The U.S. is one of the top study destinations in the world, with a variety of universities providing top-notch education and having a stellar reputation abroad. The USA is home to 92 of the top 200 colleges in the globe. Studying in the U.S. affords you the chance to interact, collaborate, and compete with the brightest minds and various cultural backgrounds. The U.S. draws the most significant number of international students through approximately 5,000 accredited schools and universities, which provide a wide range of graduate and undergraduate programs. The country’s educational system is incredibly adaptable.

What makes the USA a desirable destination for Study:

The majority of international students worldwide are educated in the United States. Many international students aspire to study in the U.S. for various reasons, including high-quality education, a Flexible education system, a multicultural environment, and plenty of chances.

Although the only reliable reference for the latest changes and latest fees is the university’s website, on average, international students should expect the following tuition:

Undergraduate Bachelor Degree
15,000 to 40,000 per year
Graduate programs
20,000 to 40,000 per year
Doctoral Degree
20,000 to 45,000 per year

Some of the Popular Universities in the USA

Eligibility Requirements to study in USA

Minimum Educational Qualification
12 -year diploma
Language Certificate
For B.s: IELTS 6 or more
For Master: IELTS 6.5-7
Minimum GPA

If you do not succeed in obtaining the required language score, you can get admission in certain universities on a conditional basis. For more information, contact us. 

Popular Programs in the USA


California Institute of Technology – Caltech
Stanford University
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Princeton University
Harvard University
Yale University
University of Chicago
University of Pennsylvania
John Hopkins University
University of California, Berkely

Bachelor of Technology

InstitutionTuition Fee (USD)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)53,500
Stanford University53,000
University of California, Berkeley (UCB)30,000
Harvard University50,000
Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)31,000
California Institute of Technology (Caltech)54,500
Carnegie Mellon University57,500
University of California, Los Angeles13,000
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign36,000
University of Texas at Austin45,000


UniversityFees (USD)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)47,000/Yr
Stanford University22000/Yr (minimum)
Harvard University50000/Yr
California Institute of Technology (Caltech)52,000/Yr
University of Chicago54,000/Yr
University of Pennsylvania (UPenn)48,000 to 66,000/Yr
Yale University40,000 to 67,000/Yr
Columbia University42,000/Yr
Princeton University50,000/Yr
Cornell University53,000/Yr


Stanford Graduate School of Business Stanford (CA)
Harvard Business School Boston (MA)
Penn (Wharton) Philadelphia (PA)
MIT (Sloan) Cambridge (MA)
Columbia Business School New York (NY)
UC Berkeley (Haas) Berkeley (CA)
Chicago (Booth) Chicago (IL)
UCLA (Anderson) Los Angeles (CA)
Northwestern (Kellogg) Evanston (IL)
Yale School of Management New Haven (CT)