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Study in the USA for International Students

From the Big Easy to the Big Apple, the United States is truly the land of opportunities.

The US is home to the highest number of international students in the world. With famous cities, epic landscapes, highly ranked universities and exciting campus environments, studying in the US offers the perfect blend of educational quality and cultural experience.

Why study in the United States?

More international students study in the US than in any other country in the world. At the moment, there are more than one million. Let’s look at some of the reasons why.

Get to know the US education system

As you begin your school search, it’s important to familiarise yourself with the American education system. It will help you narrow down your choices and develop your study plan.

THE University Rankings in United States for 2019-2020

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USA student visa requirements
The visa you need will depend on the type of study you want to do in the United States.
Employment while you study
If you hold a F-1 Visa, you are allowed to work in the United States when authorised by a designated school official, but only under certain conditions and in accordance with complex guidelines and restrictions issued by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service.
Insurance
When you arrive in the United States, it’s a good idea to get yourself sorted with insurance. Be sure to shop around to find the best policy to suit your needs.
Health and support services
Moving to a new country isn’t always easy. That’s why most universities, colleges and education institutions offer dedicated support services to help international students adjust to life in the UK and make the most of your study (and holiday) time.
Money and living expenses
Your day-to-day living expenses will vary depending on what state or city you live in. The average annual cost of study, including tuition fees and living expenses is around USD$35,000 per year. However, this can rise dramatically with some private institutions charging USD$35,000 or more for tuition fees alone, so it is important to do your research.
Accommodation
Depending on what you need – and your budget - you will find various options for living on or off campus.
Washington
Washington DC, is known for being where it’s happening. ‘It’ can be almost anything: history, culture, art, food, and politics - you name it.
New York
New York City is a city that’s famous for its bustling, busy atmosphere – and for good reason.
Los Angeles
City of Angels. Tinseltown. La-La Land. Whatever you call it, you probably already have an idea of what Los Angeles has to offer.
Boston
Ask any Bostonian their favorite thing about the city and you're destined to get dozens of different answers – depending on which neighbourhood they live in, the time of year, and what the weather is like that day.
Seattle
Seattle is one of the fastest growing cities in the US, a unique spot nestled between water and mountains, yet a thriving and busy city.
Further Research
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