Study in USA

The U.S. has one of the world’s finest education systems, with excellent programs across all disciplines. At the undergraduate level, outstanding program options are available in conventional subjects as well as professional fields. At the Master’s and Ph.D. level, students regularly get the opportunity to work with and learn from some of the finest researchers in the world. Qualifications awarded by U.S. universities are recognized throughout the world for its academic brilliance. The U.S is known for diversity of education opportunities, academic excellence, cutting edge technology, opportunity for research, teaching and training, support services for international students, great campus life etc.

Average cost of Tuition in USA.

Estimated Undergraduate Tuition: $24000- $48000 per year. Estimated Postgraduate Tuition: $28000-$50000 per year. Estimated cost of Study Materials. A minimum of $3500 per year and a maximum of $4600 per year for books, supplies and health insurance.

Cost of Living in USA.

Living Expenses typically include your apartment rent, utilities, food, entertainment, personal expenses, etc. Rent can vary from $300 to $500. If you live in single bedroom apartment, then it will be expensive. Shared rental will be cheaper. So, it’s based on your preference. Other expenses are between $250 to $400 depending on food, eating out, cellphone, internet and television connections.


Winter (December – April) : the northern states are the coldest, experiencing bitter, freezing temperatures. Low temperatures in January and February are made slightly warmer by the Chinook winds originating from the Rocky Mountains. The southern states, known as the ‘sunbelt’ are quite the opposite, with temperatures rarely falling below freezing. Summers (June – September) : are hot in the US but for New England, Oregon and Washington which tend to be rainier and less predictable. The Pacific Northwest states are generally temperate while the south, east coast and Midwest are more humid. Spring and autumn: are generally mild, warm and sunny with the exception of some wet areas, the Pacific Northwest in particular.


Safety in the United States is difficult to define because the United States covers such a large territory. While the U.S. is generally a very safe place to live, it is still a good idea to educate yourself and take steps to reduce the potential for problems. By doing so, you will also feel more confident and comfortable. The concept of equality is an essential part of United States culture particularly across gender, but across class, and race as well. Everyday our Educational Consultants help and guide prospective students in making the right Study Abroad choices or decisions. From Picking a Country, Picking a Course, Successful Admission Application and Placement, Visa and Travel Support, we do it all.


Most international students in the United States hold an F-1 visa, which is the U.S. non-immigrant student visa. F-1 students are allowed to work in the United States, but only under certain conditions and in accordance with complex guidelines and restrictions issued by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS). On-campus employment is the category most freely permitted by the USCIS regulations, and it does not require USCIS approval. However, although F-1 status includes an on-campus employment privilege, on-campus employment opportunities at most schools are limited. Even if you can obtain a job on campus, you may not rely on it to prove financial resources for the year, and often these jobs are not related to your studies. Many schools do require that you obtain permission from the International Student Office prior to accepting any on-campus employment, and may not permit such employment in a student’s first semester or year.