The USA tops the list of most sought-after study destinations with more than one-third of the world's top 100 universities in the country. Thus, for aspirants willing to study abroad, the USA is unequivocally the best choice. The US universities offer gold-standard higher education, outstanding program options, and unmatched academic flexibility, giving students a chance to explore their interests and choose subjects from a wide range of majors and minors.
Getting admission to a US college is tough, and the competition gets even tougher when you dream of getting admitted to one of the best colleges in the world. You would need reasonably good high school and college GPAs, necessary documentation, standardized test scores, and an outstanding extracurricular profile.
Undoubtedly, the cost of living and tuition fees in US universities is high, yet Indian students account for 18% of the total international student population in the United States. The reason is simple - To cater to your financial burden, most colleges and universities in the US offer substantial scholarships and financial aid to international students. Other than universities & colleges, the US government, corporate houses & several other institutions also offer financial aid to support the education of international students.
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Applying to US universities is very different from Indian universities. Unlike India, the US universities follow a bi-semester (Fall & Spring) system where an academic year is divided into two semesters. Students need to decide which semester they want to get admitted.Furthermore, all the public & private universities in the USA have a different application process; you can get this information on the university website.
There are a few common requirements of universities that every Indian student needs to abide by to get admission to the US university. These are:
Once you have all the required criteria, you can apply to different colleges through an app known as Common App. However, not all colleges are available on the app; you have to apply through the websites of those colleges
If you want to join undergraduate or bachelor programs at US universities, the earlier you start, the better are your chances of making it to your dream university. Application deadlines are generally in July to September (Spring intake) and October to January (Fall intake) each year. If you want to join university in Fall semester of next year, you must apply by September of current year, that is, you have to apply at least one year in advance.
Tuition fees in the US can vary significantly. It is hard to pin down the exact amount as public universities and private universities charge tuition and other costs differently. However, it is estimated that studying in the US as an international student will cost you anywhere between USD 25,000 and USD 55,000 per year.
Studying in the USA is expensive. But most international students apply for and receive scholarships from universities and colleges. Students have to fill a separate form to apply to for scholarships as scholarship deadlines are earlier than regular decision deadlines. If you have decent high school GPAs and a good standardized score, your chances of getting a scholarship increases.
Usually universities mention the minimum TOEFL score requirement to apply. Generally speaking, however, a TOEFL score between 85 to 100+ is desirable for applying to good universities in the US.
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