Study in United States of America
Studying in the United States is a guarantee of success for your professional future. The universities have a high educational level and world prestige, you will improve your level of English and you will live in one of the most developed countries on the planet.
· Capital Washington DC
· Most populated city New York 8.406 million (2013)
· Official language English
· Form of government Constitutional federal republic
· Currency US Dollar
· Religion Christianity
WHY CHOOSE THE UNITED STATES
· It is a very rich and developed country
· It has a multicultural society and a great cultural diversity
· You can practice and improve your English
· It has universities of great level and world prestige
· Educational institutions have many resources and modern facilities
· Foreign students are welcome and universities strive to facilitate their arrival and integrate them
The educational structure
Prior to higher education, American students attend elementary and secondary school for a combined total of 12 years. These years are known as the period of first grade to twelfth grade.
At the age of approximately six years, American children begin elementary school, which is commonly called "elementary school". They attend this school for five or six years and then go on to high school.
The secondary schools are made up of two programs: the first is called "middle school" or "junior high school" (middle school) and the second program is the "high school" (secondary school). At the high school graduation a diploma or certificate is awarded. Once graduated from high school (twelfth grade), American students can move to college or university. Studies in a college or university are known as "higher education".
Exams for Studying in the USA
Students have to pass one or more additional tests before they can be considered by most universities for admission. These range from the standardised graduate and college admission tests such as GRE, GMAT and SAT to English Language tests, such as TOEFL and IELTS.
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Cost to Study in the USA
Anyone familiar with the basic rules of averages will have realized that the HSBC estimate is likely to include significant variation in either direction – and this is true. At the very top-tier US universities (the majority of which are private non-profits), fees and living costs are likely to add up to around US$60,000 per year, but it’s also possible to study in the US at a much lower outlay.
Those seeking a more affordable option may find lower tuition fees at US universities within the public sector. These are typically run as state university systems – collections of colleges within a state, which share some administrative aspects while operating as separate institutions. Public universities in the US have two tuition fee rates: one for state residents and one for everyone else. The second (more expensive) category applies equally to applicants from other US states and from other countries.
According to student support organization College Board, published tuition fees for 2014/15 at state colleges are an average of US$9,139 for state residents, and $22,958 for everyone else. This compares to an average of $31,231 at private non-profit colleges. The cheapest options of all, however, are public-sector two-year colleges – also known as community, technical or city colleges – where average fees for 2014/15 are just $3,347.
Other Living Expenses (USD $)
Minimum Cost of Living (USD $)
Average Total - $1000/Month additional to Tuition Fee and Accommodation.