Academic Year

September – June

It’s United States versatility that makes it the perfect place to study, regardless of what your major is, or your interests are. The United States consistently ranks high in the top 10 places to study abroad, especially when it comes to access to higher quality teaching. The American higher education system also allows you to explore your interests as it lets you earn qualifications through amassing credits from standalone courses, as well as by following set programs.

Whatever you’re hoping to get out of your time spent studying abroad, the US is sure to have something to meet your needs and whet your appetite.

Tuition Fees

Tuition fees can vary greatly from institute to institute, schools are free to set their own tuition fees. Fees can also vary greatly between public and private schools. Despite this, the quality of American education does still make studying there worthwhile.

Grants & Scholarships

There are plenty of scholarship options available for those wishing to study in the United States. There are hundreds, if not thousands, of scholarships available to international students. These range from stipends or bursaries through to fully-funded full rides. Some scholarships are also dependent on which subject you study, which school you study at, or which state you study in.

Housing & Living Cost

International students in the United States can find themselves in small and large cities. The cost of living varies widely across the United States. The cost of living is generally lower in Idaho state than in Washington state. Equally, if you study in Kansas City, Missouri, the cost of living will be lower than in the state of Oakland or California.  We will focus on the cost of living in a major city like Atlanta, Georgia. Keeping in mind that cities like New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles can have a significantly higher cost of living than studying elsewhere in the United States.

The average cost of living for one person in Atlanta, excluding rent, is about $1000 a month.

The range of cities and schools across the United States ensures that there’s somewhere to study that suits most budgets.

One way to earn money while you are studying is to apply to the optional practical training program; but only when you’ve been studying for nine months on an F visa.

A major cost that international students have to consider is healthcare. There’s no state healthcare in the United States. That means that you’ll need health insurance. You’ll need to carefully look at what plans do and don’t cover. On the top of the health insurance premium, you will have an excess to pay on any plans. It’s best to take out health insurance before you arrive in the United States so that you’re covered from the moment you get there.

Admission application Process

Admission process can be varied based on the level of education you are applying for and the university of your choice therefore, we will guide you once you have narrowed down the university.

Visa application Process

Visa application process varies on the country of your citizenship, the country in which you are apply for the student visa, and the requirements of the local embassy in the country you are apply for the student visa.