, and you are admitted into the U.S. for the duration of your studies (often abbreviated in your passport or on your I-94 card as “D/S”), you may stay in the U.S. as long as you are a full time student. Even if January 1, 2001 passes and your visa expires while in America, you will still be in legal student status. However, if you depart the U.S. with an expired visa, you will need to obtain a new one before being able to return to America and resume your studies. A student visa cannot be renewed or re-issued in the United States; it must be done at an Embassy or Consulate abroad.
How to find any immigration help/ legal help?

How to associate myself with local Indian student community in  USA?

Most Universities have an Indian Student Association where in one  can contact the students  to get help in terms of airport pickup ,initial accommodation at the University. Each state will have a Indian community. Also you will find Language community in each state. For example, Tamil association, Telugu association etc will be there in each state.