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COUNSELLING FOR USA

MS in US, i.e. Master's degree of Science in the United States of America is pursued after gaining fundamental knowledge in their field of interest. This is with the Bachelor's degree in their nation of residence. The American education system presents a wealthy field of choices for global students. There is an array of schools, programs and locations that the choices might overwhelm any scholar, even those from the U.S.

As you start your school search, it's significant to make yourself known to the American education system. Understanding the system will assist you to narrow down your choices and develop your learning plan.

Students opting to study here are spoilt for choice. USA has more than 4000 educational institutions that offer courses at undergraduate, postgraduate/masters, doctorate levels in various fields. They also encourage interdisciplinary programs and dual degree programs. US also offer various certification courses.

TYPES OF INSTITUTES

  • Public universities

    These are Government affiliated institutions financially supported by public funds/ taxes, usually in large amounts. Public universities are relatively easy on the pocket. There are many well-known public universities across the country, which have high intakes for International Students.

    Eg: Pennsylvania State University, Ohio State University, University of California, University of Texas, California State University, State University of New York

  • Private Universities

    Private institutions operate without control or support of the government. Tuition fees for these institutions are usually higher compared to Public Universities, but international and domestic students pay the same amount of fees.

    Eg. Long Island University, George Washington University, New York University, University of Southern California and Carnegie Mellon University

  • Technical Schools

    There are schools that offer programs mainly in engineering and are known for their active research projects and graduate programs. Most international students who attend these schools are at a graduate level. Students admitted in these schools tend to have a very strong background in math and science, as indicated by grades and standardized test scores (e.g. SAT or GRE).

    Eg. M.I.T. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Cal Poly (California Polytechnic Institute), Georgia Tech (Georgia Institute of Technology), NYIT (New York Institute of Technology) and WPI (Worcester Polytechnic Institute)

  • The Ivy League

    These schools are the oldest and very well-known globally. The members of the Ivy League are: Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Brown, Dartmouth, Cornell, Columbia and the University of Pennsylvania. Ivy League universities emphasize on undergraduate liberal arts education, but also boast graduate and professional schools. Admission into these universities is highly competitive.

  • Liberal Arts Colleges

    They usually focus on basic training of traditional arts and science disciplines: humanities, sciences and social sciences. Liberal arts colleges are often quite old and are mostly private schools. These colleges are highly rated because they emphasize on small classes, individual attention to students and closer relationships between teachers and students.

TYPES OF INSTITUTES

Public universities

These are Government affiliated institutions financially supported by public funds/ taxes, usually in large amounts. Public universities are relatively easy on the pocket. There are many well-known public universities across the country, which have high intakes for International Students.

Eg: Pennsylvania State University, Ohio State University, University of California, University of Texas, California State University, State University of New York



Private Universities

Private institutions operate without control or support of the government. Tuition fees for these institutions are usually higher compared to Public Universities, but international and domestic students pay the same amount of fees.

Eg. Long Island University, George Washington University, New York University, University of Southern California and Carnegie Mellon University



Technical Schools

There are schools that offer programs mainly in engineering and are known for their active research projects and graduate programs. Most international students who attend these schools are at a graduate level. Students admitted in these schools tend to have a very strong background in math and science, as indicated by grades and standardized test scores (e.g. SAT or GRE).

Eg. M.I.T. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Cal Poly (California Polytechnic Institute), Georgia Tech (Georgia Institute of Technology), NYIT (New York Institute of Technology) and WPI (Worcester Polytechnic Institute)

The Ivy League

These schools are the oldest and very well-known globally. The members of the Ivy League are: Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Brown, Dartmouth, Cornell, Columbia and the University of Pennsylvania. Ivy League universities emphasize on undergraduate liberal arts education, but also boast graduate and professional schools. Admission into these universities is highly competitive.




Liberal Arts Colleges

They usually focus on basic training of traditional arts and science disciplines: humanities, sciences and social sciences. Liberal arts colleges are often quite old and are mostly private schools. These colleges are highly rated because they emphasize on small classes, individual attention to students and closer relationships between teachers and students.




REQUIREMENTS FOR APPLICATION TO USA

Intake


The major intake is during Fall (in the month of September), but many universities also offer Spring intakes. Since the subjects offered are almost constant (especially core courses), the student need not worry on losing out on any.