Study in USA
America has a stringent quality accreditation mechanism to ensure that academic standards are maintained in all its states. This is because of quality programs, faculty, resources, research programs and educational systems which ensure that institutions continue to maintain high standards. With more than 4000 institutions offering degrees ranging from undergraduates, post graduates, diplomas, masters to doctorates. USA education system offers wide-ranging study options to students to choose as per their preferences and area of specialization. US institutions are also known world over for their academic exchange programmes whereby students gain valuable insights. USA has always been a hub for R&D and thus international students can have first- hand knowledge about various technologies in addition to excellent research opportunities.
USA is known for its professional approach and therefore aspirants wishing to study in the US would be able to benefit from their ‘learn and earn’ methodology which not only gives international students, a thorough knowledge of the subjects, but also teaches them to have a practical & professional approach. Students gain growth prospects worldwide too. Most college and universities have established affiliations with employers and researchers in different fields of study, thereby creating an avenue for students to obtain hands-on training and invaluable experience. Many universities even require that students obtain practical training in order to graduate
US Intakes : Spring : January / February, Fall: August / September, Summer: April / May
- For Undergraduate programmes: 10 + 2
- For Graduate programmes: 16 years of education required (10 + 2 + 4)
- Some institutions accept 15 years of formal education into their Bridge / Masters Programs
- Good & Strong academic background
- Good scores in entrance exams like SAT, TOEFL, GRE, GMAT, IELTS etc
- Strong recommendation letters
- Concise & informative statement of purpose / personal statement, essays & resumes
- Certificates of achievement & extra – curricular activity participation
- Strong financial background or good grades to get a scholarship
If English is not your native language, register to take the TOEFL. All international students must be fluent in English language if they wish to study in USA. TOEFL/IELTS are accepted by the universities. A good number of graduate schools require satisfactory scores on one academic admissions test, the Graduate Record Examination (GRE).
The US universities are home to some of world’s best business schools of the world. MBA is primarily a full-time course of two years. US equivalent of a bachelor’s degree, Securing a good (GMAT) Graduate Management Admission Test score is one of the most important criteria for any business school. Work experience: It is advisable to have a two-three year of work experience before applying to any of the universities in the US.
While fulfilling the above criteria is absolutely necessary there are some important factors which play a major role as well. Any top university looks into the following aspects in the prospective candidate seeking admission to a business school: Leadership Qualities, Intellectual Vigor, Strong Academic Background and Personal Attributes.
Planning well ahead gives you sufficient time to make successful applications to the colleges of your choice. Because of the work, and the costs, involved in putting together a good application, most students limit their applications to between four and seven colleges.Advised to start the admission formalities atleast 1 year before.August Contact universities for application and financial aid forms. September to December Request an official transcript from your school.January to April University application deadlines must be met; note that these are for regular admission – early admission deadlines will be sooner.
U.S. Consulate cannot issue a visa more than 120 days before the actual start of the program in US.You will not be allowed to enter the country more than 30 days before the start of your program.
Aeronautics and Aeronautical Engineering:
This discipline covers subjects ranging from aerospace engineering to thermodynamics, biomechanics and computational control systems.
If you want to be innovative in making buildings and structures, then architecture is the stream for you. It is a combination of physics, mathematics, industrial design, urban planning, civil and mechanical engineering as well.
Study of bioengineering will help you improve life of millions of people with a combination of medicine and technology. You must have a sound knowledge of statistics, computers, medicine, physics and chemistry to be a bioengineer.
Includes subjects like zoology, pharmacology and immunology. Prevalence of biotechnology in everyday lives is becoming very common be it in medicines or processed foods that we consume.
Chemical engineers work towards the development of medicinal products and therapies and various chemical products used in homes and factories.
Civil engineers toil hard in the open to develop buildings and houses where we work and live. They also help them maintain those buildings. Civil engineers also take note of societal issues like energy conservation and safety of structures as well.
This discipline contains elements of both electrical engineering and computer science. Computer engineers are involved with different aspects of computing. It is one of the most sought after courses in the field of engineering.
For environmental engineering you need to have a background in chemistry, hydrology and environmental systems. A lot of independent research is necessary in this field.
Electrical engineering deals with subjects like electricity, electronics and electromagnetism. It now covers areas like telecommunications, control systems, and signal processing.
Everything that is manufactured is part of manufacturing engineering. Whether it is automobile parts, household products, toys or textile, manufacturing Engineers have a big role to play.
If you want to build engines and deal with power plants, heating and cooling systems, aircrafts and industrial equipments, then mechanical engineering is the right discipline for you. It uses key concepts in mechanics, thermodynamics, kinematics and energy.
Metallurgical engineers deal with the behavior of inter-metallic compounds and their alloys. Metallurgy is concerned with the production of metallic compounds which are used for consumer and engineering products.
Materials Science and Engineering:
This branch of engineering deals with different materials like ceramics, electronic materials, metals, and biomaterials. They study the reaction of different materials under conditions such as pressure and temperature.
Nuclear engineering includes the study of nuclear physics along with nuclear safety, nuclear fusion, nuclear fuels technology and effects of radioactivity in the environment.
Optical science is a relatively new field. It revolves round the study of transmission, utilization and detection of light. An optical engineer can see his growth in industries like manufacturing, communications technology, life sciences and defense.
The main job for petroleum engineers is to extract oil from impossible places and situations. It covers an array of topics including economics, geology, geochemistry, geomechanics, geophysics, oil drilling and oil & gas production among others.
This is a very rapidly growing area in the field of engineering. Telecommunication engineers deal in the areas of network security, internet, computer network security and computer network systems.
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