The US universities are able to provide the best possible platform to international students with a student visa. This is evident from their high rankings making it worthwhile to study in USA. The country’s education system offers the most comprehensive coursework to students with an equal emphasis on both practical and theoretical learning.
The US Universities fall under two major categories: public-funded and private institutions. International students’ tuition expenses at state schools are based on non-resident costs, which are still usually less expensive than those of private universities. This is excluding the student visa fees. You will need approximately $10,000 to $55,000 annually to cover your tuition fees when you study in USA.
|Study Program||Approximate tuition fees in USD$|
Undergraduate Bachelor Degree
$15,000 to $40,000 per year
$20,000 to $40,000 per year
$20,000 to $45,000 per year
US universities have 3 intakes. Students have the option of choosing the term of their study from three main flexible intakes, Spring (January), Fall (September) and Summer (May) when they study in USA. The student needs to apply at least a few months before the application deadline. Also, they need to plan accordingly for the student visa application must sync with the college application process.
Fall Semester – It commences in August/September and is the major intake.
Spring Semester – It commences in January/February intake is also available.
Summer Semester – It commences in May/June and is available for selected Courses.
You will have to choose an intake that best suits your requirements and make your application accordingly. Remember the deadline to submit applications are usually a few months before the starting date of the semester. You will also have to plan your US student visa application to sync with your college application process.
In general, spouses are given the same rights as students who are already in USA. Therefore, if the student with a USA student visa has the right to work, the spouse who comes to join him or her will also have that right.
|QS ranking||University names|
|1||Massachusetts Institute of Technology|
|6||California Institute of Technology|
|10||University of Chicago|
|13||University of Pennsylvania|
|23||University of Michigan – Ann Arbor|
|25||John’s Hopkins University|
|26||University of Toronto|
|32||University of California, Berkeley|
|40||University of California, Los Angeles|
|42||New York University (NYU)|
|46||University of British Columbia|
|48||University of California, San Diego|
|53||Carnegie Mellon University|
|67||The University of Texas at Austin|
|75||University of Wisconsin – Madison|
|82||TUniversity of Illinois at Urbana – Champaign|
|85||University of Washington|
|88||Georgia Institute of Technology|
|96||Pennsylvania State University|
|100||The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill|
|107||Washington University in St. Louis|
|108||University of California, Davis|
|111||University of Montreal|
|112||University of South California|
|120||The Ohio State University|
|126||University of Alberta|
|146||University of California, Santa Barbara|
|149||University of Waterloo|
|154||University of Rochester|
|157||Michigan State University|
|158||University of Maryland, College Park|
USA government offers options for international students to stay after their course and gain some work experience. The Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Australia provides the Post-Graduate Work Permit Program. Under this program, intern
The international students can avail different kinds of student visas.
Student Visa – F1: F1 visa is a very common type of entry visa for international students to pursue academic studies. This visa allows you to work part-time or on-campus employment. It also allows you to do Optional Practical Training (OPT) for a year after finishing your studies.
F2 is also called a non-immigrant dependent visa where the immediate family members of F1 can visit the US. The dependents can be a spouse or any unmarried children below 21. The applicant (F1 visa holder) must have enough proof of funds to support the family in the US.
Student visa – J1: The J1 visa is a non-academic and vocational studies visa provided to students to gain the practical knowledge that is unavailable in their country. The J1 visa students get similar employment benefits as the F1 student visa.
Student visa – M1: The M1 applicant is not allowed to work during the study in the US. Students need to provide complete proof of funds to pay the entire tuition fees and also for the living costs for the period of intending to stay.
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