Study in United States

Why study in the US?

The United States is one of the top study destinations in the world. Every year millions of students from around the globe apply to the institutions in the US to get access to the finest education and secure their future.
Although over the years, endless options have become available for aspirants, the US still continues to be the top choice.
USA is far from the safest country in the world. If we take a look at the Global Peace Index of 2019, which measures the peacefulness and general safety of 163 nations across the globe, the United States ranks 128th

Student visa requirements for the US

The US Government offers three different student visa types:

  • F-1 Student Visa
    • To study at an accredited US college or university or to study English at an English language institute
    • J Exchange Visa
      • For participation in an exchange program, including high school and university study
      • M Student Visa
        • For non-academic or vocational study or training in the US

How to Get a Student Visa:

  • Apply and Get Accepted to a US School
  • Receive Form I-20 or DS-2019 From Your School
  • Pay the I-901 SEVIS Fee
  • Find Your Nearest US Embassy or Consulate
  • Complete Form DS-160 Online
  • Schedule Your Visa Interview
  • Pay Your Visa Application Fee
  • Attend Your Visa Interview
  • Pay the Visa Issuance Fee (If Required)
  • Receive Your Visa

Why study in the USA?

The United States of America (USA) hosts the most number of international students in the world. Quality education, unique curriculum, multicultural environment, and abundant opportunities are just some of the reasons why many Indian students want to study in the US.
1. Academic excellence
2. Flexible education system
3. Excellent support system for international students
4. Cultural diversity
5. Lively and vibrant campus life
6. Career Opportunities
7. Research and Training opportunities
8. Use of technology

List of Top universities in the US

  • Stanford University
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Harvard University
  • Princeton University
  • California Institute of Technology
  • University of Chicago
  • University of Pennsylvania
  • Columbia University
  • Yale University
  • Johns Hopkins University