United States of America (USA) will (most probably!) be the hottest destination for Indian and international students. It is not difficult to determine why. The quality of education, wide-ranging specialties, flexibility, large campuses, friendly professors, funding and international opportunities are only but a few of the reasons for attracting the elite students from throughout the world. It is not so easy to dislodge the pre-eminent position of US as the 'land of opportunities'. There are more than 3,800 universities and colleges in the USA, offering right from short-term certificate programs to Post-Doctoral level degrees. Most students prefer to study in the USA at either the Bachelors level or Masters and beyond.
Since the 1950s, the US has been the leading destination for international students, and it continues to host an increasing number of students and scholars from around the world. The shift in the USA's world share as a host of international students over the past decade is due to multiple factors like,
The schools, universities and institutions in the US offer excellent and quality education, and hence make USA hot destination for education Learning in an American school means not only confined to classes and attending lectures or doing experiments in the laboratories but also having real industry experience. The university colleges and institutions in America have collaborations with employers and researchers in different study fields where students can gain real work experience. This gives an edge over others when after college your work life begins.
The education system in the US is very flexible. Classes are offered under the semester scheme, and course is divided into credits. A student can choose a number of credits he/she wants to earn in a semester or quarter, and the electives and the optional classes he wish Employment-As a Student Students at any level are not allowed to work full-time, while studying in the USA. However, employment of international students, who reached USA on a non-immigrant visa such as F-1, is strictly regulated. If such students maintain their visa status and be in good standing, they can work part-time and on campus only for up to 20 hours a week. During holidays and college breaks, students can work full-time.
Work After Study Most international students in the United States hold an F-1 visa, which is the U.S. non-immigrant student visa. F-1 students are allowed to work in the United States, but only under certain conditions and in accordance with complex guidelines and restrictions issued by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS).