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WORLDWIDE RECOGNITION:

A lot of international students pick USA because of its strong reputation when it comes to higher education. With over 4500 universities across the country, the US higher education system is always held in high esteem, is extremely prestigious and exerts a powerful influence on the rest of the world. Undoubtedly, a degree from a top US university is like having global citizenship.

ACADEMIC FLEXIBILITY:

The American higher education system offers flexible options to students according to their needs and interests. At the undergraduate level, students can choose different courses before they declare their choice for major at the end of second year. This gives students time and options to explore their interests. So, if you are undecided about your field of study it is absolutely alright. You can still apply stating that you are undecided about your major. Also, if you have already decided what you want to study, you can still study another subject and complete a “double major”, i.e. a degree in two subjects within the normal four years of study.

At the graduate level, i.e. master’s degree, you can customize your course according to your coursework to fit your academic goals. You always have the freedom to include ideas and opinions important to your area of academic interest.

FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES:

Granting of scholarships for Indian students to study in USA is based on academic merit and distinction in other non-scholastic works. There are majorly two types of scholarships options available to choose from.

Merit based scholarship: Facilitated to meritorious students who have demonstrated their academic or non-academic excellence throughout. In addition to this, exceptionally high scores in standardized tests such as SAT or ACT can also be taken into consideration.

Need based scholarships which are based on the financial capacity of deserving candidates. It is offered to those students, whose family resources (as calculated by a standardized formula) are not sufficient to cover the educational costs.

While there is a limited need-based aid for the international students, there are many merit-based scholarships for the world’s brightest.

RESEARCH AND TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES:

U.S. universities offer research and training opportunities to international students at the graduate level. A student can assist a Professor by being a Teaching Assistant to them which also helps in funding their studies and helps in the broadening of their knowledge and skill set. Students can assist professors with research on different projects and it also gives them an opportunity to work with the best in their chosen field of study

GLOBAL OPPORTUNITIES:

An international degree opens a wide range of career prospects and a degree from reputed universities widens the scope even further. Due to the varied insight into different fields of study offered by universities of USA, it broadens the scope of the career path that the student chooses, and it is known that international companies look for candidates that offer them with a different take or perspective on their products.

ENHANCED CAMPUS LIFE:

It is often said that the American society is the epitome of freedom, fun and opportunity and it is quite true. Once a student decides to take admission to an American university, it brings in a lot of enthusiasm and freedom from the word go. It is said once a student sets foot on American soil, they start imbibing the culture that US of A brings with its name. Studying in U.S. can give you opportunities to know and learn about other cultures and sharing your culture with your international friends.

College life in universities is not just about classes and tutorials but an extension to your personality. You may find a lot of exciting mediums to make friends and enjoy college life. Indulge in a pottery class and unleash your creativity. Join a dance club. Or if you are an aspiring writer, join the college magazine team. You will find many such ways to broaden your experience as per your interests.

Most universities have international student offices. Staff and faculty members ensure a better support and guidance to international students. During your stay in U.S. you may also gain essential life skills such as communication and social skills.

The American education system offers a rich field of choices for international students.
There is such an array of schools, programs and locations that the choices may overwhelm students, even those from the U.S. As you begin your school search, it’s important to familiarize yourself with the American education system. Understanding the system will help you narrow your choices and develop your education plan.

TYPES OF INSTITUTES

PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES: Private schools, also known as independent schools, non-governmental, or nonstate schools, are not administered by local, state or national governments; thus, they retain the right to select their students and are funded in whole or in part by charging their students tuition, rather than relying on mandatory taxation through public (government) funding; at some private schools students may be able to get a scholarship, lowering this tuition fee, dependent on a student’s talents or abilities (e.g. sport scholarship, art scholarship, academic scholarship), need for financial aid, or tax credit scholarships that might be available.

PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES: In the United States, most public universities are state universities founded and operated by state government entities. States generally charge higher tuition to out-of-state students. The higher fees are based on the theory that students from the state, or much more often their parents, have contributed to subsidizing the university by paying state taxes, while out-of-state students and their parents have not.
Every U.S. state has at least one public university to its name and the largest states have more than thirty.

THE IVY LEAGUE: The Ivy League is a collegiate athletic conference comprising sports teams from eight private universities in the Northeastern United States. The conference name is also commonly used to refer to those eight schools as a group beyond the sports context. The eight members are Brown University, Columbia University, Cornell University, Dartmouth College, Harvard University, the University of Pennsylvania, Princeton University, and Yale University. The term Ivy League has connotations of academic excellence, selectivity in admissions, and social elitism.

LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGES: Generally, have the focus on undergraduate study of the traditional arts and science disciplines: humanities, sciences, and social sciences. Strictly liberal arts colleges are often quite old and mostly private schools. They are highly-rated institutions as they stress on small classes, individual attention to the students, and closer relationships between the faculties and students. Many of them also generally have rigid admission standards. Among these schools are: Amherst, Marist, Swarthmore, Manhattan, Smith, MountHolyoke.

TYPES OF DEGREES

ASSOCIATE DEGREE: Associate degrees are classified into an undergraduate academic degree awarded to those who complete two years of coursework after high school. It is generally awarded by community colleges, junior colleges, and technical educational institutes. An associate degree is almost equivalent to the first two years of the four-year bachelor program. It is the lowest level of education after high school and termed to be the first-level postsecondary academic degree.
The time requirement of an associate degree is generally two years

BACHELOR’S DEGREE: The time requirement to complete a bachelor’s degree is usually four years for a standard program, completing 120 semester hours. Examples of bachelor’s degree include Bachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor of Arts, and Bachelor of Science.

MASTER’S DEGREE: Master’s degrees are awarded to scholars who have done advanced study having specialized in a discipline. Within the study toward a master’s degree, graduates are engaged in self-propelled learning of a specific group of hypothetical and connected subjects; high aptitudes in examination, basic assessment or expert requisition; and the capacity to tackle complex issues and think thoroughly and autonomously.
In the United States education system, a master’s program generally requires two years after the four-year bachelor’s degree program. The duration can be long or short depending on the education system of different countries. Master’s degree programs can incorporate 36 credit hours after the four-year completion of a bachelor’s degree.

The most common types of master’s degree are the Master of Arts and Master of Science.
DOCTORATES: Commonly known as PhD. Duration of the same may range from 3 years to 5 years. Students can take admission for a PhD only after completion of their master’s degree. PhD students need to submit a research proposal as well must appear for GRE/GMAT & TOEFL/IELTS exams for admissions.

English Proficiency are a mandatory requirement for most of the educational institutions in USA.

IELTS: The International English Language Testing System

Exam Type: Standardized test. Available in 2 modules: “Academic”, “General training”.
Knowledge Skills Tested: Listening, reading, writing and speaking of the English language
Purpose: To assess the English language proficiency of non-native English speakers.
Exam Duration: 2 hours, 55 minutes.

IELTS Test Component Duration Brief Description
Listening 30 minutes 4 Sections,40 Items
Reading 60 minutes 3 Sections,40 Items
Writing 60 minutes 2 Tasks
Speaking 11-14 minutes 3-Part One-on-one Conversation

TOEFL: Test of English as a Foreign Language

Nature of Exam: Internet Based Test (iBT)
Total Score: TOEFL iBT is out of 120
Exam Duration: 4 hours
Exam Fee: $190

Test Component Duration Brief Description
Listening 60 – 90 minutes 34 – 51 Questions
Reading 60 – 100 minutes 36 – 70 Questions
Writing 50 minutes 2 Tasks
Speaking 20 minutes 6 Tasks

GRE: Graduate Record Exam

Nature of Exam: Computer Based Adaptive Test
Total Score: GRE score is out of 340
Exam Duration: 3 hours, 45 minutes
Exam Fee: $205

Test Component Duration Brief Description
Verbal Reasoning 30 per section 2 sections – 20 questions in each
Quantitative Reasoning 35 per section 2 sections – 20 questions in each
Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) 30 minutes each Two Essays – Issue & Argument

GMAT: Graduate Management Admission Test

Nature of Exam: Computer Based Test (CBT)
Total Score: GMAT score is out of 800
Exam Duration: 3 hours, 30 minutes
Exam Fee: $250

Test Component Duration Brief Description
Analytical Writing Assessment 30 minutes 1 Argument essay
Integrated Reasoning 30 minutes 12 questions
Quantitative Section 75 minutes 37 questions
Verbal Section 75 minutes 41 questions

INTAKES
US universities have 4 intakes:
1. Spring: January/February
2. Fall: August/September
3. Summer: April/May
4. Winter: December

Major intake is the Fall intake, but most of the universities are open for Spring and few of them for summer & winter intake too. However, all subjects commence in Fall and only some in Winter and Summer intake.

REQUIRED DOCUEMNTS

DOCUMENTS DESCRIPTION
Provisional Certificate/Course Completion Certificate/ CMM Signed and attested by University Register /signed and attested by College Principal on College letter head
Individual Mark Memos Signed and attested by University Register on the transcripts
10+2 (Intermediate)Mark memo Signed and attested by Engineering College/ School Principal on the photo copies
SSC Mark memo Signed and attested by Engineering College Principal on the photo copies
GRE/GMAT/SAT Score cards Only Photo copies of score cards
TOEFL/IELTS Score cards Only Photo copies of score cards
Recommendation letters by 3 professors- HOD and 2 Associate Professors Signed and attested on the College letter head by the concerned Professor. Date, contact number & Email Id should be mentioned
Statement of Purpose(SOP) On A4 size paper with signature
Curriculum Vitae/Resume On A4 size paper with signature
Bank statement On original bank letter head with bank manager signature and attestation
Affidavit of Support(AOS) On 20/-Rs stamp paper with notary
Passport copy 1st and last page Photo copies
Photograph Recent color photograph with White Background of passport size
Extra-Curricular Activities Photo copies of Certificates
Work Experience Photo copies of Experience letter

COURSE FEE:

University Type Average Tuition Fee(annual in U.S. Dollars)
Private Institutions (High Cost) $25,000
Private Institutions (Low Cost) $15,000
State Institutions (High Cost) $20,000

WORK WHILE YOU STUDY:

USA is one of the strongest economies of the world. The vast majority of Americans derive most part of their income from occupational earnings. In the United States, the highest earning occupational groups are the white-collar professionals including management, physicians, mathematicians, financial managers, software publishers, computer engineers, hospitality, etc. USA has also been on the forefront in the telecom, medicine, health care, and genetics

Part Time Jobs: While studying, student can work for 20 hours per week on campus. A student can take up jobs such as laboratory assistant, library helper, or work in the dining halls. Whatever the case, a student cannot exceed 20 hours of work per week. However, during vacation time a student can work for up to 40 hours per week. Students can earn $ 8 – $12 per hour.

CPT (Curricular practical training): Students who have finished 2 semesters of full time study in a US University is eligible to work full time for a period of one year as a part their curricular practical training. Exceptions to the one academic year requirement are provided for students enrolled in graduate studies that require immediate participation in curricular practical training.

OPT (Optional Practical Training): F-1 student visa allows a student to work for one year after graduation under a plan called Optional Practical Training (OPT). This has been extended to 29 months for STEM Graduates (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Management). Once a student completes this student will need to switch to a work permit (H-1) to continue working legally.

Universities we represent in USA through our partners

Sr.No Name Website
1 Arizona State University, Phoenix, Arizona (All UG programs, Thunderbird School of Global Management) www.asu.edu
2 University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona (Only UG) www.arizona.edu
3 Navitas- Virginia Commonwealth University, Public University (UG, PG Pathway and Direct Entry) www.vcu.edu
4 Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado www.colostate.edu
5 West Virginia University, Morgantown, West Virginia www.wvu.edu
6 George Mason University, Fairfax County, Virginia www.gmu.edu
7 Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon www.oregonstate.edu
8 University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida www.usf.edu
9 Saint Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri www.slu.edu
10 Washington State University, Pullman, Washington www.wsu.edu
11 University of Alabama at Birmingham www.uab.edu
12 Suffolk University, Boston, Massachusetts www.suffolk.edu
13 Marshall University Huntington, West Virginia www.marshall.edu
14 Drew University, Madison, New Jersey (Only UG) www.drew.edu
15 Ohio University, Athens, Ohio www.ohio.edu
16 University of Illinois at Chicago, Illinois (Only UG) www.uic.edu
17 University of Cincinnati, Ohio www.uc.edu
18 Kaplan – Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts -D`Amore-McKim School of Business, The College of Professional Studies (CPS) www.northeastern.edu
19 Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, California www.cgu.edu
20 Brandeis International Business School (IBS), Waltham, Massachusetts www.brandeis.edu
21 University of Colorado Denver, Colorado www.ucdenver.edu
22 University of Texas, San Antonio www.uc.edu
23 The City College of New York www.cuny.edu
24 University of Albany, The State University of New York, Albany (SUNY Albany) www.albany.edu
25 SUNY Polytechnic Institute, Utica, New York www.sunypoly.edu
26 The State University of New York at New Paltz (SUNY New Paltz) www.newpaltz.edu
27 State University of New York at Brockport (SUNY Brockport) www.brockport.edu
28 State University of New York at Plattsburgh (SUNY Plattsburgh) www.plattsburgh.edu
29 State University of New York College at Westbury, New York www.oldwestbury.edu
30 University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee (Only UG) www.utk.edu
31 University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont (UG & Only PG Pathway) www.uvm.edu
32 Baylor University, Waco, Texas (Only UG – Direct entry) www.baylor.edu
33 Auburn University, Alabama www.auburn.edu
34 Graduate School at UMBC, University of Maryland, Baltimore County www.gradschool.umbc.edu
35 American University Washington D.C. www.american.edu
36 University of the Pacific, Stockton, California (Only UG) www.pacific.edu
37 University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas www.ku.edu
38 University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina www.sc.edu
39 Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana (Only UG) www.lsu.edu
40 The University of Nebraska-Lincoln www.unl.edu
41 Navitas- University of Massachusetts, Lowell, Massachusetts (UG/PG Pathway) www.uml.edu
42 Navitas- University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth, Massachusetts (UG/PG Pathway) www.umassd.edu
43 Navitas- University of Massachusetts, Boston, Massachusetts (UG/PG Pathway) www.umb.edu
44 University of New Hampshire, Durham, New Hampshire – Direct Entry and UG/PG Pathway www.unh.edu
45 University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida (Only UG) www.ucf.edu
46 University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho www.uidaho.edu
47 California State University, Northridge www.csun.edu
48 California State University, East Bay www.csueastbay.edu
49 California State University, Sacramento www.csus.edu
50 California State University, Fresno www.fresnostate.edu
51 California State University, Bakersfield
www.csub.edu
52 California State University, Channel Islands
www.csuci.edu
53 California State University, Dominguez Hills
www.csudh.edu
54 California State University, Stanislaus
www.csustan.edu
55 California Baptist University, Riverside, California
www.calbaptist.edu
56 California State University, San Bernardino
www.csusb.edu
57 California State University, Monterey Bay
www.csumb.edu
58 Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, California
www.sonoma.edu
59 San Jose State University, San Jose, California
www.sjsu.edu
60 San Francisco State University, San Francisco, California
www.sfsu.edu
61 University of St. Thomas, Saint Paul, Minnesota
www.stthomas.edu
62 Kent State University, Kent, Ohio
www.kent.edu
63 Mississippi State University, Oktibbeha County, Mississippi
www.msstate.edu
64 Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana
www.montana.edu
65 Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio
www.wright.edu
66 Wichita State University, Wichita, Kansas
www.wichita.edu
67 Gannon University, Erie, Pennsylvania
www.gannon.edu
68 The University of Memphis
www.memphis.edu
69 Tennessee Tech University, Tennessee
www.tntech.edu
70 University of Nevada, Reno
www.unr.edu
71 Milwaukee School of Engineering, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
www.msoe.edu
72 University of New Mexico, Albuquerque
www.unm.edu
73 Auburn University at Montgomery, Alabama
www.aum.edu
74 Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, Arkansas
www.astate.edu
75 Long Island University, Brooklyn
www.liu.edu
76 Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona
www.nau.edu
77 University of North Texas, Denton, Texas
www.unt.edu
78 Florida International University, Miami, Florida (All UG Programs, Graduate Chapman School of Business)
www.fiu.edu
79 Florida Institute Of Technology
www.fit.edu
80 New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, New Jersey
www.njit.edu
81 Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, Texas
www.mwsu.edu
82 West Texas A & M University, Canyon, Texas
www.wtamu.edu
83 Texas A & M University, Corpus Christi, Texas
www.tamucc.edu
84 Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau, Missouri
www.semo.edu
85 University of Missouri–St. Louis (UMSL), Missouri
www.umsl.edu
86 Youngstown State University of Youngstown, Ohio
www.ysu.edu
87 Roosevelt University, Illinois
www.roosevelt.edu
88 University of New Haven, West Haven, Connecticut
www.newhaven.edu
89 Humboldt State University, Arcata, California
www.humboldt.edu
90 Adelphi University, Garden City, New York
www.adelphi.edu
91 Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, Kentucky
www.wku.edu
92 Kaplan – Pace University, New York City
www.pace.edu
93 Long Island University, Post, New York
www.liu.edu/post
94 Widener University, Pennsylvania
www.widener.edu
95 Dakota State University, Madison, South Dakota
www.dsu.edu
96 Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, Kansas
www.pittstate.edu
97 Navitas- Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida (UG /PG Pathway)
www.fau.edu
98 University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, Connecticut
www.bridgeport.edu
99 Murray State University,Murray, Kentucky
www.murraystate.edu
100 Kaplan- University of Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma (Only UG)
www.utulsa.edu
101 Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
www.duq.edu
102 University Of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, Oklahoma
www.uco.edu
103 Lawrence Technological University, Michigan
www.ltu.edu
104 Johnson and Wales University, Providence, Rhode Island
www.jwu.edu
105 Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville, Missouri
www.nwmissouri.edu
106 California Lutheran University, Thousand Oaks, California ( School of Management)
www.callutheran.edu
107 Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, Washington
www.plu.edu
108 Ashland University, Ashland, Ohio
www.ashland.edu
109 University of Tampa, Florida, USA
www.ut.edu
110 University of Nebraska at Kearney
www.unk.edu
111 New York Institute of Technology, New York
www.nyit.edu
112 Mercer University, Macon, Georgia
www.mercer.edu
113 Southern New Hampshire University, Manchester, New Hampshire
www.snhu.edu
114 National University, San Diego, California
www.nu.edu
115 Troy University, Troy, Alabama
www.troy.edu
116 Texas Wesleyan University, Fort Worth, Texas
www.txwes.edu
117 Dallas Baptist University, Dallas, Texas
www.dbu.edu
118 Western New England University, Springfield, Massachusetts
www.wne.edu
119 Jefferson University, St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
www.jefferson.edu
120 Rivier University, Nashua, New Hampshire
www.rivier.edu
121 Missouri Western State University, Missouri
www.missouriwestern.edu
122 Northwood University, Midland, Michigan
www.northwood.edu
123 St. Thomas University, Miami Gardens, Florida
www.stu.edu
124 Rider University, Lawrence Township, New Jersey
www.rider.edu
125 Atlantis University, Miami, Florida
www.atlantisuniversity.edu
126 Valparaiso University, Indiana
www.valpo.edu
127 Oglethorpe University, Atlanta, Georgia (Only UG – Both Pathway and Direct entry)
www.oglethorpe.edu
128 Saginaw Valley State University, University Center, Michigan
www.svsu.edu
129 Slippery Rock University, Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania
www.sru.edu
130 Trine University, Angola, Indiana
www.trine.edu
131 Golden Gate University, San Francisco, California (Only PG)
www.ggu.edu
132 University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, Wisconsin
www.uwec.edu
133 University of Wisconsin–La Crosse, Wisconsin
www.uwlax.edu
134 Charleston Southern University, Charleston, South Carolina
www.csuniv.edu
135 DeVry University, Downers Grove, Illinois
www.devry.edu
136 James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia (Only UG)
www.jmu.edu
137 Wittenberg University, Springfield, Ohio
www.wittenberg.edu
138 Academy of Art University, San Francisco, California
www.academyart.edu
139 Full Sail University, Winter Park, Florida
www.fullsail.edu
140 Cleary University, Howell, Michigan
www.cleary.edu
141 New York Film Academy, New York City
www.nyfa.edu
142 Upper Iowa University, Fayette, Iowa
www.uiu.edu
143 Briar Cliff University, Sioux city, Iowa
www.briarcliff.edu
144 Oklahoma City University, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
www.okcu.edu
145 Webster University, Webster Groves, Missouri
www.webster.edu
146 The University of Findlay, Findlay, Ohio
www.findlay.edu
147 Hult International Business School Boston, San Francisco campus
www.hult.edu
148 DeVry University, Keller Graduate School of Management, Downers Grove, Illinois
www.keller.edu
149 Schiller International university, Largo, Florida
www.schiller.edu
150 Concordia University Chicago, River Forest, Illinois
www.cuchicago.edu
151 University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, Belton, Texas
www.umhb.edu
152 Lipscomb University, Nashville, Tennessee
www.lipscomb.edu
153 Western Washington University, Bellingham, Washington
www.wwu.edu
154 New England Institute of Technology, Warwick, Rhode Island
www.neit.edu
155 Mississippi College, Clinton, Mississippi
www.mc.edu
156 Monroe College, Bronx, New York
www.monroecollege.edu
157 Stevens Henager College, Salt Lake, Utah (Work- Study Option)
www.stevenshenager.edu
158 Colby Sawyer College, New London, New Hampshire (Only UG)
www.colby-sawyer.edu
159 Berkeley College, New Jersey, New York
www.berkeleycollege.edu
160 Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design (RMCAD)
www.rmcad.edu
161 Canisius College, Buffalo, New York
www.canisius.edu
162 Bellevue College, Washington
www.bellevuecollege.edu
163 St. Thomas Aquinas College, Sparkill, New York
www.stac.edu
164 Navitas -Richard Bland College of William & Mary, Petersburg, Virginia
www.rbc.edu
165 ASA College, New York, Brooklyn
www.asa.edu
166 Agnes Scott University, Decatur, Georgia
www.agnesscott.edu
167 Fisher College,Boston, Massachusetts
www.fisher.edu
168 Lewis–Clark State College, Lewiston, Idaho
www.lcsc.edu
169 Marist College, Poughkeepsie, New York
www.marist.edu
170 Merrimack College, North Andover, Massachusetts (Pre Masters- Gard Pathway)
www.merrimack.edu
171 Metropolitan College of New York, New York City, New York
www.metropolitan.edu
172 Green River Community College, Auburn, Washington
www.greenriver.edu
173 Seattle Central Community College, Seattle, Washington
www.seattlecentral.edu
174 Shoreline Community College, Washington
www.shoreline.edu
175 Hillsborough Community College, Tampa, Florida
www.hccfl.edu
176 San Mateo College of Silicon Valley, San Mateo, California
www.smccd.edu
177 American Honors, Washington, D.C (National Transfer Network)
www.americanhonors.org
178 Bridge Education leading to Chadron State College (CSC)
www.bridge.edu/bridgepathways/Chadron-State-College
179 Bridge Education leading to Colorado Mesa University
www.bridge.edu/bridgepathways/Colorado-Mesa-University
180 Bridge Education leading to Husson University
www.bridge.edu/bridgepathways/Husson-University
181 Bridge Education leading to Capital University
www.bridge.edu/bridgepathways/Capital-University
182 Bridge Education leading to Manhattanville College
www.bridge.edu/bridgepathways/Manhattanville-College
183 Bridge Education leading to Philadelphia University
www.bridge.edu/bridgepathways/Philadelphia-University
184 Bridge Education leading to Western New England University
www.bridge.edu/bridgepathways/Western-New-England-University
185 Bridge Education leading to Metropolitan State University of Denver
www.bridge.edu/bridgepathways
186 Bridge Education leading to Concordia University – St. Paul
www.bridge.edu/bridgepathways
187 On Campus University of Rhode Island, Kingston (UG University Transfer Program)
www.uri.edu
188 On Campus Boston Wheelock College (UG University Transfer Program)
www.oncampus.global/usa/oncampus-boston.htm
189 On Campus California State Monterey Bay (UG University Transfer Program)
www.oncampus.global/usa/oncampus-cal-state.htm
190 On Campus SUNY Morrisville State College (UG University Transfer Program)
www.oncampus.global/usa/oncampus-suny.htm
191 On Campus Texas at University of North Texas (UG University Transfer Program)
www.oncampus.global/usa/oncampus-texas.htm
192 Long Island Business Institute (LIBI), Flushing, NY
www.libi.edu
193 University of California, Berkeley Extension, California
extension.berkeley.edu/
194 University of California, Riverside Extension
www.extension.ucr.edu
195 University of California Irvine, Extension, California
www.unex.uci.edu
196 Drexel University, English Language Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (For ELC Programs)
www.drexel.edu
197 California State University, Los Angeles (ELP Programs at UG/PG Level)
www.calstatela.edu
198 Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas (ELI Programs at UG Level)
www.shsu.edu
199 Kaplan Test Prep, a division of Kaplan
www.kaptest.com
200 Sappo School (K-12 College Preparatory Private School)
www.sapposchool.com

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Wichita State University
WICHITA KS 67260

“I want to express my sincere gratitude to Novus Consultancy for providing such an outstanding guidance for visa interview. I am a Masters (MCA) student approached Novus’s consultancy with lot of questions on visa interview process. Initially, I thought the guidance will be just Cost limited, but our opinion will be changed after you receive guidance from the Counsellors, especially Sumana and Anita. They are dedicated to their work .I was extremely impressed with the generous amount of time you spent hammering out every detail on all interview process. Being a Masters student, I have got my visa with the confidence, you have provided me. Once again, Thanks for all your continuous support. Working group like you is the biggest support for students at crucial times.”

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Pradeep Kumar Nani

MS in USA is my childhood dream and biggest challenge before me. I sincerely thank Novus team for giving me immense support throughout my application and VISA guidance. Before coming to Novus institute I am an empty vessel, but gained complete knowledge on regarding best universities with scholarship. Coming to VISA guidance, Novus team is the best in counseling and guides in a smooth and perfect way. The counseling helped me to gain confidence in obtaining VISA. In very first attempt I did not clear my VISA interview, I was disappointed but Novuss team gave support and encouraged me a lot in which I got my VISA in second attempt. I suggested my juniors to approach Novuss if they plan abroad for higher studies and I would also suggest the students to avail services offered in Novus for your success.

I simply say the work done by Novuss is superb and very impressive and I sincerely and strongly recommend students to approach Novuss for their best services.

Once again I am grateful and thankful to Novus staff and for all the continuous support through out my journey for MS.

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Harsha

I want to express my sincere gratitude to entire team for their excellent counseling and guidance for Visa Interview. To be frank, it wasn’t a cake walk for me, but without Novus help and constant support I wouldn’t have achieved it. I would like to suggest the students to avail all the services offered here because they are the best in the field.

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