Study in U.S.A
The majority of the world’s international students have studied abroad in the United States of America (USA). Numerous Indian students wish to learn in the United States for a variety of reasons, including the high quality of instruction, the diverse atmosphere, and the abundance of opportunities for academic achievement.
Also, the USA has a flexible system of education, and a wide variety of courses and programs are available in American universities and colleges. You are allowed to choose both the course structure and its content.
Excellent international student support systems, ethnic diversity, and a lively and active campus life are a few reasons that make the United States of America a top choice for students.
IN THE USA, THESE ARE THE MOST POPULAR STUDY COURSES:
Business Analytics & Data Science
Electrical & Computer Engineering
Humanities & Social Sciences
Requirements for Studying in the United States:
Bachelor’s degree, You would need all of your academic transcripts if you had to apply for a bachelor’s degree in the USA. In addition, an IELTS score of at least 5.5 is required. It is necessary to have a TOEFL (iBT) score between 70 and 89 before taking the SAT exam.
Master’s Programs: Your bachelor’s score must be between 65% and 70% to enroll in a master’s program in the USA. A minimum GRE score of 300 is required, and you must also provide evidence of your English language skills.
Ph.D. Programs: You must submit your academic transcripts to enroll in a doctoral program in the USA. Additionally, your GMAT and GRE scores will be computed.
DIFFERENT EXAMS NEEDED TO STUDY IN THE USA
IELTS: IELTS (academic) is a test that is accepted by almost all uni versities in the United States. However, most universities do not ask for it if you are proven to have sufficient knowledge of English.
TOEFL: Not all universities ask for the TOEFL. However, most Ph.D. aspirants will have to attempt one. It all depends on the university and its demands.
PTE: A PTE is a computer-based test accepted worldwide. Most English-speaking countries ask for it. However, you may not require all of these tests to be performed.
ACT: The American College Test (ACT) is a multiple-choice test that evaluates your critical thinking capabilities. A minimum score of 22 will be required to clear it.
SAT: The Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) is accepted by a few universities, like Harvard University. It is again a multiple-choice test.
GRE: The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is mandatory if you apply for engineering or master’s programs in the USA. A few business schools have also started accepting this score for the MBA.
GMAT: The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is required if you want to pursue your MBA in the USA. A minimum score of 700 would be needed to pass the test.
DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR STUDY IN THE USA
Below, we have mentioned some of the student F1 visa requirements for the USA.
A valid passport.
A copy of the photo you will use for your visa.
Printed copies of your DS-160 and I-901 SEVIS payment confirmations.