Why study in the USA?
The United States’ university system is renowned for its student experience as well as the quality of its programs and ground-breaking research. The US has a long history of international students choosing to study there, and most universities have a strong international student support system, ensuring you’re getting the most from your time there.
University life in the USA has a strong focus on societies and sports — universities encourage students to get involved and create facilities to ensure they can make the most of their time on campus.
The US is a good choice for students wanting to improve their English skills.
What are the best programs in the USA?
If you’re looking to do a bachelor’s program, the average amount of time needed for completion is around four years. The curriculum of many undergraduate programs is based on a “liberal arts” philosophy in which students are required to study courses from a range of subjects to form a broad educational foundation and choose a major to focus on for your last two years of study. However, more career-specific degrees exist such as business, medical, or engineering.
Whether you’re looking to study for a bachelor’s, master’s, PhD, or MBA in the USA, Studee can help you find the perfect university for you.
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What is the cost of studying in the USA?
University fees in the USA range between $25,000 - $35,000 dollars per year depending on your specific program and whether or not the university is public or private. Living costs can vary dramatically depending on your chosen state and city.
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Where can you study in the USA?
Every state has something different to offer: whether you want beaches, national parks, or sprawling cities, you’ll find it in the US.
New York and California are popular choices for university students, but they can be some of the most expensive places for living costs.
- Aston Township
- Cape Girardeau
- East Hartford
- Fort Lauderdale
- Galloway Township
- High Point
- Jersey City
- Las Vegas
- Lock Haven
- Los Angeles
- Mount Pleasant
- New York City
- Oklahoma City
- Saint Joseph
- San Antonio
- San Marcos
- St. Louis
- Washington DC
- West Palm Beach
- Wichita Falls
Universities in USA
- Atlantis University
- Bay Atlantic University
- Black Hills State University
- California Institute of Advanced Management
- Campbellsville University
- Central Michigan University
- Clark University
- College of Southern Nevada
- Davis & Elkins College
- Drury University
- Eastern New Mexico University
- Fairfield University
- Felician University
- Fisher College
- Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University
- Freed-Hardeman University
- Goodwin College
- Greenville University
- Guilford College
- Hesston College
- High Point University
- Illinois College
- John Jay College of Criminal Justice
- Juniata College
- Kansas State Polytechnic
- Keiser University
- Kent State University
- LeTourneau University
- Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania
- Manhattan College
- Manhattanville College
- Maryville University
- Midway University
- Midwestern State University
- Millersville University
- Missouri Western State University
- Mohawk Valley Community College
- Mount Aloysius College
- Neumann University
- New Jersey City University
- North Central College
- Nova Southeastern University
- Oklahoma City Community College
- Oklahoma City University
- Pace University
- Pacific Northwest College of Art
- Saint Francis University
- Saint Michael's College
- Simpson University
- Southeast Missouri State University
- Stephen F. Austin State University
- Stockton University
- Texas State University
- Thomas University
- Trine University
- University of Central Arkansas
- University of Findlay
- University of Kentucky
- University of Mount Union
- University of North Carolina Wilmington
- University of Southern Mississippi
- University of West Alabama
- University of Wisconsin Parkside
- University of Wyoming
- University of the Incarnate Word
- Ursinus College
- Westcliff University
- William Paterson University
What are the requirements to study in the USA?
QualificationsProof of secondary school completion is necessary for US university admission. If a university doesn’t believe you meet the requirements necessary they may offer you a pathway program. This means completing an English language course or associate degree before moving to your chosen degree.
English language testsIf you’re wanting to study in the US then take a TOEFL iBT test, as this is the most popular method of academic language testing in the US.
USA student visa
You’ll need an F1 student visa to study as an international student in the US.
Although your student visa is for a full time undergraduate or postgraduate degree, you generally won’t be able to work during your time as a student. In some cases work on campus may be granted, but you shouldn’t rely on this possibility.USA student visa requirements
How to study in the USA
- Choose a university and program in the USA
- Ensure you can meet the specific requirements set by the US university and take any necessary English tests
- Create an account with the university to fill in an online or printed form. Submit your application which will include sections such as personal data, educational background, and a letter of intent
- Submit supporting documents which may include translated and official transcripts, test scores, and bank statements
- Pay any application fees if necessary
- Receive notification of an offer
- Accept your offer and pay any deposits or fees to secure your place
- Arrange for your F1 visa