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Study in the most ethnically diverse country in history! Every year, over a million international students choose the US as their study destination attracted to the high quality of education, highly accredited professors, and high standards of living.

The USA accommodates over half of the world's top universities. More than 10 US cities are amongst QS Best Student Cities 2023 top 100.

Excellent international reputation with
high-quality education 

Cultural diversity, specialized services, and support for international students

Academic flexibility

Emphasis on internship and career development

4 Reasons to Study in USA!

Estimated cost of studying in USA

Foundation Courses

6,000 - 20,000 USD/year

Bachelor Degree

20,000 - 40,000 USD/year

Master's Degree

20,000 - 45,000 USD/year

Doctoral Degree

28,000 - 55,000 USD/year

*The cost of studying in the USA will vary depending on: the program, location, and reputation of the institution.

Popular Universities in USA

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Johns Hopkins University

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University of California, Irvine

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Tulane University

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University of Connecticut


Academic transcripts and standardized test scores 

English language proficiency results (IELTS/TOEFL/PTE/CAE)

Official translations of documents in a language other than English

A copy of your passport

Course-specific document requirements (Ex: Portfolio, certificates, related employment)

Statement of purpose & research proposal (Graduate Programs)

Recommendations from professors (Graduate programs)

Application fee, if any

Student Visa Classifications

There are 3 student visa categories that applicants can choose from depending on the purpose and course of study,

A valid passport

School transcripts and test scores as stated on your university application

Most common student visa for international students with funding from friends, family, or by personal financing

F-1 students are eligible to work part-time on campus for a maximum of 20 hours per week during your academic session is in place

Certificate of Eligibility for Nonimmigrant (F-1) Student Status-For Academic and Language Students

Form I-20

A copy of the photo that will be used for the visa (5x5 cm)

Diploma (if applicable)

Institutions and programs must be approved by the Department of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs

Certificate of Eligibility for Exchange Visitor (J-1) Status

Form DS-2019

DS-160 & I-901, and Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) payment confirmation pages

Bank statements
(or other proof of financing)

For students who wish to travel to the US for vocational studies or non-academic purposes. 

The institution must be SEVP-certified

Certificate of Eligibility for Nonimmigrant (M-1) Student Status for Vocational Students

Form I-20

General Visa Requirements

F-1 Visa

International students who want to participate in study- and work-related  exchange programs in US colleges or Universities that are funded by an educational or non-profit sponsor.

J-1 Visa

M-1 Visa

Living Cost Estimates

On average, the living cost in Australia is around 1,000 - 3,000 USD/month. This includes accommodation and food expenses.

Off-Campus Accommodation :
500 - 3,500 USD/month

On-Campus Accommodation
800 - 1,000 USD/month

Food and Groceries
100 - 200 USD/month

Internet :
45 - 50 USD/month

Public Transport :
40 - 100 USD/month

Entertainment :
100 - 250 USD/week

*Living cost estimates may vary depending on state

What They Say About Studying in USA?


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With more than 8 million people living there and making it the most linguistically diverse city in the world, "The City That Never Sleeps" is definitely the perfect epithet for New York!

There are a lot of places to explore-- and things to do; from the Metropolitan Museum of Art to touring every angle of NYC's iconic waterfront, and visiting the iconic Empire State Building, you will never get bored of living and studying there!


New York

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San Francisco

Combining high-tech innovation and a relaxed coastal lifestyle. San Francisco is the fastest growing city in the USA in terms of GDP, which makes it the perfect place to study and explore!

The fact that city is built on more than 50 hills and you're not allowed to bury your dead within the city limits. Go across the Golden Gate Bridge and visit the Alcatraz Prison, and you will never say good bye to the city.

Home for the film industry, it could be your home too! The city itself has more than 20 higher education institutions, it's all up to you to choose from lectures in downtown LA or be based a little further out in one of the suburbs.

Did you know that Los Angeles was the first city to measure the speed of light? Well, that's true. Oh- did you also know that Los Angeles was the birthplace of the internet? Interesting, right? There are a lot of other things and places for you to explore while in LA!

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Los Angeles

USA City Highlights

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List of Institutions in USA

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Gonzaga University

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University of California, Santa Cruz

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University of Iowa

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University of California, Riverside

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Virginia Tech

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University of Massachusetts - Amherst

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American University

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Baylor University

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University of Delaware

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Auburn University

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Clark University

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New Jersey Institute of Technology

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University of Illinois - Chicago

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University of South Florida

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University of Arizona


University of Utah

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Johns Hopkins University

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University of California, Irvine

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Tulane University

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University of Connecticut

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