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UG in the USA


The most favorite destination for you to pursue an undergraduate degree. Find out why!

Why Study in USA?

Let’s Look at the Numbers!

  • As per the latest QS World University Rankings 2018:

  • 31 US universities are in the Top 100 list

  • 27 more US universities between Top 100 and Top 300 list

  • As per Open Doors Report on International Exchange, 2017

  • 439,019 international students studied undergrad courses in the United States in 2016-17

  • About 20,500 Indian students were pursuing undergrad in the United States in 2016-17

Top Universities/Colleges

Ivy League

Other Top Institutions

Brown University

California Institute of Technology (CalTech)

Columbia University

University of California, Berkeley

Cornell University

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Dartmouth College

Georgia Institute of Technology

Harvard University

New York University

Princeton University

Stanford University

University of Pennsylvania

University of Texas, Austin

Yale University

Duke University

Specific Reasons to Study in USA

Types of Institutes



Public & Private Universities

Public (Operated by the state) and Private (funding through student fees & donations)

Liberal Arts College

Offer four-year degree courses in liberal arts and sciences

Community Colleges

offer two-year vocational and certificate programs

Program Duration & Cost of Education


Cost of Education (Tuition Plus Living)

Four to five years

$55000-$65000 per annum

Eligibility Criteria for Undergrad Programs

Strong Academic Credentials

Standardized Test Scores

Strong Extra Curriculars

10+2 years of education

High grades from Classes 9-12

SAT/ACT, SAT Subject Test Scores


State/National/International Level participation

Declamations, Model United Nations, Olympiad, and several more

Intake & Application Deadlines

  • Fall Intake is the most preferred intake

  • Most of the undergrad deadlines generally fall between November and March.

  • Early Action &/or Early Decision deadlines are in November and regular deadlines for most of the top colleges are in end December/first week of January.

A Sneak Peek into the Undergrad Application Process

The following documents are required

Transcripts/Final Marks Sheets (Class 9, 10, 11 and 12)

Official Test Score Reports

Scanned Copy of Passport

Financial Documents



Letters of Recommendation & One School Counselor Form


*For Fine Arts programs like Architecture, Dance and Music

517 colleges & universities require use the “Common App” which is the US application service for applying to undergrad programs in the US. Applicants submit one single application via Common App with a list of up to 20 universities, although universities might require additional supplemental documents along with the CommonApp.


  • In case you are applying via CommonApp, you need to submit a mandatory CommonApp essay in which you need to demonstrate your ability to write clearly and concisely on a selected topic and helps distinguish a student by his/her voice and approach to the chosen topic

  • In addition to the CommonApp, most of the universities ask for supplemental essays as well

Student Visa Terms and Provisions

  • Undergrad students need an F-1 visa to pursue a full-time education in US universities

  • Upon receiving the I-20 from the admitted university, a student must apply for a visa

  • Students can apply up to 120 days from the program start date

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