Study in the United States

USA is a great study destination


Many international students aspire to pursue higher education in the United States. The United States, which is often seen as the leader of the free world, has a plethora of top-ranked universities and educational institutions that offer internationally recognised degrees.

There are 4 institutions in the United States, each with a variety of study options and cost levels to accommodate every student.

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

The Education System

With over 4,500 institutions and colleges to select from, the United States has ten times the number of tertiary-level study possibilities as any other country, making it considerably easier to pursue your career goals.

If you choose to continue your education, you can pursue a Master’s Degree (2 additional years) or a Doctorate (1 – 4 further years) in a wide range of fields.

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happy students or bachelors in mortar boards

The Cost

It can be costly to study in the United States. Managing your costs might be difficult when state institutions charge upwards a year and private universities charge average for an undergraduate bachelor’s degree.

If you want to get an Associate Degree, you can get one from a public institution for as little as USD$ 3,300 each year.

Visa Requirements

There are two types of student visas issued by the United States. Students who attend school, college, university, or other academic institutions, including language programmes, are classified as Category ‘F,’ while vocational and non-academic programmes are classified as Category ‘M.’


If you want to get a student visa in the United States, you must follow the steps in this order.

  • Become a member of AFIL and speak with an education counsellor.
  • With our assistance, you can apply to colleges and universities (We have a great working relationship with every one of them)
  • Take TOEFL or other recognised English language test.
  • You will be given an i20 document.
  • Obtain the student visa papers.
  • Fill out the DS 160 form and schedule a visa interview.
  • Participate in a visa interview
  • Obtain your passport.
Multinational group of cheerful students studying in the university library.

Health Cover

In the United States, healthcare is quite costly. If you don’t have insurance, you’ll have to pay a lot of money for treatment if you get sick. Unless you are covered by your spouse’s employer’s insurance or a similar arrangement, you should consider obtaining a solid plan that is tailored to your health and hobbies.

The government does not require international students visiting the United States on an F1 visa to carry health insurance. However, it is likely that the school you are attending will require it. Even though your school does not require you to carry insurance, it is strongly suggested that you do so.

USA’s Best Studying Places

All of the well-known institutions are evenly distributed across the United States. Each state in the country has a number of prestigious institutions to boast about.

  • Boston
  • New York
  • Los Angeles
  • San Francisco
  • Chicago
  • Atlanta

 These cities provide opportunities for foreign exposure, industry engagement while studying, and crucial professional connections, among other things.

Students Learning Using Gadgets Sitting Outdoors In University Campus

Popular Courses

The courses offer lucrative career opportunities with top companies from around the world

  • Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
  • Business Management
  • Medicine
  • Pharmaceutical Studies
  • Science & Mathematics


US institutions offer over 2 million courses and international students can study at any level starting from a diploma to Doctorate

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