Study in USA

Here are some of the details that will tell you about USA, its education system and how to apply for Usa?

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USA

USA (United States Of America) consist of 48 contagious states and 2 noncontiguous states of Hawaii and Alaska. 48 states are between Atlantic Ocean and Pacific Ocean, with Canada and Mexico as neighbors. Total area is 9,629,047 sq km (3,717,796 sq mi). Its capital is Washington but New York is its largest city. The government system is a constitution-based federal republic with a strong democratic tradition. The chief of state and head of government is the president. The United States has an advanced mixed economy in which there is a variety of private freedom, combined with centralized economic planning and government regulation. United States is a member of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), and the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). It is also a leading producer of silver, gold, coal, crude oil, nitrogen, iron ore, lead, zinc, uranium, mica, molybdenum, copper and magnesium.

Why study in USA?

When we speak of USA two words come to our mind "advanced and modern". But when it comes to study in USA then we must consider the following facts also.

  • World's finest universities with outstanding programs in almost all fields are present in USA.
  • USA colleges and universities emphasize practical, employment-related skills. Others specialize in arts, social science etc.
  • At undergraduate level USA institutes offer traditional discipline programs, as well as professional field programs. At Graduate level students can work under some finest minds in their fields of study, which can result in your involvement in exclusive research and education opportunities.
  • Universities in USA have advance cutting edge technology which will help you in your research. Even if you are not research or science student still you can become skilled in advance technology.
  • You can get opportunities for research, Teaching and Training as many graduate programs offer training and teaching opportunities in which you can become teaching assistant, research assistant or special projects containing different aspect of your interest.
  • In USA institutes there is flexibility in courses they offer. For example: liberal arts coursework for an undergraduate program will include classes in languages and mathematics, but you will be given a wide variety of classes which fit those requirements, and the freedom to decide which classes best match your interests.
  • You can have career opportunities in USA, as many USA companies seek international students with wide range of knowledge, ability and experience. And International students are in high demand by USA companies.

USA Education:

Getting education in USA has many advantages. When you pick your course you need to learn about USA education system.

The higher education system is either controlled by the independent group of people (trustees) (private schools) or shared between local and state governments (public schools). The major difference between private and public school is their cost/fee. Education standards in colleges and universities is made sure by a program "regional accreditation" which oversees the part of the country where it is located. It also ensures that your degree will be recognized by other educational institutions and employers.

The admission system in colleges and universities vary from area to area and institute to institute. For admission in universities admission office will consider whether the student has taken courses in high school that will prepare them for more difficult coursework and student’s GPA or grades.

Education is mandatory in the US till age of 16, and the majority of students do finish high school. After completing 12 years of primary and secondary school, students often begin post-secondary learning, or higher education. University students who are pursuing a Bachelor’s degree are called “undergraduates.” Most universities offer undergraduate students a liberal education, which means students are required to take courses across several disciplines before choosing one major field of study in which to specialize.

Courses at most universities are only one semester long. Each course is assigned a number of credit hours, generally based on how much time is spent in class. Most courses are three credits, but some might be one, two, four, or five credits. All degree programs require that their students completely a minimum number of credits before they are eligible for graduation. Most Bachelor’s degree programs do not require students to write a final thesis.

Students who are pursuing a Master’s or Doctoral degree are called “graduate students.” Graduate and professional programs are specialized, meaning students have one field of study from the beginning.

Students continue to take courses at the graduate level, and a final thesis is required for most programs. Doctoral students take courses until they have earned enough credit hours to attend their qualifying exams, which are usually taken over several days and often include both a written and oral component. After doctoral students pass their qualifying exams, they are advanced to candidacy and can begin writing their dissertation. Before the degree is given, the candidate’s completed dissertation must be orally defended before the candidate’s faculty committee.

How to apply to study in USA

  • Make up your mind for the course you want to study.
  • Search the university where the course is offered. Narrow your search to four to five universities.
  • Contact the international student advisor for universities and get admission details.
  • Check Entry Requirements for course in that university, language and Visa
  • Gather the details for admission/course in that university, language and Visa. (Be sure that you gather the exact requirements as each university has its own requirements. You can ask for a student reference of your country who is or had studied in the university you are applying for)
  • Apply for admission/Course.
  • Receive your letter of offer (that you have been selected) & I20
  • Apply for USA Visa
  • Pay SEVIS Fee & Visa Fee
  • Plan your Departure to USA.

We could have written more details for above requirements and other steps. But they change from time to time, you will not find such details on websites if you, make sure they are up to date, what you can do is contact an education agent. Education agent in your home country/city can help you apply to study in USA. Or Contact Us , call us or Visit us to get assistance and advise to follow the steps and Study in USA (We are study visa consultants in Islamabad and Mandi bahudin).
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