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ABOUT USA

The United States boasts of one of the world’s finest education systems in the world. It is home to the world’s most reputed and class-leading universities for a variety of graduate and post graduate programs. As a study abroad student in the United States, one will get the lifetime opportunity to work and study with some of the brightest minds in the world as it is highly diverse. Universities in the United States are renowned for offering cutting-edge technology, research facilities and training techniques to students. You can also get opportunities for teaching and training to help finance your education easily. Many universities in the U.S. also offer the option to take different courses, discover new interests and learn new things

Studying in the United States is a rewarding experience for international students. You can easily seek work opportunities during or after completing your degree. Most international companies and firms recruit talent from American universities that is why US is popular with students from the world. Another advantage of studying abroad in the US is the rich cultural and social life that will surround you. So, you can make friends and build a global network. Apart from studies and professional growth, you will also get the opportunity to sight see interesting places and unique destinations during your stay in the United States.

Study Cost in USA

  • Diploma / Advanced Diploma = US$10,000 – US$15,000 (Approx)
  • Bachelor Program = US$20,000 – US$33,000 (Approx)
  • Master's Program = US$20,000 – US$35,000 (Approx)

Living Cost in USA

Living cost in USA per year approximately…

  • Student (Per Year) = US$17,520
  • Spouse (Per Year) = US$4,900
  • Child (Per Year) = US$2,970

Accommodation cost in USA approximately…

  • Hostels and Guesthouses – $70 to $150 per week
  • Shared Rental – $50 to $135 per week
  • On campus – $90 to $170 per week
  • Homestay – $100 to $270 per week
  • Rental – $130 to $360 per week

Other expenses…

  • Groceries and eating out – $80 to $95 per week
  • Gas, electricity – $20 to $45 per week
  • Phone and Internet – $12 to $16 per week
  • Public transport – $60 to $75 per week
  • Car (after purchase) – $120 to $270 per week

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    * These are approximate costs and may vary depending on university, course & City.