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U.S.A.

The United States of America (USA) is a federal constitutional republic made up of 50 states (48 continental states, plus Alaska and Hawaii the two newest states) and one federal district - Washington, D.C., the capital district. The country is situated in the central southern part of North America almost entirely in the western hemisphere. The USA is washed by the Atlantic Ocean in the east and by the Pacific Ocean in the west. The mainland United States borders Canada to the north and Mexico to the south.

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Why Study in U.S.A.

There are ample reasons why one should study in the USA. The United States of America has been a global leader in the field of education, setting standards for the quality of faculty, research and the generic experience a student is opened up to when studying overseas. Its commitment to excellence, the extended scope for research and education flexibility are evident in deriving results as is witnessed in the talent that is nurtured and produced at universities in the USA.  

With some of the most prestigious and ancient institutions present in the US, its influence over global power structures - politically, socially and economically - has never been more evident. Whether it's the World Bank, the IMF, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley or the Federal Reserve, all global establishments, private or public, are recruiting talent from the well-known institutions in the US

EDUCATION SYSTEM

One of the most attractive features of the U.S. higher education system is the flexibility it provides through the number and diversity of institution types it encompasses. This diversity offers students options to specialize in a variety of academic disciplines and even gain employment training. More than 4,500 accredited institutions make up U.S. higher education in the United States. Unlike many countries, U.S. higher education institutions are not centrally organized or managed, but are accredited on a national or regional level by independent accrediting bodies. 

A variety of institution types offer higher-education degrees. Liberal arts institutions, for example, offer courses in the arts, humanities, languages, and social and physical sciences. The majority of liberal arts institutions are private. Private colleges and universities are funded by a combination of endowments, gifts from alumni, research grants, and tuition fees. Private colleges and universities are usually smaller than public institutions and can have a religious affiliation or be single-sex schools

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BENEFITS OF STUDYING IN U.S.A.

The US higher education system is always held in high esteem, is extremely prestigious and exerts a powerful influence on the rest of the world

Facilitated to meritorious students who have demonstrated their academic or non academic excellence throughout. In addition to this, exceptionally high scores in standardized tests such as SAT or ACT can also be taken into consideration

Need based scholarships which are based on the financial capacity of deserving candidates. It is offered to those students, whose family resources (as calculated by a standardized formula) are not sufficient to cover the educational costs.

WORK WHILE STUDYING

International students are allowed to work on campus only, these jobs are often difficult to obtain and do not provide sufficient funds to sustain education costs. Students with good academic standing have a better chance

WORK AFTER GRADUATION

There may be opportunities for practical training which entail a period of authorized employment, designed to allow foreign students to have professional work experience related to their field of study.17 months’ extension for STEM Majors. Further details; contact the foreign student adviser at the university, after you are enrolled

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January / August