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Study in USA

Here’s a comprehensive guide for all Indian students who want to study in the USA

Home to diverse ethnicities, highest number of top ranked universities, and picturesque landscapes, the USA is truly a land of opportunities. Choosing to study in the USA offers you the wonderful avenue of growing academically, culturally and socially.

Why study in the US?

With 33 of the top 100 universities as per the QS World Ranking 2019, vibrant campus life, interactive teaching pedagogy, and abundant work opportunities, USA is the most preferred choice amongst Indian students. Find out more!

Cost of studying in the US

Most people consider studying in the US pricey, however, effective budgeting can help you better manage your expenses. Keep in mind - it’s not just the tuition fee alone you should be calculating to get your estimations, there’re a lot more expenses involved when you plan to study abroad. Look at our guide of estimates that covers additional expenses like accommodation, food, health coverage and travel too!

Education system in the US

Seven out of the top 10 universities as per the Times Higher Education Rankings are from the US, which explains American education is like no other. Know all about it.

Student visa requirements in the US

The US Government provides an opportunity to all Indian students to study in the country but as a prerequisite, you’ll have to obtain a student visa. Know all about it!
Upcoming intakes in the US
American institutions offer three major intakes – Fall, Spring and Summer. Know more!
Scholarships to study in the US
Apply to a range of scholarships and grants available for Indian students.
FAQ's about the US
Here are some answers to help you know the US better
Health and support in the US
Here’s how dedicated support services can help you adjust to life in the US.

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