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Study In USA

USA have long been one of the favored destinations for international students. A true land of opportunities, US have a number of competitive private and public institutions of higher education. It also houses the highest number of top ranked universities which offer a diverse range of courses. A home to diverse ethnicity, US proffer a unique cultural experience with a wide variety of ethnic groups, traditions and values. For students opting to study in the US, the country offers a great chance to grow academically, culturally and socially.

Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Study in USA
• Educational class
• Cultural diversity
• Facilities provided for international students
• Advanced capabilities
• Academic learning environment

Visa requirements for the USA

Applying for visas is often seen as complicated, but IDP Education’s trained counselors are experts in guiding students through the application process.

There are three main visa types that students can opt for to study in a US university. These are as follows:-

  • F-1 Student Visa: Academic Study – F-1 is the most common type of student visa issued to international students who wish to undertake academic studies in the USA. With an F1 visa, international students can undertake part-time, on-campus employment (20 hours per week while regular semester studies and 40 hours per week during vacations). In addition to this, students can work on optional practical training (OPT) for up to one year once they have completed their academic study.
  • J-1 Student Visa: Exchange Visitor Visa – A J-1 Student Visa is issued to students who wish to undertake practical training which is not available in their native nation to complete their academic program. A J-1 student status gives similar employment options as that given to the F-1 visa, with same restrictions, subject to a permission granted by the exchange visitor program sponsor.
  • M-1 Student Visa: Non-Academic Study – M-1 Student Visa is issued to those who wish to attend a non-academic or vocational school in the USA. With M-1 visa, students cannot take up work during the course of their study period.

Steps for applying for a USA student visa

The visa application process starts with the receipt of an I-20. The I-20 confirms a student’s acceptance and enrollment at a university or other educational institution.

  1. Pay the SEVIS fee (Student and Exchange Visitor Information System)
  2. Pay the visa fee at the nominated bank
  3. Complete the visa application form
  4. Book a visa interview appointment
  5. Attend your visa interview
  6. Your passport is returned to you by courier


  1. University of Arizona: Center for English as a Second Language
  2. University of California, Irvine
  3. University of California, Riverside IEP
  4. Washington State University
  5. University of Vermont
  6. Kent State University
  7. Washington State University
  8. University of Vermont
  9. Kent State University
  10. University of Nevada, Reno
  11. University of Idaho
  12. C.E. Language Institutes – Montana State University
  13. San Francisco State University
  14. Northern Arizona University
  15. San José State University
  16. James Madison University
  17. Wichita State University
  18. Cleveland State University
  19. Western Kentucky University
  20. Humboldt State University
  21. Long Island University, Brooklyn
  22. Long Island University, Post
  23. Northern Kentucky University
  24. Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi
  25. Eastern Washington University
  26. Sonoma State University
  27. Widener University
  28. Northeastern Illinois University
  29. Southeast Missouri State University
  30. Alliant International University
  31. Tarleton State University
  32. Murray State University
  33. Ohio Wesleyan University
  34. Western New England University
  35. Roosevelt University
  36. Johnson & Wales University
  37. University of New Haven
  38. Ashland University
  39. Southern New Hampshire University
  40. Oklahoma City University
  41. Colorado Mesa University
  42. National University
  43. Manhattanville College
  44. Chatham University
  45. Full Sail University
  46. Mercy College
  47. College of Southern Nevada
  48. New York Film Academy
  49. Saint Leo University
  50. Merrimack College
  51. Westcliff University
  52. Florida Polytechnic University
  53. Husson University
  54. Chadron State College
  55. College of San Mateo
  56. Francis University
  57. Northeast Wisconsin Technical College
  58. College of Saint Elizabeth
  59. Elgin Community College
  60. Thomas University
  61. Monroe College
  62. Post University
  63. San Mateo Colleges – Skyline College
  64. IGlobal University
  65. City College New York
  66. San Mateo Colleges – Cañada College
  67. SIT Graduate Institute
  68. South Puget Sound Community College
  69. Hancock International College
  70. SUNY Fulton-Montgomery Community College
  71. American Language Academy
  72. Spokane College of English Language
  73. LIM College
  74. Bridge Language and Education Abroad
  75. Embassy English – United States of America
  76. American English College
  77. City University of Seattle

78.Lewis-clark  state college

79.montana state university