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Why USA???
United States of America commonly known as USA is a country having migrants to try their luck from more than 150 countries! It is a multicultural country where people find haven for education and migration purposes. It has the most number of universities and colleges i.e. more than 4000! The number of Indian students pursuing their career goals in USA is at more than 3,00,000. A USA university degree apart from being world recognised is also in demand by employers throughout the globe. People from software and medical fields are in high demand in the USA. There is an amazing number of Indians living in USA coming somewhere around 30 lacs and rising!

As it is known by all the US Dollar ($) is a world wide accepted currency. The maximum number of Fortune 500 Companies operates from USA or is USA based. USA has the largest economy in the world. United States of America is the third largest company in terms of land area. USA has got very good medical schemes for its citizens.

Top 10 Reasons To Study In The States :
At the time of applying for a student visa, most international students are questioned as to why they want to study in the U.S. Following are the top 10 reasons why international students choose U.S. colleges and universities:

  • Excellent Academics
  • Research
  • Flexibility in Course Curriculum
  • Financial Assistance
  • Work Programs
  • Internships
  • Job Opportunities
  • Reorganization of International Students
  • Cultural Exchange
  • Value

Education System :
American Institutions Of Higher Education
While characterized by great diversity, American institutions of higher education are classified in general as follows:

Undergraduate Study :
Community and Junior Colleges: provide a two-year course beyond high school or secondary school. Courses are either €œTerminal€, leading to employment, or €œAcademic€, preparing the student for transfer to a four-year college or university where he/she will complete his/her education. Graduates of junior colleges are usually awarded an Associate in Arts (A.A.) or Associate in Sciences (A.S.) degree.

  • Technical Institute
  • Liberal Arts College or University
  • The Bachelor's Degree

Graduate Study :
Graduate and Professional Schools: Provide post-university study leading to the Master's or doctoral degree.

  • The Master's Degree
  • The Doctorate Degree

Non-Degree Students :
Students wishing to take courses without enrolling for a degree may apply to register as €œspecial students€. Colleges and universities are increasingly reluctant to accept €œspecial students€, unless they are enrolled for a degree in some other institution and are seeking instruction which is not available in the other institution. Non-degree students do not have access to all the facilities that degree students are able to use, such as limited access to library and computer facilities, and often there is a limitation on the number of credits they can take.

Professional Training :
Training for many professions may only be taken as postgraduate study. Thus a law degree takes three years after completion of a four-year Bachelor's degree; medicine takes four years after a Bachelor's degree, and social work two. In other professional fields such as dentistry, veterinary medicine and architecture, four years of general college work is usually required before admission to the four-year professional program.

Accreditation :
If one decides to study in the United States, one should always choose an institution which is €œaccredited.€ An institution is accredited provided that its program of study, professors, and academic facilities meet the minimum standards established by an agency recognized by the Council on Postsecondary Accreditation and by the U.S. Department of Education. Accreditation by a regional agency, such as the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools or the New England Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, applies to the institution as a whole and may be awarded for up to four different levels: Associate degree; Bachelor's degree; Master's degree and Doctorate. Accreditation by a professional agency applies only to the relevant school or department; e.g., engineering schools are accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology. Foreign students should not enroll in degree courses in institutions or departments which are not accredited.

The Credit System :
American degrees, both undergraduate and graduate, are earned on the basis of the number of courses successfully taken. Each course earns €œcredits€ or €œunits€, which are known as credit hours, semester hours (for schools on the semester system), quarter hours (for schools on the quarter system) or merely hours or credits. The number of credits earned by each course relates to the number of hours of classroom work involved, but does not necessarily correspond exactly.

The Grading System :
Students are graded on course work completed, and most colleges and universities use letter grades as follows: A being excellent or outstanding; B means above average; C, average; D, below average; and F, failing. Roughly, the following percentage values and point scales are applicable:

An undergraduate student must maintain a C or 2.00 average in general and a B or 3.00 average in his or her major field in order to receive a degree.

Some schools may also use the €œPass/Fail€ grading system in which there are only two possible grades. The student either passes and receives credit for the course or fails and receives no credit. Many schools combine both the €œPass/Fail Option€ with the conventional grading system. In this case, a student may take a certain number of courses for a Pass or Fail grade, and his other courses using the conventional A - F grading system.

A student's academic standing is often measured by his or her grade point average (GPA). This is the average of the grades that a student has had for all his years of college or for each term. The grade point average is computed by dividing the total number of grade points by the total number of credit hours. For example, a student takes four 3-unit courses with the following results: Business 101 - A; Introduction to Business Law - B; Mass Media and Marketing - A; and Computer Science Techniques applied to Business - B. The average is determined as follows:

Grade

Units or Hours

Grade Points

Grade Point Average

A = 4.0

* 3

12

 

B= 3.0

* 3

9

 

A = 4.0

* 3

12

 

B= 3.0

* 3

9

 

 

12

42

3.5

Admission Process:

Intakes:

  • Degree Certificate / Provisional
  • Degree / Diploma Mark Sheets and Transcripts
  • 10 + 2 Marksheet + Certificate (HSC) and Transcripts
  • 10th Marksheet + Certificate (SSC)
  • TOEFL / IELTS Scores
  • GRE / GMAT / SAT Scores
  • Bank Statement/li>
  • Affidavit of Support
  • Statement of Purpose
  • Photographs
  • Passport Copy

                 Spring: January

                 Fall: August
                 Summer: May

Permanent Residency :
USA is the most desired destination for everyone who wishes to migrate for the betterment of life. If you want to become a lawful permanent resident based on the fact that you have a relative who is a citizen of the United States or is a lawful permanent resident, your relative in the U.S. will need to sponsor you and prove he/she has enough income or assets to support you, the intending immigrant(s) when heshe are in United States

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