STUDY IN USA

The USA has the world’s largest international student population, with more than 1,000,000 students choosing to broaden their education and life experience in the USA Nearly 5% of all students enrolled in higher-level education in the USA are international students, and the numbers are growing. The Education System in the USA is one of the most diverse education systems in the world.

WHY STUDY IN THE US

  1. Career Opportunities

Whether you ultimately plan to immigrate to America or return home to work, earning a degree in the USA will expand your career opportunities. The experience of working and studying abroad alone will make you a more desirable job candidate, especially if you’re applying to a global company.

2. Work Opportunities

While studying, international students can take advantage of internships and work experience to gain real-world experience in their fields. While studying in the USA, you’ll also get the opportunity to network with fellow students, academics, and professionals. This networking will help you build relationships for when you graduate and start moving into the job market.

3. Work while studying

Your USA student visa allows you to work on-campus up to 20 hours per week when school is in season and full-time during school break periods (up to 40 hours per week). On-campus employment is defined as work that takes place on campus, or at an off-campus location that is affiliated with the school.

4. The best standard of Education

The USA has some of the best schools in the world. And the standard of education in the USA is the best the world has to offer. It is up there with the best and obtaining a certificate from the USA will pass up some of that credibility to you.

5. Travel Around the USA

The United States of America has some of the most beautiful places in the world and studying in the USA will allow you the opportunity to travel around and see these places.

6. Experience the American Campus Life

The USA has been known for the amazing campus life that you will most certainly want to experience for yourself.

ABOUT THE US

The United States abbreviated as the USA is a country in North America, it comprises 50 states. 48 occupy the middle latitude of the continent while the state of Alaska is at the northwestern extremes of North America and the island state of Hawaii in the mid-Pacific Ocean. The USA shares a border with Canada, the Atlantic Ocean, the Gulf of Mexico, Mexico, and the Pacific Ocean.  It is the fourth largest country in the world only behind Russia, Canada, and China. Washington DC Is the Capital, it has a very diverse population. The most diverse in the world. I boost the world’s greatest economy. The USA is 250 years old, with a population of 327 million.

COST OF LIVING IN THE USA

Studying and living in the USA is relatively more expensive than in the UK, obtaining a degree in the USA would cost you between 10,000 USD – to 40,000 USD depending on the course you choose to study and the school, while accommodation and living costs will cost between 10,000 USD – 32,000 USD depends on the location of your accommodation.

Requirements for processing admissions to the USA

There is a direct entry for both undergraduate and graduate programs, the undergraduate programs are for 4 years except for professional courses like medicine and law and others, which operate a 4+4 program, where you have to first finish a related course for 4 years then go for 4 years in the professional course. The only exception to this program of studying in the USA is The American University of Barbados School of Medicine where you can finish your medical degree in 5.5 years. 

 

For the graduate programs, you can get a direct entry for 2 years but this is restricted to only students with first-class or second-class upper, there is currently no legal way for any student whose result does not meet the requirement to study in the USA.

 

Undergraduate

  1. Data page of international passport.
  2. Secondary school transcript/ testimonial.
  3. SAT and TOEFL results.
  4. Application fee.
  5. Personal Statement.
  6. WAEC/NECO/IGCSE.
  7. Recommendation letter.
  8. Bank statement.

Graduate

  1. Data page of international passport.
  2. School transcript.
  3. School certificate.
  4. Statement of purpose.
  5. Recommendation letter.
  6. Curriculum vitae.
  7. GRE/GMAT and TOEFL result. 
  8. Application fee.
  9. Transcript conversion fee.
  10. Bank statement.

Processes

  1. Select a course of your choice: The first thing to have in mind when planning to study abroad is the course of study. You have to choose the course to study to put in an application. If you don’t have any course in mind you have nothing to worry about because we can guide you through the process of course selection. 
  2. Pick a school you will like to study at: After selecting a course the next step will be to choose the school to study at. This choice of school will be guided by the course you selected in the previous step, your budget, and in some cases your results.
  3.  Read and understand their requirements and deadlines: This is very important because some schools close intake very early and you wouldn’t want to miss it. Most of the highly ranked schools close their intake very early mostly 10 months before the beginning of the school semester.  
  4. Prepare for the English proficiency test: As stated earlier when you are travelling to an English-speaking country from Nigeria you need to write an English proficiency test. 
  5. Prepare the required document:  Put together the documents that are required for you to present. Find the list as stated above.
  6. Register for any required exams: Some schools require you to write certain exams. For example SAT, some schools require you seat for SAT as a condition for getting admission. 
  7. Put in the application: After the previous step, it’s now time to submit your application.
  8. Schedule a Visa appointment: For you to obtain a visa to The USA you need to go through an interview at the embassy. The outcome of the interview will put the final nail in the coffin, it will determine whether you will get the visa or not. 

VISAS

As an international student, you will need to obtain a study visa (F1 visa) to study in the USA. You will be required to fill out some forms and present some relevant documents and do the visa interview, which can be very cumbersome, but luckily for you, Zeta Brent Education has got you covered.

There is a direct entry for both undergraduate and graduate programs, the undergraduate programs are for 4 years except for professional courses like medicine and law and others, which operate a 4+4 program, where you have to first finish a related course for 4 years then go for 4 years in the professional course. The only exception to this program of studying in the USA is The American University of Barbados School of Medicine where you can finish your medical degree in 5 ½. 

For the graduate programs, you can get a direct entry for 2 years but this is restricted to only students with first-class or second-class upper, there is currently no legal way for any student whose result does not meet the requirement to study in the USA.

 

Documents for a visa are:

 For graduate 

  1. International passport.
  2. School transcript.
  3. School certificate.
  4. SEVIS fee receipt.
  5. I-20.
  6. Visa fee payment receipt. 
  7. Curriculum vitae.
  8. GRE/GMAT and TOEFL results. 
  9. Bank statement.

For undergraduate 

  1. International passport.
  2. SAT and TOEFL results.
  3. I-20.
  4. SEVIS fee receipt.
  5. Visa fee payment receipt.
  6. WAEC/NECO/IGCSE.
  7. Bank statement.

 

CITIES

San Francisco

San Francisco is in northern California, it is the 17th most populous city in the USA and the fourth most populous in California. It has a population of 874,961. It has an amazing climate, regarded as the best weather in the world, it has some great cuisines, a very diverse culture, and iconic attractions such as antique cable cars, Golden gate bridge, fisher man’s wine country, Alcatraz, San Francisco has 25 higher institutions some of which are, University of California, San Francisco State University, Golden Gate University San Francisco Art Institute.

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Texas

Texas is a state in the south-central region of the USA. With 29.1 million residents. It is the 2nd largest USA city by both area and population. It is said that everything is bigger in Texas as portrayed by their famous BBQ and Tex-Mex food, which is a heaping platter of meat. Texas has bundles of history, live music (Austin is the live music capital of the world), amazing art and culture, rodeos and ranch culture, world-class cities, and professional sports. Texas has 38 colleges and Universities some of which are The University of Texas at Austin, Texas A & M University, William March Rice University, University of Houston, and the University of North Texas.

Florida

Florida is in the southeastern USA. It is bordered by the Atlantic on one side and the Gulf of Mexico on the other side. It has hundreds of beaches. Maimi is known for its Latin-American influence and notable art scenes. Amazing nightlife especially in upscale south beach. It is home to the famous Disney World. Florida has 40 Universities like the University of Florida, Florida State University, Florida A & M University and the University of Central Florida.

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New York

New York is the most famous city in the world. Manhattan is a densely populated district, that is among the world’s major commercial, financial and cultural centers.it has some iconic skyscrapers which include the empire state building and the sprawling central park. New York is regarded as the best city for tourists owing to its diverse culture and myriad of entertainment options. Has great nightlife.

New has 238 higher institutions such as Adelphi University, Albany College of Pharmacy and health science, Colgate University, Fulham University, Hofstra University, Manhattan College, etc.

South Carolina

South Carolina is in the southeastern USA, it is known for its shoreline of subtropical beaches and marsh-like sea islands. It has a mild climate, affordable lower cost of living, and beautiful beaches. They have great food and unique southern hospitality that is highly spoken of, it is regarded as the birthplace of beach music and a dance called “the shag”. South Carolina has 60 higher Institutions some of which are Charleston Southern University, Allen University, Claflin University, Columbia College, and Furman University.

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Los Angeles

Los Angeles often abbreviated as LA is the largest city in California. It is also the seat of the Hollywood entertainment industry. It is in southern California. It is the home to the iconic Hollywood sign and other iconic studios such as Paramount Pictures, Universal Studio, and Warner Bros. these Studios offer behind-the-scenes tours. It is the entertainment capital of the world. It has almost perfect weather. They have hotel options for any budget. Los Angeles has many Universities such as the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, Marymount College, the University of Southern California (USC), and the Los Angeles Film School

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