Study, Work, Live in United States
If you are planning to live, learn and grow in the United States, you already possess a well-known American characteristic—a sense of adventure! As an international student, you will experience many new and exciting things. In this section, we hope to prepare you for some of the adventures involved in living in the United States.
It is difficult, if not impossible, to discuss exactly what “Living in the U.S.” means to everyone. American culture has been enriched by the values and belief systems of virtually every part of the world. From an international student’s perspective, that diversity is very valuable. If you choose to live in a completely different environment, you may be challenged with new situations every day; but if you decide to live in a part of the U.S. that resembles your home country in some ways, you may find comfort in those similarities.
Work-Study in the USA
Working while studying can be a great opportunity to earn money while in the US, and international students can expect to make at least minimum wage. Although this will not be enough to fund all of your education it can certainly help offset the cost. Before participating in a Work Study program it’s important to also make sure you understand the demands of your courses and manage your schedule. Along with providing you extra cash and experience on your resume, Work Study programs allow you the opportunity to practice English in a professional environment, helping you to prepare for work after college.
Why Study In United States?
The US has been the top education destination for international students.
Many students prefer US education for a fact, it has the highest number of top-ranking universities and provides better career opportunities.
For application for admissions in USA colleges and universities, students have to meet certain admission requirements such as language test ( IELTS & TOEFL ), Minimum score, Standardized tests like SAT & ACT, Grade levels, and more.
US ADMISSION PROCESS
For admission on any US University, belwo are few listed requirements.
- High School grades from the past 4 years including final year predicted grades or mock test results
- Standardized test scores – SAT | ACT | SAT Subject Tests | Advanced Placement Tests
- English Proficiency Test score – IELTS Academic | TOEFL iBT
- Academic Reference Letters
- University Essays
- Resume and Extra Curricular Profile
- Passport Copy, Bank Letter and Financial Affidavit