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Study in USA | BEFOED - Beyond Foreign Education

Admission Requirement

Between study levels and programmes, there are different academic prerequisites.

Indian students must meet minimum academic criteria and English language competency requirements.

Students are obliged to submit these documents regardless of their colleges or intakes.

Copy of a valid passport
 Academic Transcript
  ACT/SAT/LSAT for UG programs
  GMAT/GRE scores for PG programs
  English proficiency scores(IELTS/TOEFL)
  Letter of recommendation
  Statement of purpose(SOP)
  Evidence of funds

Key Facts
Important facts to know while studying in US


January, May & September

Listed Universities

937 Universities

Number of International Students


Indian Diaspora in USA


Average Tuition Fee

$20000 to $40000

Average Cost of Living

$12000 to $15000

Top Courses
Explore Courses of the US

Engineering & computer science courses
Life Science courses
Business Management courses
Law & Legal Studies
Arts & Humanities
Interior & Spatial Designer

Education System

American education is built on interactive and practical learning. For all academic levels, the US offers a wide variety of courses.

The US has several different kinds of institutions that offer high-quality education and these can be categorised into colleges and universities.

Colleges typically offer undergraduate degrees, whereas universities offer research-based masters, doctorate, and post-doctoral degrees.

Most bachelor's degrees are completed in 3 to 4 years, master's degrees in 1 to 2 years, and doctoral degrees in 4 to 7 years.

Careers and Employment Opportunities

As one of the leading nations with a robust economic structure, the country provides international students with a wide range of job prospects
       in all disciplines of employment.

Graduates in the United States are in high demand, particularly in healthcare, film production, real estate, retail, agriculture, engineering, and
       computers and information technology.

International students may work up to 20 hours per week on campus while the university is in session, and up to 40 hours per week during the
       vacation time.

Students with an F-1 visa will apply for optional sensible Training (OPT), which permits them to work in their chosen area for 12-24 months
       after finishing their education.

Some companies may even sponsor students for an H1-B Temporary Worker Visa, which allows them to remain in the United States as long as
       they work for that company.

Global Accreditations & Recognitions