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USA has world’s largest international student population, with over 800,000 students choosing to broaden their education and life experience in United States. Nearly 4% of all students enrolled in higher-level education in the USA are international students, and the numbers are growing. From the mid-1950’s, when international student enrollment was only just reaching 35,000, international education in the USA has come a long way.

Many popular and famous universities are present in USA, its influence over global power structure from over all political, social and economical has never been complex observation. The desire to study in USA extends your path towards excellence and eventually to Success .Here, over 40 Universities in the World Top 100 are in USA.Moreover, 6 of the Top 10 Universities in the World are also in the United States

Why study in USA?

  • The most prestigious, top ranked education globally.
  • World’s largest international student population
  • University campuses are clean and safe.
  • Academic freedom is one of the hallmarks of US universities.
  • Multicultural population which makes it a very dynamic and exciting place to experience.
  • Exposed to some of the most up-to-date developments in technology
  • Part time work permit for international students.
  • Common for students to change after 2 years of university study in the USA , or to transfer into a US university after studying in another country.
  • Part time work permit for international students.
  • Academic Excellence
  • Variety of Educational Opportunities
  • Cutting-Edge Technology
  • Opportunity for Research
  • Support Services for International Students
  • Global Education and Long-Term Career Prospects
  • Campus Life Experience
  • Small class sizes are very common. There may be as few as 10 to 20 students in a class, giving you the personal attention you need in order to succeed.

Opportunities after Study in USA

  • Further Education: You can continue your education and get enrolled in Graduate School, Obtain your masters or PhD can be too strong to resist.
  • Visa Extension: Opportunity to extend Visa with Practical Training on an F-1 Visa, (Trainee), (Specialty Occupation), treaty trader/treaty Investor visas.
  • Job Search/Work: Job Hunting and employer search opportunity after study. Get a job, and work for which you will need a work visa (H1B in the US).
  • Training: Upon graduation from your education course in the USA, you may apply for an Optional Practical Training (OPT), which gives you the opportunity to work in the United States for 1 year after your final examination in a field related to your major area of study
  • Permanent Residence: When you have a Temporary work visa (that may be extended to permanent residency in some cases)
  • Leading edge and research opportunities: The United States is the leader in many areas of technology and research. While studying here, you will be exposed to advanced technology and research. You may be fortunate enough to meet, and even study, with the leading scholars in your chosen field.

Scope in USA after Study

  • Wide internship Opportunity: Almost Every universities and colleges in USA offers an Internship job opportunities for International and national students.
  • Wide opportunity: It would mean that you have more opportunities.
  • High Pay Salary: Graduate students can have access to high salary pay scale of $50,142 - $122,919
  • Scholarships: Many of the USA universities and colleges allow many attractive scholarships for the foreign students from US$5000-100%.
  • Living opportunities: Do you know that you may get an opportunity to live at the institution’s hostel in USA? It is a great opportunity in USA to study. Institutions like colleges and universities offer a living service.
  • English Language Proficiency: After Study in USA, It would mean that you have advanced English language skills and valuable intercultural experience
  • Wide Job Scope: Earning a degree in USA means you have wide range of scope for job hunting at English speaking countries all around the world.
  • Work Visa after OPT: The United States federal government changed rules for non-immigrant student visas on Friday, saying that international students will now be eligible to stay for three years after finishing their degrees for training potentially leading to employment and later Green Card.
  • Transfer Facilities: One option you may not be aware of is studying at a community college, which is a two-year school in which you can begin your university study. You can complete the first two years of your bachelor’s degree at a community college and then transfer your credentials to a four-year university. Community colleges offer lower tuition costs, smaller class sizes and more personal attention

Admission intake

US universities typically have 2 main intake in June and March.

  1. Spring – January / February
  2. Summer – May / June
  3. Fall – August/ September
  4. Winter – November / December

BBA and IT Degree job opportunity in USA:

  • Largest Job Hub: Management job field is the largest job available in varied unlimited sectors.
  • Career prospects: BBA and information technology degree can help prepare you for an exciting career in a variety of industries.
  • Wide level of Studies: Certificate program for IT Associate degree for IT, Bachelor Degree for IT, Master’s degree for IT, Doctoral Degree for IT


  • High Pay: IT degree holder job salary in USA ranges from $77,550- $127,640
  • Wide job position: The most popular jobs of IT in USA includes software engineer, systems engineering Software developers Java developers Business analysts NET developers Web developer's systems administrators project manager a network engineer.
  • Wide Industries: IT professionals work in a variety of industries, designing hardware, software, communications networks, internet applications, and more.
  • Easier Access and study mode: The BIT study in USA is a flexible and modern learning course study that offer wider ranges from on Campus study to part time fulltime access and also online study mode.
  • Latest technology: BIT in USA provides latest information and data about the modern technology that have been invented and used today.
  • New Invention and high-tech information: BIT is a complete study of new invented technology in computer science and teach how to use it. It prepares students for development of new modern technology and is great investment for students.
  • Create and design: Student can be able to design and create their own software and system. Further they can improve and add knowledge in their own potential simpler and faster.


  • Foundation: BBA in USA is a sole foundation for MBA which is most recognized degree in the world
  • Corporate opportunities: BBA in USA opens immense exposure and wide opportunities for corporate world
  • Wide scope: BBA in USA prepares wide scope for Management, Marketing, Finance, Human resources, Business law, Economic, Accounting and more.
  • Wide internship Opportunity: BBA in USA course gives an internship job prospect to learn and earn for themselves in various industries and job level.
  • Wide job scope: BBA can have many job wide prospect in corporate, banking, management consultancy, sales and marketing in varied level and position.


The following cities are most popular for international Student with wide opportunity and academic excellence

  • Boston
  • New York
  • San Francisco
  • Chicago
  • Los Angeles
  • Washington DC
  • Philadelphia
  • Baltimore
  • San Diego

The most affordable cities and states for the international students are five of these cities are located in the states of Arkansas and Texas.

  • Springfield, Illinois.
  • Pueblo, Colorado.
  • Wichita Falls, Texas.
  • Fayetteville, Arkansas.
  • Memphis, Tennessee.
  • Norman, Oklahoma.
  • McAllen, Texas. Living costs: 14.6% below the national average.
  • Harlingen, Texas. Living costs: 18.2% below the national average.
  • Austin, Texas:Average Cost for a One-Bedroom Apartment: $992 Cost-Of-Living Index Score: 95.5
  • Norman, Oklahoma:Average Cost for a One-Bedroom Apartment: $549 Cost-Of-Living Index Score: 94.4
  • Manhattan, Kansas:Average Cost for a One- Bedroom Apartment: $635 Cost-Of-Living Index Score: 95.0
  • Blacksburg, Virginia: Average Cost for a One-Bedroom Apartment: $669, Cost-Of-Living Index Score: 95.0
  • Tuscaloosa, Alabama:Average Cost for a One-Bedroom Apartment: $687 Cost-Of-Living Index Score: 94.6

The most affordable cost of living for International Students are

  1. Idaho Falls, Idaho
  2. Living costs: 12% below the national average
  3. Conway, Arkansas
  4. Living costs: 12.1% below the national average
  5. Springfield, Illinois
  6. Living costs: 12.3% below the national average
  7. Pueblo, Colorado
  8. Living costs: Nearly 13% below the national average
  9. Wichita Falls, Texas
  10. Living costs: 13.6% below the national average
  11. Fayetteville, Arkansas
  12. Living costs: 14% below the national average
  13. Memphis, Tennessee
  14. Living costs: 14% below the national average
  15. Norman, Oklahoma
  16. Living costs: 14.4% below the national average
  17. McAllen, Texas
  18. Living costs: 14.6% below the national average
  19. Harlingen, Texas
  20. Living costs: 18.2% below the national average

International student population.

  • Over 974,000 international students studied in the U.S. in 2014/15. China, India, South Korea, Saudi Arabia and Canada were the top places of origin, accounting for almost 60 percent of the international students studying in the U.S.
  • Over 304,000 U.S. students studied abroad for academic credit in 2013/14.
  • The Institute of International Education has reported annual international student mobility data for the U.S. through its Open Doors Report for over 60 years.

International student population.

  • Over 974,000 international students studied in the U.S. in 2014/15. China, India, South Korea, Saudi Arabia and Canada were the top places of origin, accounting for almost 60 percent of the international students studying in the U.S.
  • Over 304,000 U.S. students studied abroad for academic credit in 2013/14.
  • The Institute of International Education has reported annual international student mobility data for the U.S. through its Open Doors Report for over 60 years.


  1. Make your decision to study in USA
  2. Select a course and Institution / University
  3. Check entry requirement
  4. Apply for the course
  5. Pay the University application fee
  6. Your document will be reviewed
  7. Selected for the admission
  8. Receive your I-20
  9. Apply for the Interview date
  10. Pay the SEVIS fee
  11. Attend the interview
  12. Apply for your visa

Cost of studying into US can be divided into three Categories:

  1. Cost of Application
  2. Tuition Fees and Living Expenses
  3. Other Costs (like Insurance, Visa fee, air ticket, etc.),
  1. Cost of Application:
    • Application fees : $50 to $150 per University
    • Courier charge: Charged as per Courier service (Us universities need hard copies of your authenticated documents like transcripts, recommendation letters, etc.)
    • Score Reporting: Test scores like GMAT, GRE, SAT, TOEFL, IELTS have to be reported by testing agencies (like ETS), which may cost up to $20 per university.
  2. Tuition Fees and living Expenses:

Tuition Fees:

In the USA, tuition fee is depend on whether you plan to study at a public or private institution.

Estimated Tuition fees (Per year):

      • Private Institution: $15000 to $30000 per year, some might be beyond $40000 per year too.
      • Public Institution: $10000 to $20000 per year.
      • Community College: $8000 to $12000 per year

Living Expenses:

      • Estimate living Cost: $10000 to $12000 per year. An average of $700 to $1000 per month.

This includes your accommodation (room and board), travel, food, some books, some clothing and some may be entertainment expenses too.

Please considered below range of costs while estimating the above listed living expenses:

    • Book and Study Materials will cost $500 to $1000 approximately per year
    • Travel cost within US will be between $300 to $1000 approximately.
    • Room and Board will cost around $3000 to $7500 approximately per year. Allow an additional $1000 to $2000 for vacation periods when the dormitory might be closed.
    • If you will be living off campus, the cost of renting an apartment will be between $300 and $600 a month, but could be much higher contingent on the location of the school. Meals should cost about $2500 a year, assuming that you do not fancy too many outings
    • Clothing will cost $500 or more annually (if you go to cold place, you better buy some clothes that suit their weather; otherwise you may shiver)
    • Personal expenses will cost around $2000 approximately per year.

3.Other Costs:

    • Air tickets: $500 to $2000 (depending when you finish your admission process and / or book tickets)
    • Health / Medical Insurance: $300 to $500 per year per person
    • Car: If you wish to buy a car, assume that it will cost you around $4000 a year
    • Family Member: If you take along other family members with you, assume that your annual expenses will increase about 15% or $5000 approximately for each additional family member
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