STUDY IN USA

STUDY IN USA

Hundreds of thousands of people come to the United States from around the world for a higher education to improve their skills and broaden their minds. Numerous programs provide a wide variety of opportunities. There are three major types of student visas that an international student can come on to the United States to study.

Student visas are issued for the period it takes the visitor to complete his/her course of study, program or work assignment.

WHY STUDY IN USA

THE 3 TYPES OF NON-IMMIGRANT STUDENT VISA

1. F1 VISA : ACADEMIC STUDIES

For people who want to study or conduct research at an accredited U.S. College or University. In order to be qualified for getting an F1, you must be accepted by an recognized university as a full time student. You must also prove the sufficient proof of financial support during this stay in United States. Except for the training required by the course a F-1 holder cannot work in the United States.

2. J VISA: ACADEMIC STUDIES AS AN EXCHANGE VISITOR

For people who will be participating in an exchange visitor program in the U.S. The J Visa is the primary visa for educational and cultural exchange programs. Check out the details about working in the U.S. with your program sponsor.

3. M VISA: NON-ACADEMIC OR VOCATIONAL STUDIES

For people who want to study or train at non-academic institutions in the U.S. such as vocational schools.

WORK OPPORTUNITY IN USA

WORK RIGHT DURING STUDIES :

International students studying in the USA on F-1 status visa are eligible to work on campus up to 20 hours a week while school is in session, and can work full time during vacations / scheduled breaks. Students are eligible to begin employment immediately upon being admitted to the United States in F-1 status.

WORK RIGHTS FOR YOUR SPOUSE

The spouse of a student cannot work if they have travelled to the USA on a dependent visa. If seeking employment, the appropriate work visa will be required.

POST STUDY WORK RIGHTS

Most international students in the United States hold an F-1 visa, which is the U.S. non-immigrant student visa. F-1 students are allowed to work in the United States, but only under certain conditions and in accordance with complex guidelines and restrictions issued by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS). Generally, all employment is contingent on remaining within the terms and restrictions of F-1 visa. There are several categories of employment during the term of your stay as an F-1 student in the United States. On-campus employment is the most freely available, and then there are four categories of off-campus employment: optional practical training (OPT), curricular practical training (CPT), severe economic hardship, and approved international organizations. Student visa [F-1] holders are eligible for a total of 12 months Optional Practical Training [OPT] per educational level completed. To get the Additional 17 months OPT extension [total of 29 months which includes 12 months OPT as stated above], student must complete a degree from STEM Majors. STEM refers to degrees in science, technology, engineering, mathematics.

DIRECT TIE UPS


S.No Name Location
1 Wheelock College
ONCAMPUS Boston
Boston
2 Morrisville State College
ONCAMPUS SUNY
New York
3 California State University
ONCAMPUS California
Monterey Bay
4 University of North Texas Texas
5 University of Maryland Baltimore
6 Claremont Graduate University California
7 University of Nebraska Lincoln
8 Brandeis International Business School Massachusetts
9 University of St Thomas Minnesota
10 Bay State College Boston
11 Iona State College Newyork


CHANNEL TIE UPS


S.No Name Location
1 Arkansas State University Arkansas
2 University Of Alabhama Alabama
3 University Of Northern Arizona
Arizona
4 Montana State University
5 University Of Newhaven Connecticut
6 Hartford University Connecticut
7 Post University Connecticut
8 San Jose State University California
9 University Of California - Riverside California
10 University Of California - Fresno California
11 Florida Institute Of Technology Florida
12 Florida International University
Florida
13 St. Leo University
Florida
14 Bradley University ILLINOIS
15 University Of Devry ILLINOIS
16 Northeastern ILLINOIS University ILLINOIS
17 University Of Missouri Missouri
18 Southeast Missouri State University Missouri
19 Missouri Science & Technology Missouri
20 North East Missouri State University Missouri
21 Lawrence Technological University Michigan
22 Northern Michigan University
Michigan
23 Grand Valley State University
Michigan
24 Longisland University New-York
25 Rochester University Of Technology New-York

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