USA has the world’s largest international student population. It is forefront of scientific and creative innovation.
You must have a student visa to study in the United States. Your course of study and the type of school you plan to attend determine whether you need an F visa or an M visa.
1: To enter the United States to attend University or college, High School, Private elementary school, Seminary, Conservatory or Another academic institution, including a language training program, You need the F visa category.
2: To enter the United States to attend Vocational or other recognized nonacademic institution, other than a language training program, You need the M visa category.
There is no government standard for fees in the US, and so they are uniquely set by an institution. Fees are also subject to change based on departments within a university, demand, specific subject costs and expected salary levels once students have graduated.
Undergraduate: Costs of undergraduate degrees in America vary wildly between institutions, and can be quite high for international students. On average however, international student tuition at undergraduate level is calculated to be between US $16,320 - US $34,656 per year.
Postgraduate: The average cost for a master’s degree at a public university was calculated to be US $28,375 per year, and US $38,665 per year at a private university. The expected range of tuition fees for an entire master’s programme ranges roughly between US $23,520 - US $79,317.