The United States government does not regulate the quality of educational programs offered at colleges and universities. Instead, the accreditation of a school tells you that the school has met a minimum standard of quality in its academic programs. Accrediting organizations are authorized by the US Department of Education to set these standards and then evaluate whether a school’s program meets them. If so, then the school is said to be “accredited” by that body.
It is very important to choose a school that has been accredited. By attending an accredited school, you can be sure that your degree will be recognized by other schools (should you want to pursue an advanced degree) and by employers. You can find out directly from the school whether it is accredited and also by which organizations. This information may also be available in some college guides. For more information on how the accreditation process works, visit the Council on Higher Education Accreditation.
US universities and colleges consistently rank very high in world rankings, which is just one of the reasons many students choose to study in the USA. It offers international students the most exciting, rewarding and comprehensive array of study options in the world. International students who choose to study in the USA have almost unlimited study choices. Furthermore, international students who successfully complete their degrees in the USA are highly sought after by employers worldwide.
The United States lies in North America, bordering both the North Atlantic Ocean and the North Pacific Ocean, between Canada and Mexico. Mostly temperate, but tropical in Hawaii and Florida, arctic in Alaska, semi-arid in the great plains west of the Mississippi River, and arid in the Great Basin of the southwest; low winter temperatures in the northwest are ameliorated occasionally in January and February by warm Chinook winds from the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains.
Tuition fees vary from school to school, please contact our office for more details.
$7200- $12000 per year
International students can work up to 40 hours per week in “practical training” jobs for which they are paid regular wages.
Student life in the USA is dynamic, with a wide range of extra-curricular activities on and off campus. Housing options are available to meet a variety of requirements and strong support services for international students. Studying in the U.S. offers many advantages and America is justly proud of its excellent educational institutions. International students studying in the U.S. will benefit from the most modern and up-to-date facilities, including well-equipped laboratories, huge inter-linked university libraries and cutting edge information technology systems.