Study In USA
Why Study in USA?
Lately the United States of America (USA) – a federal republic consisting of fifty states and a federal district – has been one of the most prominent countries to host international students. It is well known for being culturally diverse, having quality education, and offering favourable opportunities to diversify ones knowledge as a student.
The United States of America has some of the most prestigious universities within its borders. These schools consistently rank in top world university rankings, including those published by U.S. and international educational media outlets. Many US institutions have high academic standards and are lavishly supported – financially as well as academically – in order to help them offer excellent education to students who attend these institutions.
Here are the top three leading universities in the US for international students. The leader of the pack is Illinois Institute of Technology, also known as Illinois Tech or IIT, which receives a perfect score of 100 in the ‘International Students’ indicator. Located in Chicago, a city run by young students from around the globe, this university’s total enrolment of almost 8,000 students includes over 1,000 from minority groups. IIT’s graduate school is particularly diverse – 65% of graduates come from overseas and 100 nationalities represented at this university overall in IIT’s student body!
Many universities all over the world provide fantastic international experiences for their students. One of the many which does this well is Carnegie Mellon. With a perfect score of 99.8 for its proportion of international students and 58% of graduate students coming from outside of the United States, Carnegie Mellon has a number of campuses around the globe including branches in Silicon Valley and Manhattan, as well as one in Adelaide and a satellite center in Doha.
Top Universities in USA
- MBA in Entrepreneurship
- MBA in Finance
- Stanford Executive Program
- MS in Biotechnology
- MBA in Entrepreneurial Management
- MS in Technology Management
- MS in Mechanical Engineering
Cost Of Living In USA
The estimated living cost for the US is around $10000 to $18000 per year, which averages out to about $1000 to $1500 per month. This includes your accommodation costs, assorted household goods (which are essential to live in any given location), transportation, clothing and accessories for different seasons, entertainment costs and off course seasonal foods.
Part Time Job Opportunities in USA for Students
To work full-time in the USA for students from India (or any country) who are studying overseas, foreign students SHOULD be familiar with how to navigate the necessary steps to make it possible. The best method of employment would have to do with a part-time job. There are ways in which you make money while attending school like teaching your native language or helping fellow exchange students with assignments by editing essay papers and other materials they may need help with. In some cases, being proficient in multiple languages may be rewarded greatly through higher pay as well!
Part time jobs can also help you earn an extra $250-$700 per month without having a degree by doing freelance work on Upwork/Fiverr/Solidworks or other sites that provide this sort of opportunity. Remember, however, that to work for more than 20 hours a week and for more than two months requires Non-student status OR authorization from F1 form NACSIS.
Opportunities after Education in USA
Pursuing jobs after studying in the US is an attractive option for many students because along with some of the most highly regarded schools which have produced students who have gone on to become respected business leaders, the US also boasts some of the most prominent names in business.
If you’re an international student looking to study English in the United States, then it’s likely that you’ve already noticed that your visit allows you to apply for a green card on a path to US permanent residency. On the other hand, if you have not yet begun your language studies, or if you are planning on applying through employment sponsored visas, then we would like to share with you some information about how this may be done such as by having family ties with a U.S. resident etc.