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Frequently Asked Questions

1. How much will it cost to study in USA?

The Education board of USA believes in providing comfortable and quality education to its students, though the cost of studying in the USA will be pretty high. On average, it'll cost you a minimum of $35000 if you opt for a public university. Aside from it, the cost will burgeon to around $80000 to $100000 for the private campus. The above figures were the total of all living and accommodation expenses. Check Cost of Studying in USA for more all information.

2. Can I study free in the USA?

There are very fewer chances of getting success. However, you can apply for fully funded scholarships or find universities that do not have any tuition fees. For more information on Scholarships, Check Scholarships in the USA.

3. How can I go to USA to study?

You can be there in USA in just six steps.

  • Accommodate all prerequisites (You can check Study in the USA)
  • Start preparing for intakes.
  • Reach us at Enrol, and our expert panel will guide you to find, and perfect/desired university and programmes.
  • Apply for a student visa
  • Take admission to the university of USA during Intakes
  • Clear the entrance exams

4. Can I study in the USA without IELTS?

Yes, you can enrol in the United States without taking the IELTS exam if you have finished your senior secondary education or graduated from a programme that used English as the language of learning, or if you have studied inside an English-speaking country for a period of time.

5. Can I go to the USA after 12th?

Yes, it’ll be an easy ride for you if you’ve secured good marks in 12th STD. You’ve to appear for the different exams as per your choice. SAT, GRE, and GMAT are some examples.

6. Can I work during studying in USA?

Yes, you can work up to 40 hours a week throughout the academic year, and you may be able to work overtime depending on your job. Moreover, in first academic year, you've to look for alternatives since campuses will not allow you to work off-campus.

7. What is Form I-20?

Obtained after getting admission in (SEVP)-certified school, I-20 form is one of the necessary documents a student requires in order to study in USA. It referred to as the "Certificate of Eligibility for Non-immigrant Student Status". You can contact your authorised school administrator, DSO, after getting into the Student and Exchange Visitor Program.

8. What is the minimum bank balance required for a student visa in the United States?

If your program lasts two years, you must have finances for the two years provided on the I-20, which is double the sum stated on the I20. If your I-20 states that you will be paid $35000 for the first year, you will require $70000 for the entirety of your studies.

9. What exams are required to study in USA after 12th?

  • 1. American College Test (ACT).
  • 2. IELTS (International English Language Testing System)..
  • 3. Graduate Record Examination (GRE).
  • 4. MCAT (Medical College Admission Test).
  • 5. TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language).
  • 6. LSAT (Law School Admission Test).
  • 7. Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT).
  • 8. Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT).

10. What is the maximum age for an F1 visa?

There is no upper age limit for filing for an F1 student visa as long as you have been admitted to a school in the USA.

11. Is it possible for an average student to study in the USA?

Yes, even an average pupil can study abroad. Although the meaning of average is changeable, they are eligible to study overseas. When it comes to studying abroad, there are numerous colleges and courses that appeal to each student and propel them into a bright future.

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