Study in USA
The Most Comprehensive Guide to Study in the USA with Examples, Interviews and True Stories.
You probably have friends studying in the USA or someone in your family in the USA. But, it's always an exciting feeling to know that you have taken the first steps to make your American Journey come true.
Here's you will find guides that give a much better picture of what it means to study in the USA, what to expect and how to mentally prepare for your Study Abroad journey.
Bachelors Degree in the USA:
- 5 Reasons Why America is Better for Bachelor’s Degree
- Quick Overview of Bachelors Degree in the USA
- How I convinced my Parents to Study Bachelors Degree in the USA
- Myth 4 – Don’t Study Bachelors Degree in the USA (Come for Masters Degree)
For Bachelors, Masters, and Ph.D., following Lower End, Average and Higher End Total cost would apply.
If you get a scholarship, teaching or research assistant, your education cost will be a lot cheaper.
- Difference Between In-State vs Out of state Fees for International Students
- 4 Types of Financial Aid - Assistantships, Fellowships, Scholarships vs Grants
- How to Calculate Total Tuition Fees from the Form I-20
- What is Credit Hour, Duration of Degree and Tuition Fee?
- How to Pay the Tuition Fees to the College – 4 Options
Earlier you start, you will have better opportunities to study in the USA.
Domestic High School students in the USA, start planning for college admission from their 9th Grade.
College starts accepting application in the month of November 1 for next year's admission (Collge Starts in Aug of next year).
Such planning is required for international student admission. Most students take Aptitude tests multiple times to improve their scores.
The biggest challenge for International students in Selecting the right program, degree, and universities. your goal should be to maximize the quality of the university you can attend with the background.
Ph.D. Application Process
Once you get admission confirmation from the U.S. University, you would need to get Form I-20 from the University.
Form I-20 is required to schedule the Student F1 Visa interview with nearby U.S. embassy or Consulate.
- Get I-20
- Pay SEVIS Fee
- Schedule F1 Visa Interview
- Attend F1 Visa Interview
- Travel to the USA 30 days before College Start date.
F1 Visa Interview Guide:
Here are some inspiration and real-life articles from students sharing their thoughts and lessons learned about studying in America.
- Life in America Will Be Challenging – Are You Emotionally Matured?
- Before You Say America is the Best Country, Read this Indian Student’s, Survival Story. WOW.
- Life in the USA After 2 Months: Stunning, Impressive and Overwhelming
- 3 Phases of Life in the USA Explained – Education, Job, and Family
- American Lifestyle The Way I Saw as a Little Girl From India
- 6 Lessons I Learned from Attending Graduate Schools in the USA
The end to end process to Study in the USA can be summarized in the majority of the following steps of the Degree Programs from Associates, Bachelors, Masters, Ph.D., and MBA.
- Test Preparation
- Take Aptitude Tests
- Take English Proficiency Tests
- Gather Required Documents
- Select College and Universities to Apply
- Submit College Application & Fee
- Receive College Admission & Documents
- Prepare and Apply for Student F1 Visa
- Get Visa Approval & Travel to the USA
In this guide, you will find step by step walkthrough of scenarios and process with examples and timelines.