ASU Havasu

United States

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ASU Havasu

Lake Havasu City, United States

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History, Affiliations and Rankings

The Territorial Normal School, Arizona's oldest higher education institution, opened its doors to 33 students in a four-classroom structure in Tempe on Feb. 8, 1886, over 30 years before the state was awarded statehood. From humble origins and a succession of name changes, Arizona State College was elevated to Arizona State University by a popular vote in 1958, with a 2-to-1 margin of victory. The Higher Learning Commission has fully approved all academic programs at Arizona State University. The Office of the University Provost houses the University Program Review and Accreditation Office, which is responsible for maintaining the quality of education given at Arizona State University. ASU has topped U.S. News & World Report's "Most Innovative Schools" list. Times Higher Education has ranked ASU first in the nation and eighth in the world for furthering the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals, which include reducing global poverty and hunger, finding clean water and energy solutions, and promoting gender equality.

Infrastructure, Campuses and Courses

ASU@Lake Havasu is a western Arizona university dedicated to immersive learning and collaboration between students, professors, and the community. It is located close to the California state line. With stunning mountain views and a glistening lake just down the street, ASU at Lake Havasu City may make you feel like you're on vacation. During study breaks, this dynamic college town offers kayaking, paddle boarding, jet skiing, hiking, mountain biking, and rock climbing, to name a few sports. ASU offers degrees and a curriculum that bridge disciplines, allowing students to gain a more holistic perspective of the world. It offers 18 undergraduate programs in Business (Communication), Communication, Environmental Science , General Studies, Applied Computing, Biology, Biology (Environmental Science), Business (Business Administration), Health Education and Health Promotion, Kinesiology, Organizational Leadership, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology.

Accomplishments and Alumni 

The Biodesign Institute's significant achievement is a cornerstone of Arizona State University's ambition to drive the university into the top tier of research universities in the globe. The ASU-Banner Neurodegenerative Disease Research Centre brings together the strengths of ASU, one of the country's biggest public research institutions, and Banner Health, one of the country's largest nonprofit health systems. The university also works to ensure the environment's long-term viability. The researchers analyse the environment and its components on a regular basis. Biodesign researchers are working on strategies to track dangers and safeguard people who are in danger, whether from natural disasters or human conflict. The list of achievements at the university is endless. More than 246,000 Sun Devils in Maricopa County are members of the ASU Alumni Association, which has approximately 500,000 alumni worldwide. The ASU Alumni Association helps Sun Devils maintain a lifelong connection to the university.

Student Diversity and Visiting Companies

At ASU's Haretu Campus, there are more than 540 students enrolled. In fall 2021, 46 percent of ASU's new first-year students came from minority backgrounds, making it the most diverse class ever. In the autumn of 2020, 89 percent of undergraduate students received some form of financial aid, while 33 percent of undergraduate students earned Pell Grants. From career fairs to info sessions to workshops, ASU Career Services provides a variety of events and programs to help you connect with potential employers and develop critical workforce skills. Starbucks, Intel Corporation, Apple, Microsoft, Google, and Amazon are among the top employers of university graduates.

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History, Affiliations and Rankings

The Territorial Normal School, Arizona's oldest higher education institution, opened its doors to 33 students in a four-classroom structure in Tempe on Feb. 8, 1886, over 30 years before the state was awarded statehood. From humble origins and a succession of name changes, Arizona State College was elevated to Arizona State University by a popular vote in 1958, with a 2-to-1 margin of victory. The Higher Learning Commission has fully approved all academic programs at Arizona State University. The Office of the University Provost houses the University Program Review and Accreditation Office, which is responsible for maintaining the quality of education given at Arizona State University. ASU has topped U.S. News & World Report's "Most Innovative Schools" list. Times Higher Education has ranked ASU first in the nation and eighth in the world for furthering the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals, which include reducing global poverty and hunger, finding clean water and energy solutions, and promoting gender equality.

Infrastructure, Campuses and Courses

ASU@Lake Havasu is a western Arizona university dedicated to immersive learning and collaboration between students, professors, and the community. It is located close to the California state line. With stunning mountain views and a glistening lake just down the street, ASU at Lake Havasu City may make you feel like you're on vacation. During study breaks, this dynamic college town offers kayaking, paddle boarding, jet skiing, hiking, mountain biking, and rock climbing, to name a few sports. ASU offers degrees and a curriculum that bridge disciplines, allowing students to gain a more holistic perspective of the world. It offers 18 undergraduate programs in Business (Communication), Communication, Environmental Science , General Studies, Applied Computing, Biology, Biology (Environmental Science), Business (Business Administration), Health Education and Health Promotion, Kinesiology, Organizational Leadership, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology.

Accomplishments and Alumni 

The Biodesign Institute's significant achievement is a cornerstone of Arizona State University's ambition to drive the university into the top tier of research universities in the globe. The ASU-Banner Neurodegenerative Disease Research Centre brings together the strengths of ASU, one of the country's biggest public research institutions, and Banner Health, one of the country's largest nonprofit health systems. The university also works to ensure the environment's long-term viability. The researchers analyse the environment and its components on a regular basis. Biodesign researchers are working on strategies to track dangers and safeguard people who are in danger, whether from natural disasters or human conflict. The list of achievements at the university is endless. More than 246,000 Sun Devils in Maricopa County are members of the ASU Alumni Association, which has approximately 500,000 alumni worldwide. The ASU Alumni Association helps Sun Devils maintain a lifelong connection to the university.

Student Diversity and Visiting Companies

At ASU's Haretu Campus, there are more than 540 students enrolled. In fall 2021, 46 percent of ASU's new first-year students came from minority backgrounds, making it the most diverse class ever. In the autumn of 2020, 89 percent of undergraduate students received some form of financial aid, while 33 percent of undergraduate students earned Pell Grants. From career fairs to info sessions to workshops, ASU Career Services provides a variety of events and programs to help you connect with potential employers and develop critical workforce skills. Starbucks, Intel Corporation, Apple, Microsoft, Google, and Amazon are among the top employers of university graduates.

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Quacquarelli Symonds (Q.S.) is a corporation based in the United Kingdom that specialises in the analysis of higher education institutions worldwide. Nunzio Quacquarelli launched the company in 1990. It publishes the Q.S. World University Rankings every year. The Q.S. rating, which is considered one of the three most widely read university rankings globally, is approved by the International Ranking Expert Group (IREG). The institution uses six metrics, namely Academic Reputation, Employer Reputation, Faculty/Student Ratio, Citations per faculty, International Faculty Ratio and International Student Ratio, that effectively capture university performance. It also publishes rankings in Young universities, Graduate Employability, and Subject Rankings. Q.S. provides an auditing service to universities, which offers information on the institution's strengths and shortcomings. The Q.S. Stars audit procedure rates universities based on over 50 different indicators.

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Application Process

  • Visit the official website of the institution. 
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  • Complete filling your education history with all the qualifications.
  • Fill in the details of your employment history.
  • Fill in your personal statement.
  • Submit the application form by paying the mentioned fees.

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FAQs

Arizona State University is highly ranked in comparison to other institutions, and many of its programmes are highly ranked in comparison to those of other universities. According to U.S. News & World Report, ASU has been ranked first in the United States for innovation for the third year in a row, ahead of Stanford and MIT. According to the Academic Ranking of International Universities and the Centre for World University Rankings, ASU is a top world university. International students consider ASU to be the best public university in the country.
Arizona State University is highly ranked in comparison to other institutions, and many of its programmes are highly ranked in comparison to those of other universities. According to U.S. News & World Report, ASU has been ranked first in the United States for innovation for the third year in a row, ahead of Stanford and MIT. According to the Academic Ranking of International Universities and the Centre for World University Rankings, ASU is a top world university. International students consider ASU to be the best public university in the country.
Undergraduate students should receive an acceptance decision in about four weeks after the university receives a complete application, including a paid application fee and official transcripts. Processing periods may vary depending on the volume of student applications. Admission decisions can be made in as little as five business days in some cases.
Undergraduate students should receive an acceptance decision in about four weeks after the university receives a complete application, including a paid application fee and official transcripts. Processing periods may vary depending on the volume of student applications. Admission decisions can be made in as little as five business days in some cases.
You're supposed to live on the campus of your major as a first-year undergraduate. If you'd like to request a housing exemption, you must first fill out the housing application and explain why you'd like to request one.
You're supposed to live on the campus of your major as a first-year undergraduate. If you'd like to request a housing exemption, you must first fill out the housing application and explain why you'd like to request one.
After starting studies at ASU, it is not uncommon for students to alter their majors. Log in to My ASU, select Alter My Major, and follow the instructions from there to change your major.
After starting studies at ASU, it is not uncommon for students to alter their majors. Log in to My ASU, select Alter My Major, and follow the instructions from there to change your major.
If you've been accepted to ASU and plan to enrol, you'll need to have your official high school transcripts sent directly to the university once you graduate. Official transcripts should not be sent during the application process or before graduation.
If you've been accepted to ASU and plan to enrol, you'll need to have your official high school transcripts sent directly to the university once you graduate. Official transcripts should not be sent during the application process or before graduation.

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Studying in United States

For international students, the average first-year tuition cost is as follows: 

Undergraduate: $20,000 - $65,000 (INR 14,99,421 - INR 48,74,100)

Postgraduate: $10,000 to $80,000 (INR 7,49,731 - INR 59,97,844)

MBA: $50,000 - $140,000 (INR 37,14,650 - INR 1,04,94,967)

For international students, the average first-year tuition cost is as follows: 

Undergraduate: $20,000 - $65,000 (INR 14,99,421 - INR 48,74,100)

Postgraduate: $10,000 to $80,000 (INR 7,49,731 - INR 59,97,844)

MBA: $50,000 - $140,000 (INR 37,14,650 - INR 1,04,94,967)

Average On-Campus Accommodation Fees in the USA: $820 - $925 per month (INR 60,920 - INR 68,721)

Average Off-Campus Accommodation Fees in the USA: $450 - $1000 per month (INR 33,431 - INR 74,293)

Food Expenses: $350 - $500 per month (INR 26,002 - INR 37,146)

Average On-Campus Accommodation Fees in the USA: $820 - $925 per month (INR 60,920 - INR 68,721)

Average Off-Campus Accommodation Fees in the USA: $450 - $1000 per month (INR 33,431 - INR 74,293)

Food Expenses: $350 - $500 per month (INR 26,002 - INR 37,146)

English Proficiency Exams to Study in the USA

IELTS: 5.5 - 6.5+

TOEFL iBT: 78 - 100+

Cambridge English Language Assessments (CAE): B2 - C1

PTE: 54-58

Duolingo: 100+

 

Admission Tests to Study in USA

GMAT600 - 770+

GRE270 - 310

SAT: 900-1500+

ACT: 23-30

LSAT150 - 170+

MSAT: 490 - 510+

English Proficiency Exams to Study in the USA

IELTS: 5.5 - 6.5+

TOEFL iBT: 78 - 100+

Cambridge English Language Assessments (CAE): B2 - C1

PTE: 54-58

Duolingo: 100+

 

Admission Tests to Study in USA

GMAT600 - 770+

GRE270 - 310

SAT: 900-1500+

ACT: 23-30

LSAT150 - 170+

MSAT: 490 - 510+

Part-Time Job Rules for International Students in the USA

  • When school is in session, your US student visa permits you to work up to 20 hours per week on campus and full-time during school breaks (up to 40 hours per week).

  • The employer must ensure that the employment should not displace (take a job away from) a US resident.

  • F1 students are permitted to work in the United States, but only under specified circumstances and in compliance with the US Citizenship and Immigration Service's complicated standards and restrictions (USCIS).

  • Many US colleges need approval from the International Student Office before taking any on-campus job, and such employment may not be permitted during a student's first semester or year.

Types of Part-Time Jobs in the USA

There are two ways international students can get part-time jobs in the USA. They can either look for on-campus jobs or off-campus jobs.

On-Campus Jobs: On-campus employment is defined as work that takes place on campus or at a school-affiliated off-campus site. Some examples are working in a campus bookshop, cafeteria, or other facilities where students may assist. To be considered for this position, you must apply at least 30 days prior to the start of school. Speak with your DSO about applying. If you're authorised, your DSO will provide you with a letter of approval, which you'll need to apply for a Social Security number (SSN).

 Off-Campus Jobs: Off-campus jobs are relatively easy but not always in proximity. F1 students can gain authorization to work under certain training programmes. This form of part-time work is not difficult to acquire. However, it is only available to F1 students who have completed at least one full academic year of their programme of study and who have an economic hardship that meets the Department of Homeland Security's urgent conditions. Optional Practical Training (OPT) and Curricular Practical Training (CPT) are two programmes designed specifically for students who want to obtain experience in their field of study.

Part-Time Job Rules for International Students in the USA

  • When school is in session, your US student visa permits you to work up to 20 hours per week on campus and full-time during school breaks (up to 40 hours per week).

  • The employer must ensure that the employment should not displace (take a job away from) a US resident.

  • F1 students are permitted to work in the United States, but only under specified circumstances and in compliance with the US Citizenship and Immigration Service's complicated standards and restrictions (USCIS).

  • Many US colleges need approval from the International Student Office before taking any on-campus job, and such employment may not be permitted during a student's first semester or year.

Types of Part-Time Jobs in the USA

There are two ways international students can get part-time jobs in the USA. They can either look for on-campus jobs or off-campus jobs.

On-Campus Jobs: On-campus employment is defined as work that takes place on campus or at a school-affiliated off-campus site. Some examples are working in a campus bookshop, cafeteria, or other facilities where students may assist. To be considered for this position, you must apply at least 30 days prior to the start of school. Speak with your DSO about applying. If you're authorised, your DSO will provide you with a letter of approval, which you'll need to apply for a Social Security number (SSN).

 Off-Campus Jobs: Off-campus jobs are relatively easy but not always in proximity. F1 students can gain authorization to work under certain training programmes. This form of part-time work is not difficult to acquire. However, it is only available to F1 students who have completed at least one full academic year of their programme of study and who have an economic hardship that meets the Department of Homeland Security's urgent conditions. Optional Practical Training (OPT) and Curricular Practical Training (CPT) are two programmes designed specifically for students who want to obtain experience in their field of study.

A post-study work visa is one of the primary factors of interest for international students planning to pursue an education in the United States. After completing their education, most international students want to work in the United States. Some student visa options in the United States allow students to work in the country for a limited time while studying and after they finish their degree. 

The F1 Visa, M1 Visa, and J1 Visa are three different types of student visas that allow students to stay in the United States for a short time after they finish their studies.

The F1 visa is a post-study work visa that allows students to stay in the United States for upto 12 months after finishing their studies. The J1 and M1 student visas allow visa holders to stay for 30 days. Students pursuing STEM courses get an additional 17 months (making a total of 29 months) under STEM OPT extension.

A post-study work visa is one of the primary factors of interest for international students planning to pursue an education in the United States. After completing their education, most international students want to work in the United States. Some student visa options in the United States allow students to work in the country for a limited time while studying and after they finish their degree. 

The F1 Visa, M1 Visa, and J1 Visa are three different types of student visas that allow students to stay in the United States for a short time after they finish their studies.

The F1 visa is a post-study work visa that allows students to stay in the United States for upto 12 months after finishing their studies. The J1 and M1 student visas allow visa holders to stay for 30 days. Students pursuing STEM courses get an additional 17 months (making a total of 29 months) under STEM OPT extension.

Here are the different costs for different types of USA student visas that are required by an international student to study in USA:

  • F-1 Student Visa: $510 (INR 37,885)

  • F-2 Visa for Dependents: $160 (INR 11,885)

  • M-1 Student Visa: $160 (INR 11,885)

  • M-2 Visa for Dependents: $160 (INR 11,885)

  • J-1 Student Visa: $160 (INR 11,885)

  • J-2 Visa for Dependents: $160 (INR 11,885)

H1B Visa: $555 (INR 41,227)

Here are the different costs for different types of USA student visas that are required by an international student to study in USA:

  • F-1 Student Visa: $510 (INR 37,885)

  • F-2 Visa for Dependents: $160 (INR 11,885)

  • M-1 Student Visa: $160 (INR 11,885)

  • M-2 Visa for Dependents: $160 (INR 11,885)

  • J-1 Student Visa: $160 (INR 11,885)

  • J-2 Visa for Dependents: $160 (INR 11,885)

H1B Visa: $555 (INR 41,227)

Step 1: Get the US DS-160 Visa Application form.

Step 2: Prepare your financial and other supporting documents.

Step 3: Register and complete the visa application form, and pay the application fee.

Step 4: Attend your appointment/interviews at the nearest embassy or consulate.

Step 5: Get the result of your application. If your visa application has been granted, you can start your study abroad journey.

Step 1: Get the US DS-160 Visa Application form.

Step 2: Prepare your financial and other supporting documents.

Step 3: Register and complete the visa application form, and pay the application fee.

Step 4: Attend your appointment/interviews at the nearest embassy or consulate.

Step 5: Get the result of your application. If your visa application has been granted, you can start your study abroad journey.

Here are some of the top high paying job industries in the USA for international students are as follows:

  • Investment Banking and Securities Dealing

  • Sports Teams and Clubs

  • Management Consultancy

  • Financial Research

  • Medical and Healthcare Sector 

  • Engineering and IT

  • Mining, Resources and Energy

  • Law

Here are some of the top high paying job industries in the USA for international students are as follows:

  • Investment Banking and Securities Dealing

  • Sports Teams and Clubs

  • Management Consultancy

  • Financial Research

  • Medical and Healthcare Sector 

  • Engineering and IT

  • Mining, Resources and Energy

  • Law

Housing some of the best universities in the world, the United States of America is one of the most popular study abroad destinations. It is well-known for attracting the largest number of international students from around the world. Additionally, according to World GDP Rankings, the United States is in top place with a $22.939 Trillion economy as of 2021. It also boasts the world's 8th largest purchasing power parity (PPP). According to Statista, the United State's projected Real GDP growth rate for 2022 is 5.2%.

Housing some of the best universities in the world, the United States of America is one of the most popular study abroad destinations. It is well-known for attracting the largest number of international students from around the world. Additionally, according to World GDP Rankings, the United States is in top place with a $22.939 Trillion economy as of 2021. It also boasts the world's 8th largest purchasing power parity (PPP). According to Statista, the United State's projected Real GDP growth rate for 2022 is 5.2%.

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