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International Education - Study in USA [ United States of America ] Should you study in the US? Why have so many international students chosen to study in the US over another country? Does the US still welcome international student? What are your US study options? The US hosts more international students than any other country in the world, a number fast approaching 600,000. In fact, international students comprise approximately 4% of the total undergraduate US university and US college population, and 10% for US graduate school. These international students from every continent in the world choose to study in the US because they believe that a US education would afford them the best preparation for their future. They leave homes, families and friends in order to pursue their dreams of an education in the US. In fact, International students who study in the US contribute more than $13 billion to the US economy!

United States of America (USA), the higher education or post-secondary education consists of four years of study in college or university. After high school, students apply to various colleges and go through a number of entrances while seeking admission in reputed colleges in the US. The criteria for admissions involve the course rigor and grades earned in high school courses, the students GPA, class ranking, and standardized test scores. Many colleges also take into consideration subjective factors such as a studentís involvement in extracurricular activities, his personal background, etc.
The college usually sets a requirement criteria which the student must have achieved so as to get admission in the colleges. To aid you in seeking higher education in the US, on this site, we have tried to list the colleges and universities in United States of America (USA) and have also tried to present details about America in brief. As a student would like to know more about America and about the education system in America, we have tried to provide the basic and useful information about America in brief.
We have tried to cover those information which students would be on look out for while planning to study in some college or university in United States of America (USA). As far as listing of US colleges is concerned, we plan to pick up each state of America and list the colleges and universities there. This way, we would be listing almost all the colleges in the US, including online colleges in the US. Please click on the links below to access the details about colleges, universities and also to know more about United States of America (USA)-

These are some of the fast facts about USA that students will like to know when they decide on pursuing higher studies in USA.
These fast facts about USA have been provided here so that a student can have a rough idea about USA at the first glance itself.

Facts About US
Capital : Washington, D.C.

Largest city : New York City

Official language(s) : English de facto

Government : Federal Republic

                               President : George W. Bush (R)
                               Vice President :Dick Cheney (R)

Population : 2006 est. 299,102,661

Currency : United States dollar ($) (USD)

Calling code : +1

Educational Adviser
U.S. Educational Foundation in India/Mumbai
Sundeep
4 New Marine Lines
Mumbai 400 020 09,
INDIA
Tel: 91-22-2624603 FAX: 91-22-2624595
E-mail: usefibom@bom3.vsnl.net.in
Website: www.fulbright-india.org

Educational Adviser
Dr. Sunrit Mullick
U.S. Educational Foundation in India/Calcutta
American Center
38A Jawaharlal Nehru Road
Calcutta 700-071
INDIA
Telephone: 91-33-288-1200 through 1206; 288-1636/37
FAX: 91-33-245-2445/33-288-1616
E-mail: cal.usefical@giasc101.vsnl.net.in or smullick@usiscal.ernet.in Website: www.fulbright-india.org

Below mentioned are the links that will take you to various colleges and universities in the US –