USA

Why US education:

  • Academic Excellence
  • Variety of Educational Opportunities
  • Scholarships , Grants, Assistantships & Fellowships
  • Cutting-Edge Technology
  • Opportunity for Research, Teaching and Training
  • Flexibility
  • Support Services for International Students
  • Global Education and Long-Term Career Prospects
  • Campus Life Experience
  • Diversity and Variety

 Education system of USA:

  • Elementary (Primary) :
  • Kindergarten, primary and elementary scores (up to Grade VII)
  • High School (Secondary):
  • Secondary schools which includes Grade IX, X, XI & XII
  • Bachelor’s Degree :
  • Associate degree 2-3 years; Freshman & Sophomore
  • Major course 2 years , Junior & Senior
  • Master’s Degree 2-3 years Program
  • Doctorate Degree 3-5 years program

 

EDN SYSTEM OF USA

Us Embassy requirements for Students VISA

They dont require: Bank Balance Certificate, Income Sources, Property Valuation

LET’S upgrade ourselves

Selection on universities based on students requirements
Find Financial Aids/Scholarships/Assistantships
Fees under parents budgets
Visa preparation classes for proper presentation

What is CREDIANTIAL EVALUATION?

CREDIANTIAL EVALUATION REPORT:

Credential evaluation is the way in which academic and professional degrees earned in one country are compared to those earned in another. Universities, colleges and employers around the world use credential evaluations to understand foreign education and to judge applicants for admission or employment.

  • 10+2=?
  • 10+3=?
  • 10+2+3=?
  • 10+2+3+1=?
  • 10+2+3+2=?
  • 10+2+4=?
  • 10+2+5=?

 

Name of the Organization & agencies            

  • NACES (National Association of Credential Evaluation Services):

For Foreign credential evaluation, work experience and translation services.

  • Some popular evaluation agencies:
  • World Education Services ( wes.org )
  • Educational Credential Evaluators ( ece.org )
  • International Academic Credential Evaluators, Inc.
  • Foreign Academic Credential Services, Inc.
  • Josef Silny & Associates , Inc. International Education Consultants

 

Types of evaluation

  • Documents by document evaluation :–for PCL/Intermediate level
  • Course by course evaluation :- for Post-secondary level
  • Subject by subject evaluation :– for post-secondary level with subject evaluation
  • SOPHAS (Schools of Public Health Application Service) : – for Nursing and health professional students

 

Evaluation outcome       

  • Evaluation in Grading system (A, A-, B, B+, B-)
  • Evaluation in GPA (out of 4.0)
  • Subjective evaluation in GPA (out of 4.0)

 

Funding for International Students

  • Financial Aids: Need based & out of state tuition waiver
  • Scholarships- Partial to Full tuition, Room & Board
  • Grants
  • Graduate Assistantships- Teaching and research Scholarship
  • Fellowships

 

Test exams  

  • TOEFL/IELTS/PTE: For English Proficiency
  • SAT-I/SAT-II/ACT: For Scholarships for Undergraduate Level Students
  • GRE: For Graduate Level Students (Non-Management programs)
  • GMAT: For Graduate Level Students (Management programs)

 

TEST Scores format

  • TOEFL Score:
  • Full Marks: 120
  • Average Marks for Admission: 62+
  • Average Marks for Scholarships: 75+
  • Average marks for Full Scholarships: 90+
  • IELTS Score:
  • Full Marks: 9.0
  • Average Marks for Admission: 6.0+
  • Average Marks for Scholarships: 6.5+
  • Average Marks for Full Scholarships: 7.0+
  • PTE Score:
  • Full Marks: 90
  • Average Marks for Admission: 52+
  • Average Marks for Scholarships: 62+
  • Average marks for Full Scholarships: 70+
  • SAT –I (Academic)
  • Full Marks: 1600
  • Average Marks for Admission: 1050+
  • Average Marks for Scholarships: 1150+
  • Average marks for Full Scholarships: 1350+

 

  • SAT –II (Subjective)
  • Full Marks: Each Subject 800
  • Subject Includes: Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics-I & II, American History, Geography etc.
  • GRE-Academic
  • Full Marks: 340
  • Average Marks for Admission: 300+
  • Average Marks for Scholarships: 300+
  • Average marks for Full Scholarships: 310+
  • GRE-Subjective
  • Full Marks: Each Subject 990
  • Subject Includes: Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, American History etc.
  • GMAT Score:
  • Full Marks: 800
  • Average Marks for Admission: 450+
  • Average Marks for Scholarships: 550+
  • Average marks for Full Scholarships: 600+

 

Scholarships for bachelor Degree

ScholarshipsRequirementAmount
Type-I SAT-I score: 1350+ , TOEFL score: 90+ and PCL: 75%+Full Tuition, Room & Board+
Type-IISAT score: 1260+ , TOEFL score: 75+ and PCL: &70%+Full Tuition +
Type-IIISAT score: 1050+ , TOEFL score: 62+ and PCL: 60% +40 % Scholarships in Tuition Fees +

Assistantships for Master Degree

ScholarshipsRequirementAmount
Type-I GRE score: 310 + , TOEFL score: 90+ & Bachelor’s Degree: 3.5 CGPAGraduate Assistantships
Type-II GRE score: 300 + , TOEFL Score: 79+ & Bachelor’s Degree: 3.0 CGPAPartial Scholarships+

Assistantships FOR mba Program

ScholarshipsRequirementAmount
Type-IGMAT score: 600 + , TOEFL score: 90+ & Bachelor’s Degree: 3.5 CGPAGraduate Assistantships
Type-IIGMAT score: 450 + , TOEFL score: 79+ & Bachelor’s Degree: 3.0 CGPAPartial Scholarships+

Admission Intakes:

US universities typically have 2 main intakes with some institutions offering in June & March.

Spring: January / February

Fall: August / September

Summer: May / June

Winter: March / April

Application Deadlines:

Fall / August:

  • June 1st for Bachelor’s/UG programs
  • Or rolling, depending on the universities and their programs

Spring / January:

  • 1st November
  • Or rolling depending on the universities and their programs

Note: Students are  advised to apply early to prepare you well ahead with I-20/Admission letter from your US University or college as well as visa documentation and interview.

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMNETS

  • Undergraduate Level
  • USEF/N certified Academic Qualification Credentials
  • Test Scores (TOEFL/IELTS/PTE and SAT-I & II)
  • Passport Biographical Page
  • Curriculum Vitae and Statement of Purpose
  • Recommendation Letters from School & College
  • Extra Curricular Activities (ECA) Certificates
  • Bank Balance Certificate from your Sponsor
  • University’s Application Fees

 

  • GRADUATE LEVEL
  • WES Evaluation Report
  • USEF/N certified Academic Qualification Credentials
  • Test Scores (TOEFL/IELTS/PTE and ,GRE-General & Subjective/ GMAT)
  • Passport Biographical Page
  • Curriculum Vitae and Statement of Purpose
  • Recommendation Letters from School & College
  • Extra Curricular Activities (ECA) Certificates
  • Experience Certificates
  • Bank Balance Certificate from your Sponsor
  • University’s Application Fees

 

REQuired DOCuments FOR VISA APPLICATION

  • DS 160 form Conformation page
  • Appointment Conformation Page
  • MRP Passport
  • I-20 from the universities
  • F-1 visa request letter
  • SEVIS payment slip
  • Scholarship Letter from the universities
  • Academic Documents
  • Test Scores

 

Immigration rules and regulations

  • I-20 from the university/college
  • SEVIS payment slip
  • MRP Passport with valid visa
  • Air Tickets
  • Academic Certificates
  • No Objection Letter
  • University tuition fees and housing fees drafts
  • Police Report (optional)
  • Immunization and vaccination report
  • 20 hours per week on campus job opportunity (not Guaranteed)
  • One cannot involve in toxic activities like buying , selling and inhaling

 

PRE- Departure information

  • Travel itinerary sent to admission officer before departure
  • I-20 from the university/college
  • SEVIS payment slip
  • MRP Passport with valid visa
  • Air Tickets
  • Academic Certificates
  • No Objection Letter
  • University tuition fees and housing fee drafts
  • Police Report (optional)
  • Immunization and Vaccination Report

 

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