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Indian students are always keen to study in the United States, and higher education in the United States is a dream for many Indian students. The United States of America is home to the world's largest number of foreign students. Many Indian students choose to study in US for a variety of reasons, including quality education, a creative program, a multicultural atmosphere, and numerous opportunities. Often looked up to as the leader of the free world, one can find numerous top-ranking universities abroad for Indian students and educational institutions in the USA that provide globally recognized degrees.

Since US is one of the most powerful nations in the world, it is the preferred education destination for all international students. Studying in the United States is always worthwhile because it provides a variety of career opportunities and would be a perfect choice for Indian students who are always struggling to obtain the best education for their career goals.

Study in USA

In US there are four educational categories each offering varied study choices and levels of affordability to suit every student.


  • • State Colleges / Universities
  • • Private Colleges / Universities
  • • Community Colleges
  • • Institutes of Technology

USA Education System

The versatility provided by the number and variety of institution types embodied by the US higher education system is one of its most appealing features. With over 4,500 universities and colleges in the United States, the US education system provides ten times the number of tertiary-level study opportunities as any other nation, making it much easier for students to pursue their career goals.
There are the 4 types of Degrees in USA which are as below-:


  • • Masters in USA degree (Academic) of 2years
  • • Ms in US degree (Professional) of 1 to 3 years
  • • Bachelor's degree of 3 to 4 years
  • • Doctorate or PhD in US of 5 to 8 years.

Study Visa Process

The Student Visa USA is of two categories. Category ‘F’ for students who attend school, college, university, or other academic institutions including language programs

Student Visa for USA from India requires you to follow these steps as per the order.


  • • Apply to institutions with our help (We have a great working relationship with every one of them)
  • • Take an IELTS or any other accepted English test
  • • Receive an i20 document
  • • Collect student visa document
  • • Fill DS 160 form & book visa interview
  • • Attend visa interview
  • • Collect your passport

Language or Entrance Test

There is a proof of language and academic evaluation needed, in order to receive admittance from US institutions. These include academic evaluations of admissions to US Universities at UG and PG levels. These examinations include IELTS/TOEFL, SAT/ACT (UG-level academic evaluation), GRE/GMAT/LSAT/MCAT (PG-level academic assessment), and more.


In-Demand Courses

• When the subject of studying abroad comes up in conversation, the United States is the first name that comes to mind. In terms of global education, the United States ranks first with almost 100,000 foreign students enrolled in its numerous universities. Whether it's the broad range of choices or the versatility of the courses, US Universities continue to attract a growing number of international students.

Preferable Courses to Study in USA
  • • Business management (MBA in USA
  • • Engineering
  • • Math’s and Computer Sciences
  • • Social Sciences
  • • Physical and Life Sciences

Institutions in USA


Study in US which is a multicultural country that lets students experience diverse cultures and lifestyles which will help them evolve as global citizens. Like any other country, each city has different living costs, and if students plan their stay and lifestyle smartly, the experience of study in US for Indian students would be very enjoyable and enriching. All of the highly recognized institutions are as follow.


  • • American National University
  • • Ashland University
  • • Auburn University at Montgomery
  • • Ball State University
  • • Bradley University
  • • Northwest Missouri State University
  • • Texas A&M University
  • • Western New England University
  • • California State University - Sacramento
  • • California State University - San Bernardino
  • • Charleston Southern University
  • • Colorado State University
  • • EAG Concord University
  • • EAG Nova Southeastern University
  • • Duke University
  • • Duquesne University
  • • Seattle Pacific University
  • • Stevens Institute of Technology
  • • University of Maryland, Baltimore County
  • • University of Nebraska - Lincoln
  • • Enrollment Advisory Group EAG Global
  • • Dickinson University USA
  • • Florida International University
  • • Full Sail University
  • • Gannon University
  • • Grand Valley State University
  • • Concordia University Chicago
  • • Webster University
  • • Colorado State University
  • • Drew University
  • • George Mason University
  • • Illinois State University
  • • Marshall University
  • • Oregon State University
  • • Saint Louis University
  • • Suffolk University
  • • University of Alabama Birmingham
  • • University of South Florida
  • • Washington State University
  • • Jacksonville State University
  • • Johnson and Wales University
  • • Arizona State University
  • • Northeastern University
  • • Pace University
  • • Quinnipiac University
  • • Simmons University
  • • Tulsa University
  • • Kennesaw State University
  • • Kent State University
  • • La Sierra University
  • • Lincoln University of Oakland CA
  • • Missouri State University
  • • Montana State University
  • • Montclair State University
  • • Morehead State University
  • • Murray State University
  • • National University
  • • Park University
  • • Adelphi University at Manhattan
  • • American University
  • • Florida International University
  • • Southern States University
  • • St. Ambrose University
  • • St. George's University
  • • SUNY The College at Brockport
  • • Louisiana State University
  • • The University of Illinois at Chicago
  • • University of Central Florida
  • • University of Dayton
  • • University of Kansas
  • • University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • • University of Massachusetts Boston
  • • University of Mississippi
  • • University of South Carolina
  • • University of the Pacific
  • • University of Utah
  • • Sonoma State University
  • • South Dakota State University
  • • Southeast Missouri State University
  • • Southern Connecticut State University
  • • Southern New Hampshire University
  • • Tennessee Technological University
  • • Texas Wesleyan University
  • • Tiffin University
  • • Troy University
  • • University of Alabama
  • • University of California Irvine Ext.
  • • University of California San Diego Ext.
  • • University of Dayton
  • • University of Idaho
  • • University of South Alabama
  • • University of South Dakota
  • • University of Texas - Arlington