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Study in USA

The Education System in the United States follows a pattern similar to other countries:

  • Early childhood (or pre-kindergarten) education
  • Primary (or elementary) school
  • Middle (or junior high) school 
  • Secondary (or high) school 
  • Postsecondary (college, career, or technical schools) education 

Most education policy is decided at the state and local levels. The federal government role in education is limited, but the Department of Education:

 

Learn English

If you want to learn English or need to join an English as a Second Language (ESL) program for school or work, these resources can help you find local and online courses:

  • Schools or Nonprofit Organizations: If you live in the U.S., every state, county, and city has its own education programs and resources for learning English. If you have children, talk to their school staff,  or contact a community college, university, or nonprofit organization to find local programs.
  • Internet: Learn English from home with the website USALearns.org or download the application to your phone or tablet to practice on the go. Listen to ShareAmerica.gov for audio conversations to learn English.
  • Libraries: In some communities, libraries offer English classes and materials to study. Find a library near you.

If you are concerned that you might have been scammed or overcharged by an ESL program, contact the Federal Trade Commission to file a complaint.

College or University (Postsecondary)

These five steps explain the process an international student can follow to study in a university or college in the U.S.:

1. Research Your Options. Postsecondary education includes six degree levels: associate, bachelor, first-professional, master, advanced intermediate, and research doctorate. The U.S. system does not offer a second or higher doctorate, but does offer postdoctoral research programs.

2. Finance Your Studies. The U.S. government does not provide loans, grants, or general scholarship assistance for international students. As an international student, you will have to find alternative sources of funding such as:

  • Your Home Country  Education Authorities - Many countries offer foreign study funding for their own nationals who are admitted to an approved program or institution abroad and who qualify for the assistance program.
  • The International Admissions Office - Many U.S. academic institutions assist international students. Contact the international admissions office at the schools you are interested in to learn if you may be eligible for assistance.
  • Scholarships and Grants - Private foundations, businesses, and nonprofit organizations offer scholarships and grants for study and research. Use the U.S. government’s free online scholarship search tool.
  • Exchange Programs Administered by the U.S. Government - These exchange programs, including the Fulbright Program and others at all education levels, provide assistance to qualified international students.

3. Complete your application. In the U.S., colleges and universities establish their own admission requirements, including third-party standardized tests. Follow the application requirements set by the admissions office of the institution in which you are interested.  

  • Foreign Diploma and Credit Recognition - Higher educational institutions and licensing boards in individual states evaluate academic coursework, degrees, and professional licenses. The U.S. has no single authority to evaluate foreign credentials.
  • Standardized Tests - As part of the application process, some programs require students to take one or more standardized tests. Plan to take your tests in advance so your scores are available when you submit your application.
  • Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) - Many colleges and universities require this test to measure your English language skills.

4. Apply for your visa. Before you can apply for a student visa, you must first be accepted by a U.S. institution of higher education that is certified by the SEVP.

5. Prepare for departure. Consider exploring these resources while you plan your move to the U.S.

Elementary, Middle School, or High School

Find information on studying in the U.S. as a foreign student in primary or secondary school:

source : www.usa.gov

 

Universities that we represent :

  1. Auburn University
  2. Cleveland State University
  3. Florida International University (FIU)
  4. Adelphi University
  5. Gonzaga University
  6. American Collegiate
  7. American University
  8. The University of Kansas (KU)
  9. Louisiana State University (LSU)
  10. The University of Mississippi
  11. University of Central Florida (UCF)
  12. University of Dayton
  13. University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC)
  14. University of The Pacific
  15. University of Southern Carolina (USC)
  16. Umass Amherst
  17. Umass Boston
  18. The University of Utah
  19. Berkeley Engineering
  20. Stanford Center for Professional Development
  21. Pine Manor COllege
  22. College of Mount Saint Vincent
  23. California State University, Fullerton
  24. University of Wisconsin OshKosh, Fox Cities
  25. INTO Colorado State University (CSU)
  26. INTO Oregon State University
  27. INTO The University of Arizona
  28. INTO The University of Arizona Global (273)
  29. Baylor University
  30. DePaul University
  31. University of Hartford
  32. James Madison University
  33. Lipscomb University
  34. Long Island University, Brooklyn
  35. Long Island University, Post
  36. Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
  37. Lynn University
  38. Western Washington University
  39. Florida Atlantic University Global Student Success Program 
  40. Richard Bland College of William & Mary Global Student Success Program
  41. University of Idaho Global Student Success Program
  42. University of New Hampshire Global Student Success Program
  43. Virginia Commonwealth University Global Student Success Program


Community Colleges we represent: 

  1. Edmonds Community College
  2. Bellevue College
  3. Cascadia College
  4. Seattle Central Community College
  5. Shoreline Community College
  6. North Seattle Community College (NSCC)
  7. De Anza College
  8. Foothill College
  9. Queens College

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