Study in U.S.A

Frequently Asked Questions

  • U.S. Universities follow Semester or Quarter Systems.
  • Semester
    • Fall
    • Spring
    • Optional Summer
  • Quarter
    • Fall
    • Winter
    • Spring
    • Optional Summer
  • Semester
    • Fall – August
    • Spring – January
    • Summer – June
  • Quarter
    • Fall – September
    • Winter – January
    • Spring – April
      September 30
Of course you can get Scholarships, Assistantships or Fellowships. But, competition is tough and you need to prove that you are qualified student via your application supporting documents.
Here’s an overview of College Admission Requirements
  • Bachelors Tests (SAT or ACT)
  • Grad School Tests (GRE, GMAT, etc)
  • English (TOEFL or IELTS)
  • Academics of Students
  • Letter of Recommendation
  • College Essay
  • Financial Affidavit (or Bank Balance)
  • Other Factors (varies with colleges)
The TOEFL and IELTS test showcase your proficiency in English. Test includes Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening. Non-Native English speakers are required to take TOEFL or IELTS to Study in USA.
Cost varies between colleges and universities.  Factors influencing your cost:

University Location, University Type (Public, Private), Assistantships, Part Time Jobs, Internship, Cost of Living, etc.  refer to Degree Pages to learn more about cost structure.


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