The United States of America has been a global leader in the field of education and boasts of a lion’s share of top-ranked universities according to all major international rankings. Few countries offer as many high-ranked universities and noble laureate academia, as the USA does. As a matter of fact, nearly 50 of the top 200 universities in the world are based in the USA.
Universities in the USA are also credited for innumerable patents and ground-breaking innovations, offering a chance to study and compete with some of the finest minds in the respective fields.
The flexibility of applying to different fields of study and a wide variety of Research-Centric Science and Technology Courses are the distinguishing features because of which aspirants strive to get admission in the USA.
The American universities have 3 major intakes: Fall: August/September, Spring: January/February and Summer: April/May. Among these Fall intake is considered as a major intake, however, the majority of the universities take admission for Spring and some of them for Summer also.
- Good academic background
- Some programs may need SAT/ACT/GRE/GMAT score
- Letter of recommendation
- Statement of Purpose/Personal Statement, Essays
- Good financial records
The Application Process
Students should prepare the following documents to apply to the Universities in the USA.
- Applications fee (If any)
- Statement of Purpose/ Essays
- Recommendation Letters
- All-Academic Certificate
- Bank Certificate
- Test Score Report
- Affidavit of Financial Support
USA Study Visa
Student Visa (F-1):
To get a study visa in the USA, Students need to submit the following documents to the visa officer at the time of visa interview:
- I-20 from the Universities
- Valid passport
- Test Score certificate
- Academic Documents
FAQ’s Related to study in the USA
- Do I need to carry financial documents at the time of the visa interview?
No, you don’t need to carry any financial documents at the time of the F-1 visa interview. However, the visa officer may request you to provide financial supports documents later.
- Can a Student Also Take IELTS/PTE instead of the TOEFL to study in the USA?
Yes, universities in the USA accept TOEFL, IELTS or PTE as an English language proficiency test. You can take any of these tests.