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Sacred Heart University Fairfield Connecticut
Bradley University Peoria Illinois
California Lutheran University Thousand Oaks California
California State University East Bay Hayward California
Marquette University Milwaukee Wisconsin
Murray State University Murray Kentucky
New Jersey Institute of Technology Newark New Jersey
University of New Haven West Haven Connecticut


Bradley University Peoria Illinois
Bradley University Peoria Illinois
California Lutheran University Thousand Oaks California
California State University Long Beach Long Beach California
Murray State University Murray Kentucky
Murray State University Murray Kentucky
Southern Illinois University Carbondale Carbondale Illinois
University of Memphis Memphis Tennessee


Ivy League Universities in the USA World Ranking

University Location Rank
Harvard University Massachusetts 4
Yale University Connecticut 16
Brown University Rhode Island 73
Princeton University New Jersey 17
Columbia University New York 23
University of Pennsylvania Pennsylvania 12
Dartmouth College New Hampshire 237
Cornell University New York 13


English Language Exams Required for US University Admission IELTS/PTE/TOEFL

The International English Language Testing System (IELTS), Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), and Pearson Test of English (PTE) are all standardized language tests, which are required to be taken to get admission to colleges. These follow different formats, structures, and result bands. These tests are all different in various ways but many colleges ask for any one of the results. So it's up to the student to decide which exam to appear for.

Repetition of exams: IELTS can be taken an unlimited number of times. TOEFL can be retaken as many times as wished but cannot be taken more than once in 12 days. Same with PTE, it can be taken as many times as desired. You must wait to receive your scores before you can book your next test.

Fee: The standard fee for these exams is INR 15,500 for IELTS, INR 15,700 (US $190) for TOEFL, and INR 14,700 for PTE.

Standardized Exams Required for US Admissions

The following standardized exams are required level-wise if applying as an international student to the USA:

GMAT - The Graduate Management Admission Test is used to measure the abilities of the potential MBA aspirant to undertake higher education in the field of business or management. It measures the mathematical, English, and reasoning skills of the student.

GRE - The Graduate Record Examination is another test required to be taken by students applying to graduate schools to pursue MA or MS. Increasingly many business schools are also accepting GRE scores to grant admission for MBA.

LSAT - The Law School Admission Test is a standardized test and is an integral part of the law school admission process. It provides a measure of reading and verbal reasoning skills that law schools can use in assessing applicants.

SAT - The Scholastic Assessment Test measures literacy and writing skills that are needed for academic success in college. This test assesses how well the test takers analyze and solve problems-skills they learned in school that they will need in college. The SAT is typically taken by high school students to get into UG courses.
The university you will be applying to will mention which exam results will apply to the course of your choice. But if they give you a choice to go for either of these, then the choice depends on you.


Documents required: The documents are required for application Process.

  1. Photocopy of Passport
  2. Academic Transcripts
  3. A recent CV
  4. SOP/Essay
  5. SAT if Required
  6. Certificate of Language Proficiency (TOEFL,IELTS or PTE scores)
  7. Letters of Reference (LOR)
  8. There may be a requirement of proof of funds from international students getting a scholarship in the USA for understanding the financial background of the applicant.

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  • College Shortlisting- Identification of Universities based on applicant profile
  • Editing of Documents- Editors will assist you based on drafts provided by the user.
  1. Statement of purpose
  2. Letter of Recommendation
  3. Student Visa Application
  4. Admission Essay Writing
  5. Student Curriculum Vitae
  • Applications- Assistance in filling of online applications Forms
  • Visa- Guidelines on application of student visa & Interview Preparation
  • Educational Loan- Help students for education loan process.
  • Additional Services--(Pre-departure counseling, accommodation facility, flights booking)

Cost of Living

The United States is a dynamic country, covering the breadth of a continent. Many cultural currents exist and coexist within American life. To mingle with the local crowd, you need to keep in mind that the lifestyle of Americans is a lot different than Indians. You need to include more activities in your life if you want to get to know and meet new people. The estimated cost of living in the USA for international students is around $10,000 to $25,000 per year, which averages around $1,000 to $2,000 per month.

Living Expenses in the USA for the Different States

The living cost in the USA for Indian students depends on the areas in which they decide to stay. For instance, if students are living in big cities like New York, Boston, or San Francisco, then the cost of living in the USA for students shall be much higher than the sub-urban cities like Seattle, Texas, New Orleans, and others. Let us check the average cost of living in the USA for urban and sub-urban states for international students.

Big Cities in the USA Average monthly expenses in the USA
New York $3,300
California $4,000
Boston $3,316
San Francisco $4,000
Suburban Cities of USA Average monthly expenses in the USA
Atlanta $2,200
New Orleans $2,000
Philadelphia $1,300
Seattle $2,500
Texas $2,000
Illinois $1,470

Housing Accommodation Costs in USA

Housing Accommodations options in USA Average monthly/yearly cost
On Campus Stay Private colleges: $1,100 yearly
Public colleges: $9,800 yearly
Off Campus Stay Sharing: $450 per month
One-bedroom apartment in rural states: $500 per month
One-bedroom apartment in urban states: $3,500 per month


USA scholarships for Indian students is an integral part of the admission process. Since the rates of tuition for international students across US universities are very high, it becomes necessary for students to apply for financial aid. There are ample scholarships available for students in the USA. Applications are either accepted separately or together with the admission application.
Many scholarships are available in top universities of USA for international students for the academic year 2024-2025. These scholarships include both partially and fully funded scholarships and provide monthly stipend along with tuition fees, accommodation charges, health insurance and travel allowance.


Part time Jobs- While attending colleges or universities in the USA, international students can find a variety of part-time jobs. In the USA, part-time jobs for students often pay between $9 and $17 per hour. Basically, there are two types of part-time jobs that a student can opt for. The first is Campus Jobs and the other is Off-campus Jobs.
Campus Jobs is within the campus, the students are able to manage it simultaneously with academics. Off-campus part-time jobs can only be taken up if your Program me credits/ university allow you to. On campus you will get an opportunity to work as Department assistant, Teacher Assistant, Library Assistant, Campus Tech Support, Campus Ambassador and so on.
Off campus Student entitled to work as a Call Centers, Store associates, Language Translator. Students are allowed to work 20 hours per week on-campus, 40 hours per week during vacations.