United State of America [USA]
Studying in the USA is a unique experience in itself. One will have an opportunity to experience the biggest education system of the world with more than 3000+ institutions of higher education promoting an open and holistic learning system. Learners have exposure to the rich intellectual asset generated by educational institutions over more than a century of research and innovation. Further, a well developed economy ensures that students get an ideal learning eco-system with the latest state-of-art infrastructure.
- Top educational institutes - Some of the best universities of the world are located in the United States. While many of well known domestic universities in India do not even feature in the top 300 of the world, you may have a fair chance to earn your degree from a top ranked university or college in the world studying in the USA.
- Global opportunities – The USA being one of the most developed countries in the world with a highly developed education system, learners will have first hand exposure to world class learning infrastructure, research and innovation.
- Multicultural society –America is known as the melting pot of cultures. Ever since the two world wars, people from various parts of the world have been migrating to the country. America is home to people of every country. The well mixed society will allow you to integrate into American society.
- Wide variety of programs to study – No education system in the country can beat USA in terms of the educational programs that she offers through her university system. With thousands of majors and minors study programs to choose from, learners have maximum flexibility to study something that best suits their academic and/or career objectives.
- Be highly sought after by employers – Since there is a strong interrelation between industry and education system in USA, the former understand the content and quality of degrees. Hence, the acceptances of US degrees are wide across various industry segments.
Advantage USA – Benefits of studying in the USA
Top USA Universities
Careerline Education Foundation prides itself in helping students to short list the best universities that suits their respective profiles, education and career objectives. Irrespective of whether we represent a particular university or not, we assist students in getting into the most appropriate universities they fit in. students are encouraged to choose from a large pool of well accredited universities spread across 50 states.
Some of the top universities where we may help you to get in are;
Harvard University, Massachusetts Institute Of Technology, Yale University, Princeton University, Stanford University, Columbia University In The City Of New York, California Institute Of Technology, University Of Chicago, Dartmouth College, Vanderbilt University, Brown University, University Of Pennsylvania, Washington University In St Louis, Pomona College, Northwestern University, Rice University, Duke University, Cooper Union For The Advancement Of Science And Art, Harvey Mudd College, Cornell University, Swarthmore College, Bowdoin College, Amherst College, Williams College, Tufts University, Georgetown University, University Of Notre Dame, Johns Hopkins University, University Of California-Berkeley, Haverford College, Middlebury College, Washington And Lee University, University Of Southern California, Emory University, Carleton College, University Of California-Los Angeles, Barnard College, University Of Virginia-Main Campus, Davidson College, Hamilton College, Wellesley College, Carnegie Mellon University, Claremont McKenna College, Boston College, United States Air Force Academy, Tulane University Of Louisiana, Wesleyan University, College Of William And Mary, Vassar College, Wake Forest University, University Of North Carolina At Chapel Hill, University Of California-San Diego, New York University, University Of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Colgate University, Grinnell College, Colorado College. Scripps College, Bucknell University, University Of California-Irvine, Colby College, University Of Rochester, Pitzer College, Northeastern University, Trinity College, Oberlin College, University Of California-Santa Barbara, Reed College, Macalester College, Lehigh University, Franklin And Marshall College, University Of Tulsa, University Of Tulsa, University Of Richmond, Brandeis University, California State University-Long Beach, University Of California-Davis, Lafayette College, College Of The Holy Cross, United States Coast Guard Academy, Georgia Institute Of Technology-Main Campus, George Washington University, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Smith College, Connecticut College, The University Of Texas At Austin, Occidental College, Union College, Bryn Mawr College, Gettysburg College, University Of Florida, Bates College, Case Western Reserve University, Kenyon College, Mount Holyoke College, Colorado School Of Mines, SUNY At Binghamton, University Of Washington-Seattle Campu, Whitman College.
The total cost of education may vary from institution and geographical locations. While universities located in urban and cosmopolitan areas are relatives costlier than those situated in rural set up, there may be funding opportunities that can decide the final cost. Visit scholarship section to know more about funding your studies in USA.
An average cost of education at undergraduate level may vary from US$8000-US$25,000 per year whereas the annual cost for graduate studies may range from US$12,000-US$ 30,000 per year.
Cost of living may also vary between US$ 8000 to US$12,000 per year depending on the location, life style and individual needs.
During their free time student can travel around the country to experience one of the most diverse and advanced civilization on this planet. From lush green country sides to rocky mountains; from deserts to lavish beaches- the country has lot of offer to nature lovers. Further, the highly cosmopolitan cities, charming towns and a vibrant culture offers travellers a feel of one of the most advanced civilization on this planet.
Student can take up part time jobs while studying.
Economy and Employment
The USA economy is world’s largest economy with an estimated nominal GDP of US$ 16.8 trillion in 2013, nearly a quarter of global nominal GDP. Further, being a mixed economy, there has been consistency in GDP growth rate, unemployment rate and high levels of research and capital investments.
USA is the third largest producer of oil and natural gas and the largest manufacturer, representing a fifth of global manufacturing output. Of the world’s fortune 500 companies, 132 are headquartered in the USA. The country also has an influential stock market with nearly US$ 5.7 trillion as investments including foreign investments and Americans investing offshore.
Such a vibrant economy has attracted productive labour from all over the world which in turn has given rise to increasing migration- the highest in the world
- Associate degree: A two year associate degree generally at a community college or university
- Associate degree or certificate: One or two year of vocational training in a specific subject
- Undergraduate: A four year degree at a private or public university. Many colleges too offer degree programs in various disciplines.
- Masters degree: Two years of masters degree after 4 years under graduation or equivalent with or without specialization in a specific chosen course
- Doctoral studies: Two or three years of research at a university after 2 years of Masters degree