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Why you should study in USA

  • Exceptional education system: US universities are consistently ranked among the best in the world. You will have the opportunity to learn from world-renowned professors and researchers.

  • Diverse cultural exposure: The United States is a multicultural country, with people from all over the world calling it home. This means that you will have the opportunity to learn about different cultures and perspectives while you study here.

  • Ample work opportunities: International students in the US are allowed to work part-time while they study, and they can also apply for a post-study work visa after graduation. This gives you the opportunity to gain valuable work experience and make connections in your field.

  • Secure environment: The United States is a safe country with a low crime rate. This means that you can feel safe living and studying here.

  • Access to state-of-the-art research facilities: US universities are home to some of the world's leading research facilities. This means that you will have access to the latest research facilities and technologies while you study here.

  • Dynamic and inclusive atmosphere: The United States is a welcoming and inclusive country. You will find a vibrant and diverse community of students and scholars here.

  • Opportunity to develop personally: US universities are committed to providing a nurturing environment for their students. You will have the opportunity to learn and grow in a supportive and challenging environment.

  • Readiness for global careers: A US degree is highly respected around the world. This means that you will be well-prepared for a global career after graduation.

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Study in USA

Semester Intakes

The United States universities offer two major intakes – Fall (September) and Spring (January), providing flexibility in starting your academic journey. There are many other seasonal intakes as well depending on the university/course that you choose.

Language Proficiency Requirements: To demonstrate your language proficiency, you can provide one of the following test scores:

  • TOEFL iBT: Minimum score of 80

  • IELTS: Minimum overall band score of 6.5

  • PTE: Minimum score of 53

  • Duolingo English Test: Minimum score of 105

Academic Criteria:  You are required to have a strong academic background with a minimum of 50% in your previous studies.


  1. Bachelor's Degree

  2. Master's Degree

  3. Doctoral Degree

  4. Associate Degree

  5. Certificate Programs

Part-time Work Allowance:- As an international student in the USA, you're allowed to work up to 20 hours per week during the academic semester and full-time during breaks. This provides you with valuable practical experience and the opportunity to support yourself financially.

Estimated Cost of Living (Per month):- The cost of living varies depending on the location, but it's estimated to be between USD 800 to USD 1500 per month. This includes accommodation, food, transportation, and other miscellaneous expenses.

The USA is renowned for its diverse range of programs, including but not limited to:
  1. Engineering

  2. Business and Management

  3. Computer Science

  4. Arts and Humanities

  5. Medicine and Healthcare

  6. Social Sciences

Affiliated Colleges/Institutes/Universities

  • Prifysgol Aberystwyth University

  • Anglia Ruskin University

  • Anglia Ruskin University College

  • Aston University

  • Bangor University

  • Birmingham City University

  • Bournemouth University

  • BPP University

  • Brunel University London

  • Cardiff Metropolitan University

  • Cardiff University International Study Centre

  • Coventry University London International Study Centre

  • Coventry University Coventry Campus

  • Coventry University London Campus

  • Cranfield University

  • De MontFort University

  • Edinburgh Napier University

  • Glasgow Caledonian University

  • Heriot Watt University

  • Hult International Business School

  • Instituto Marangoni

  • INTO Glasgow Caledonian University

  • INTO City University

  • INTO London

  • INTO Manchester Metropolitan University

  • INTO Newcastle University

  • INTO Queen's University Belfast

  • INTO University of East of Anglia

  • INTO University of Exeter

  • INTO University of Gloucestershire

  • INTO University of Manchester

  • INTO University of Stirling

  • Kaplan- Bournemouth University

  • Kaplan International College London

  • Kaplan- Nottingham Trent International College

  • Kaplan- Queen Mary University of London

  • Kaplan- University of Essex International College

  • Kaplan- University of Glasgow International College

  • Kaplan- University of Liverpool International College

  • Kaplan- University of Nottingham International College

  • Kaplan- UWE Bristol

  • Kaplan-University of Brighton

  • Kaplan-University of York

  • Kingston University

  • Le - Cordon Bleu

  • Leeds Beckett University

  • Liverpool Hope University

  • London Metropolitan University

  • London South Bank University

  • Manchester Metropolitan University

Visa Information

And Many more.........

  • Work: Students studying postgraduate programs at universities in the UK can work up to 20 hours per week during term time and full-time (40 hours) during vacations.

  • Dependents: Students who enroll in a postgraduate certificate, postgraduate certificate in education, postgraduate diploma, or master's degree program at a university for a duration of more than 12 months can sponsor a dependent. The dependents will be allowed to work.

  • Post-study work visa: Graduates of a UK university with a recognized degree can apply for a Tier 2 - Sponsored Skilled Category Visa before their student visa expires. The normal Tier 2 requirements will apply, but the employer will not have to undergo the Resident Labour Market Test.

  • Graduate entrepreneur visa: Genuine student entrepreneurs with great ideas can also apply for a Tier 1 (Graduate Entrepreneur Category visa), which allows them to stay in the UK to develop their business proposition after completing their course.

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