Study in USA




USA
 
The United States is the world's oldest surviving federation. It is a constitutional republic and representative democracy, "in which majority rule is tempered by minority rights protected by law". In the American federalist system, citizens are usually subject to three levels of government: federal, state, and local.
The United States is a developed country and has the world's largest national economy, with an estimated GDP in 2013 of $16.7 trillion – 23% of global nominal GDP and 19% at purchasing-power parity.


 

 

  • Full name: United States of America

  • Population: 313.9 million (2012)

  • Capital: Washington D. C

  • Largest city: Arlington

  • Area: 3.71 million square miles (9.62 million km2) 


Other Cities:

California, taxes, newjersy, newyork, losangalis, Miami

Climate:

To the east of the 100th meridian, the climate ranges from humid continental in the north to humid subtropical in the south. The southern tip of Florida is tropical, as is Hawaii.
 
Multiculturalism:

American public education is operated by state and local governments, regulated by the United States Department of Education through restrictions on federal grants. There are also local community colleges with generally more open admission policies, shorter academic programs, and lower tuition.
Higher education in the United States is often at one of the 4,495 colleges or universities and junior colleges in the country. Like high school, the four undergraduate grades are commonly called
Fresh man, sophomore, junior, and senior years (alternatively called first year, second year, etc.).

Language:

 English, Spanish
 
 System:

USA has the world’s largest international student population, with over 700,000 students choosing to broaden their education and life experience in the United States. 
Apart from being the leading destination of choice for international students, USA offers a wide range of attractions and opportunities.
For many of the international students who study in the US each year, the freedom to choose and change subjects and schools is also big advantage. You can begin your studies in a smaller US college, complete a two-year associate degree, and then transfer to a larger USA university for further study.

The United States has thousands of accredited colleges and universities renowned for quality, numerous programs of study, and flexibility to change fields of study and schools. The wide range of tuition and living costs makes the United States affordable for hundreds of thousands of international students each year. Whichever region you choose, you’re sure to find the right campus for you. Your journey to study in the United States begins today.
 
 Education:
 
 According to a June 27, 2012 post by Study in the USA, “in the 2009/2010 academic year the number of international students in the USA rose by 3% to an all-time high of 690,923.” The U.S. continues to be the top choice for international students who want to continue their studies and broaden their experience.
As the former Director of University Placement Services at ELS Language Center (USA) and EDWAM Services Institute and AFME/AMIDEAST (Iran), I helped place thousands of students from around the world at U.S. colleges and universities to pursue undergraduate, graduate and advanced degrees. There are many benefits to studying in the U.S. and here are 8 reasons why international students choose to study in the United States
 
The United States has one of the finest systems of higher education in the world. Its many different institutions offer academic and practical studies in almost any subject, at all levels, and for all types of student. U.S. universities also provide some of the world’s best professional degree programs in Engineering, Business Administration, Communications and Computer Science where students have the opportunity to work directly with some of the finest and best minds in their field of study. In addition, U.S. degrees have worldwide recognition for their excellence

There is some flexibility in undergraduate programs where you are able to find a wide variety of courses to choose from to meet the requirements for the academic degree you are studying. Also, undergraduate programs allow flexibility to transfer to different institutions and switching your major field of study if you have a change of mind. If you know what you want to study, you can complete a “double major,” and cover two academic fields which you complete within the normal four years of study. And, if you’re “undecided,” you have time to make up your mind and pick a major (field of study) as you complete a variety of subjects in the first 1-2 years under the “liberal arts” requirements of the bachelor’s degree.
At the graduate level, you will be able to tailor your coursework to meet your specific academic goals and needs. You can select topics for a graduate thesis or dissertation based on ideas that are important to you and of interest to you and your country.
U.S. institutions also offer flexible entrance dates: Fall, Winter Spring or summer with wide range of application deadlines (1-8 months before expected date of entry).

One of the perks of attending a U.S. college or university is the vibrant campus life you’ll be able to experience through a variety of non-academic activities available to help you get involved. You could run for a position in student government, write for the university newspaper, or join one of the many social or academic clubs available on the college/university campus. You could even cheer your university’s teams from football, basketball, baseball, or soccer!
The size of the U.S. with its great diversity in geography and culture offers international students an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to travel and see the country during long university summer holidays. The international student’s offices on U.S. campuses also arrange programs such as holiday trips and host family stays that provide students immersion into American family life and culture.

One thing universities in the U.S. pride themselves on is being on the forefront of technology. You can be sure that even if you’re not pursuing studies skilled in using cutting-edge technology to help you with your research, staying connected with other researchers, teachers and experts in your field on a global level.
At the graduate level, students who wish to help finance their education are able to acquire valuable experience through teaching and/or research. This is because many graduate programs at U.S. institutions provide training and teaching opportunities to help students become teaching assistants to undergraduate and/or research assistants on special projects related to their field of study.
In the sciences or engineering, you will still have access to the latest technologies available on campus. This exposure will provide you with opportunities to become

Education is a valuable commodity and international students who have earned degrees from U.S. colleges and universities find that they are sought after by employers for their wide range of knowledge and experience. As more U.S. companies seek to have a stronger presence in the global marketplace, they look to hiring individuals whose language skills and education helps them communicate, negotiate and conduct business across different cultures. International companies too look at recruiting from the pool of strong international student graduates of U.S. institutions for the same reasons as their U.S. counterparts.

 
 Economy:

Tourism in the United States is a large industry that serves millions of international and domestic tourists yearly. Tourists visit the US to see natural wonders, cities, historic landmarks, and entertainment venues. Americans seek similar attractions, as well as recreation and vacation areas.
Tourism in the United States grew rapidly in the form of urban tourism during the late nineteenth and early twentieth century’s. By the 1850s, tourism in the United States was well established both as a cultural activity and as an industry. New York, Chicago, Boston,
 
 Work rights during studies:
 
 International students studying in the USA on F-1 status visa are eligible to work on campus up to 20 hours a week while school is in session and can work full time during vacations / scheduled breaks. Students are eligible to begin employment immediately upon being admitted to the United States.

Work rights for your spouse:
 
 The spouse of a student cannot work if they have travelled to the USA on a dependent visa. If seeking employment, the appropriate work visa will be required.