Many students aim to study in USA for under graduation or post-graduation and doctoral degree. There are over 150 American universities and colleges that earn their place in the International rankings created by Times Higher Education. Universities in the United States provide ideal research facilities as well as their unique quality educational system is different from other countries.


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USA degree has International reputation. They provide optimised classroom experience and impeccable academic facilities with cultural diversity. Universities in the USA also provide research funding for doctoral degree as well as many Scholarships for pursuing bachelor and master degree programs.

Top Universities in the USA: 

Harvard, Yale, Caltech, University of Chicago, Princeton University are some of the top ranked universities with exemplary facilities and unique educational system. 

Scholarships for study in USA:

1. Fulbright Scholarship for all universities in USA – Scholarship that covers the entire cost of tuition, stay and travel.

2. QS connect Masters Scholarship – A Scholarship that covers up to 2000 USD of tuition cost

3. Tata Scholarship for Cornell University –Available for students pursuing their masters at Cornell University

4. Stanford Reliance Dhirubhai Fellowship for Stanford – Open for Indian students pursuing their masters at Stanford. The scholarship covers up to 90, 367 USD of tuition fee for the student. 

5. Go Clean Scholarship for all universities in USA – Merit-based Scholarship open for students studying at any university in USA or Canada and covers up to 3500 USD.

Tuition fee:

Tuition fee varies from one University to another and this depends upon the chosen program. In Public/State Universities and private universities, tuition fee ranges from $12000 to $40,000 per annum. In Ivy League universities tuition fee ranges from $48000 to $60000.


According to the American students’ visa guidelines, you are allowed to work only 20 hours a week and can work only on campus. Students can work up to 20 hours a week when classes are in session and up to 40 hours a week while the classes are not going on. It is not that difficult to find jobs on-campus at American universities. Also, these jobs are customized in such a manner that they will adhere to all the visa guidelines.

1. You can work on campus for the first academic year of your course

2. Students who are pursuing a course in STEM (Science Technology Engineering Math) fields can work under the OPT(optional Practical Training) program

  • OPT program allows you to work after completing 9 months of course module.
  • You will have to work in a field related to your course.
  • You can work for a period of 12 months after completion of course without applying for a work visa under the OPT program.


3. Students can opt to work under the CPT (curricular practical training) program which allows students to work in a field related to their subject either as an intern or through co-op education.


You will need the following documents to apply for universities in the USA.

  • Transcripts (high school and/or university)
  • CV/Resume
  • Test scores (SAT, ACT, GRE, GMAT, IELTS, PTE)
  • Statement of purpose
  • Application fee
  • Writing sample
  • Passport


Tests required to prove your English Language Proficiency:

  • PTE
  • GRE
  • GMAT
  • SAT
  • ACT

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