Brown University

United States

Private | Estd. 1764

Brown University

Rhode Island, United States

Private -1764

January, November

Intakes

5.5%

Acceptance Rate

7:1

Student: Teacher Ratio

47 : 53

Male: Female Ratio

January, November

Intakes

5.5%

Acceptance Rate

7:1

Student: Teacher Ratio

47 : 53

Male: Female Ratio

History, Affiliations and Rankings

Brown University became the third college in New England and the sixth in Colonial America when it was established in 1764. Brown was the first Ivy League institution to admit students of all religious backgrounds, demonstrating the inclusiveness that still characterizes Brown today. Originally known as the College of Rhode Island, Brown University moved to its current location on College Hill overlooking Providence in 1770 and was renamed in 1804. The university received its accreditation from New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE) formerly the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). It has academic affiliation with Association of American Universities (AAU),  Universities Research Association (URA), National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities (NAICU), 568 Group and Space-grant. Brown University secured the ranking of #60 in QS World University Rankings. U.S. News and World Report ranked the University at #14 in National Universities (tie), #3 in Best Colleges for Veterans and #4 in Best Undergraduate Teaching. The Times Higher Education positioned the university at #64 in the World University Rankings.

Infrastructure, Campuses and Courses

Brown's home for more than two centuries, Providence, Rhode Island, is a bustling place to live, work, and study, a fascinating hub for innovation, and a city rich in cultural diversity. Today's gorgeous campus is made up of 230 buildings spread across 150 acres within walking distance of downtown Providence and close to the bustling Thayer Street, Wickenden Street, and Wayland Square, where students and locals mingle amid ample shopping, dining, and entertainment. It is characterized as an University-College – a large research university with undergraduate education centred in the College with students and faculty working together throughout the College, departments, and schools at all levels. It has over 2000 undergraduate and 80 graduate programmes to choose from. The university's colleges include the Graduate School, Warren Alpert Medical School, School of Engineering, School of Public Health, and School of Professional Studies.

Accomplishments and Alumni 

Brown University is a top research university known for its student-centred learning and strong sense of mission. Students and teachers at Brown are working to address the nation's opioid issue, the next Mars landing site is being planned, ancient civilizations' whereabouts are being discovered, providing new political models to world leaders, and new boundaries in multimedia arts are being explored. The academics and researchers are uncommonly motivated in their intellectual pursuits by the conviction that their work must — and will — make an impact in their communities, society, and the world. The list of accomplishments at the university is infinite. It has a prominent alumni network of over 140,000 people from all around the world. Emma Watson, an actress, Ted Turner, an American entrepreneur, and John F. Kennedy Jr., an American lawyer, are among the prominent names.

Student Diversity and Visiting Companies

The university has a total of 9,948 students enrolled, with 6,792 being undergraduates, 2,561 being graduates, and 595 being medical students. 44% of students of the United States identify as people of colour. 13 percent of undergraduates in the student body are the first in their families to attend college. A total of 100 countries, 48 states plus D.C., and 70 languages are represented in the community. Within six months of graduation, 92 percent of 2020 graduates went on to work or graduate/professional school, according to a poll. Google, Microsoft, Amazon, Goldman Sachs, Apple, Morgan Stanley, and Facebook are among the top employers of university graduates.

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History, Affiliations and Rankings

Brown University became the third college in New England and the sixth in Colonial America when it was established in 1764. Brown was the first Ivy League institution to admit students of all religious backgrounds, demonstrating the inclusiveness that still characterizes Brown today. Originally known as the College of Rhode Island, Brown University moved to its current location on College Hill overlooking Providence in 1770 and was renamed in 1804. The university received its accreditation from New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE) formerly the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). It has academic affiliation with Association of American Universities (AAU),  Universities Research Association (URA), National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities (NAICU), 568 Group and Space-grant. Brown University secured the ranking of #60 in QS World University Rankings. U.S. News and World Report ranked the University at #14 in National Universities (tie), #3 in Best Colleges for Veterans and #4 in Best Undergraduate Teaching. The Times Higher Education positioned the university at #64 in the World University Rankings.

Infrastructure, Campuses and Courses

Brown's home for more than two centuries, Providence, Rhode Island, is a bustling place to live, work, and study, a fascinating hub for innovation, and a city rich in cultural diversity. Today's gorgeous campus is made up of 230 buildings spread across 150 acres within walking distance of downtown Providence and close to the bustling Thayer Street, Wickenden Street, and Wayland Square, where students and locals mingle amid ample shopping, dining, and entertainment. It is characterized as an University-College – a large research university with undergraduate education centred in the College with students and faculty working together throughout the College, departments, and schools at all levels. It has over 2000 undergraduate and 80 graduate programmes to choose from. The university's colleges include the Graduate School, Warren Alpert Medical School, School of Engineering, School of Public Health, and School of Professional Studies.

Accomplishments and Alumni 

Brown University is a top research university known for its student-centred learning and strong sense of mission. Students and teachers at Brown are working to address the nation's opioid issue, the next Mars landing site is being planned, ancient civilizations' whereabouts are being discovered, providing new political models to world leaders, and new boundaries in multimedia arts are being explored. The academics and researchers are uncommonly motivated in their intellectual pursuits by the conviction that their work must — and will — make an impact in their communities, society, and the world. The list of accomplishments at the university is infinite. It has a prominent alumni network of over 140,000 people from all around the world. Emma Watson, an actress, Ted Turner, an American entrepreneur, and John F. Kennedy Jr., an American lawyer, are among the prominent names.

Student Diversity and Visiting Companies

The university has a total of 9,948 students enrolled, with 6,792 being undergraduates, 2,561 being graduates, and 595 being medical students. 44% of students of the United States identify as people of colour. 13 percent of undergraduates in the student body are the first in their families to attend college. A total of 100 countries, 48 states plus D.C., and 70 languages are represented in the community. Within six months of graduation, 92 percent of 2020 graduates went on to work or graduate/professional school, according to a poll. Google, Microsoft, Amazon, Goldman Sachs, Apple, Morgan Stanley, and Facebook are among the top employers of university graduates.

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International Students %

15%

International Students %

15%

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Bachelor in Biomedical Engineering

USD 57,112

Fee

48 Months

Duration

N.A.

Qualification

Bachelors

Course level

On Campus

Mode of Degree

Sep

Intakes

  • Biomedical engineering undergraduate program is a joint venture by the Division of Biology and Medicine and the School of Engineering
  • It is administered under Center for Biomedical Engineering that allows access to the strong teaching and research programs of both Divisions
  • Its curriculum prepares students for careers in biomedical engineering and biotechnology, as well as careers in diverse areas such as medicine, law, business, and health care delivery
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MBA in IE Brown Executive MBA

USD 135,000

Fee

15 Months

Duration

N.A.

Qualification

Masters

Course level

On Campus

Mode of Degree

Sep

Intakes

  •  IE Brown Executive MBA is a joint venture of IE Business School and Brown University
  • The 15-month program utilizes IE’s proven blended learning methodology, rated #1 in the world by The Economist Intelligence Unit
  • It integrates innovative management studies with the liberal arts, providing a unique platform for future leaders to explore the increasingly complex economic, social and political forces shaping world
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Masters in Public Affairs

USD 74,068

Fee

12 Months

Duration

IELTS: 7

Qualification

Masters

Course level

On Campus

Mode of Degree

Sep

Intakes

  • The Brown Master of Public Affairs (MPA) at the Watson Institute provides students with the analytical foundation and management tools they need to tackle the policy problems of today
  • The program provides students with the analytical skills, domain knowledge, and field experience 
  • It has a flexible curriculum that emphasizes on :
    • nine required courses like Economics of Public Policy,Systems Dynamics,Financial Management and Budgeting,etc. 
    • 2-week Global Policy Experience
    • 12-week Policy-In-Action Consultancy
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Master of Science in Computer Engineering

USD 69,064

Fee

24 Months

Duration

IELTS: 7

Qualification

Masters

Course level

On Campus

Mode of Degree

Sep

Intakes

  • Brown University’s School of Engineering offers 18-24 months fulltime postgraduate degree program in Computer Engineering which is focused on addressing many of the problems associated with real environments using large-aperture microphone arrays
  • Covers research in Computer System Design which spans across broad spectrum of topics, including design automation and test of integrated circuits, reconfigurable computing, probabilistic computing, embedded system design, reliability of digital integrated circuits, computer architecture, 3D integrated circuits, and synergies between biological and computational systems
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QS

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.

THE

The Times Higher Education, originally The Times Higher Education Supplement (THES), is a British magazine that focuses on higher education news and topics. It annually publishes The Times Higher Education World University Rankings. It has received worldwide acclaim for its new and improved rating algorithm. Since 2004, it has provided students and their families, academics, university executives, governments, and businesses with reliable university performance data. The performance indicators are grouped into five areas: Teaching (the learning environment); Research (volume, income and reputation); Citations (research influence); International outlook (staff, students and research); and Industry income (knowledge transfer). It also produces subject rankings and rankings for Young Universities, Impact, Reputation, And Emerging Economies.

Guardian

The Guardian is a British daily newspaper that first appeared in 1821 as The Manchester Guardian and was renamed The Guardian in 1959. The Guardian University Guide is published once a year. The goal of the University Guide is to show how each university's department is likely to provide an overall beneficial experience to future students, and to do so; they look at how previous students in the department fared. A league table was created using nine performance criteria for 54 disciplines spanning all stages of the student life cycle. Entry standards, Student-staff ratios, Expenditure per student, Continuation, Student satisfaction, Value Added, Standardisation, Subject Classification, and Career Prospects are the indicators utilised by the organisation.

USN

U.S. News & World Report is American news, consumer advice, rankings, and analysis publication. It began in 1948 as a merger of the weekly newspaper U.S. News and the worldwide weekly magazine World Report. The company's rankings of Best Global universities are well-known among the wider population and significantly impact admission trends. The inaugural "America's Best Colleges" report was released by the U.S. News & World Report in 1983. Since 1985, the rankings have been produced and published annually. The magazine U.S. News & World Report rankings are based on data collected from educational institutions through an annual survey, government and third-party data sources, and school websites. It also takes into account outside opinion polls of university faculty and administrators.

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Fees Estimate

CourseDurationFee/Year
Bachelor in Biomedical Engineering48 Months ₹57,112
MBA in IE Brown Executive MBA15 Months ₹135,000
Masters in Public Affairs12 Months ₹74,068
Master of Science in Computer Engineering24 Months ₹69,064
Masters in Biomedical Engineering24 Months ₹69,064
MBA in Business Administration15 Months-
M.Sc in Materials Science And Engineering24 Months-
M.Sc in Biomedical Engineering12 Months-
B.Sc in Mechanical Engineering48 Months-
M.Sc in Fluids And Thermal Sciences18 Months-

Fees Estimate

CourseDurationFee/Year
Bachelor in Biomedical Engineering48 Months₹57,112
MBA in IE Brown Executive MBA15 Months₹135,000
Masters in Public Affairs12 Months₹74,068
Master of Science in Computer Engineering24 Months₹69,064
Masters in Biomedical Engineering24 Months₹69,064
MBA in Business Administration15 Months-
M.Sc in Materials Science And Engineering24 Months-
M.Sc in Biomedical Engineering12 Months-
B.Sc in Mechanical Engineering48 Months-
M.Sc in Fluids And Thermal Sciences18 Months-

Scholarships

It provides ten months of non-degree study and related professional experiences in the USA.

Eligibility

Applicants need to be proficient in English.

Applicability

The fellowships are awarded competitively to candidates who are mid-career professionals in many fields. In order to apply, you need to submit English proficiency scores such as IELTS/TOEFL etc.

It provides ten months of non-degree study and related professional experiences in the USA.

Eligibility

Applicants need to be proficient in English.

Applicability

The fellowships are awarded competitively to candidates who are mid-career professionals in many fields. In order to apply, you need to submit English proficiency scores such as IELTS/TOEFL etc.

It is offered to students who excel in their chosen field and wish to study abroad.

Eligibility

Applicants who want to pursue a full-time master’s, MPhil, or doctorate program.

Applicability

Applicants can apply for the scholarship through an online application available on the official website.

It is offered to students who excel in their chosen field and wish to study abroad.

Eligibility

Applicants who want to pursue a full-time master’s, MPhil, or doctorate program.

Applicability

Applicants can apply for the scholarship through an online application available on the official website.

This scholarship is considered to be one of the most prestigious scholarships to study in the USA for Indian students.

Eligibility

Applicant should have an undergraduate degree from a recognised Indian University and should be Indian.

Applicability

The candidate needs to submit English language proficiency scores.

This scholarship is considered to be one of the most prestigious scholarships to study in the USA for Indian students.

Eligibility

Applicant should have an undergraduate degree from a recognised Indian University and should be Indian.

Applicability

The candidate needs to submit English language proficiency scores.

This scholarship programme is aimed to help high performing students get a full-time degree in the USA

Eligibility

They focus on students who plan to help improve the under-resourced and underserved communities back in their home country.

Applicability

To apply to the AU Emerging Global Leader Scholarship, you must apply and complete the AU EGLS application, Common or Coalition Application, and international admissions process by 15 December 2021 (priority deadline) or by 15 January 2022 at the latest.

This scholarship programme is aimed to help high performing students get a full-time degree in the USA

Eligibility

They focus on students who plan to help improve the under-resourced and underserved communities back in their home country.

Applicability

To apply to the AU Emerging Global Leader Scholarship, you must apply and complete the AU EGLS application, Common or Coalition Application, and international admissions process by 15 December 2021 (priority deadline) or by 15 January 2022 at the latest.

These fellowships are given to international women students who wish to study and research in the United States full-time.

Eligibility

Applicants must have citizenship of a country other than the US, must be having an academic degree equivalent to a U.S. bachelor’s degree, and should study full-time program during the fellowship year.

Applicability

An online application must be submitted.

These fellowships are given to international women students who wish to study and research in the United States full-time.

Eligibility

Applicants must have citizenship of a country other than the US, must be having an academic degree equivalent to a U.S. bachelor’s degree, and should study full-time program during the fellowship year.

Applicability

An online application must be submitted.

Application Process

  • Visit the official website of the institution. 
  • Click on 'Apply Now' or 'Register Here'
  • 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.

Documents Required

Admission Requirements

FAQs

While there are no explicit admissions standards for Brown, the admissions committee looks for individuals who are eager to study and willing to take on intellectual challenges. They would rather see a student receive a "B" in an AP or IB course than a "A" in an honours course.
While there are no explicit admissions standards for Brown, the admissions committee looks for individuals who are eager to study and willing to take on intellectual challenges. They would rather see a student receive a "B" in an AP or IB course than a "A" in an honours course.
Brown's open curriculum is its most distinguishing feature, and it pervades every area of campus life. There are no distribution or general education requirements, so you can take any courses you want outside of your major requirements.
Brown's open curriculum is its most distinguishing feature, and it pervades every area of campus life. There are no distribution or general education requirements, so you can take any courses you want outside of your major requirements.
Brown University is a prestigious private university in Providence, Rhode Island. It is a medium-sized university with 6,826 undergraduate students enrolled. Brown's acceptance rate is only 7%, making admissions exceedingly competitive. Computer science, biology, and economics are all popular degrees.
Brown University is a prestigious private university in Providence, Rhode Island. It is a medium-sized university with 6,826 undergraduate students enrolled. Brown's acceptance rate is only 7%, making admissions exceedingly competitive. Computer science, biology, and economics are all popular degrees.
Brown is a Division I school and an Ivy League founding member.
Brown is a Division I school and an Ivy League founding member.
On the Maths and Evidence-Based Reading and Writing sections of the SAT, the middle half of admitted students scored between 1480 and 1560. On the ACT, the middle half of admitted students received a score of 33 to 35. Then there are the facts that will have an impact on your future.
On the Maths and Evidence-Based Reading and Writing sections of the SAT, the middle half of admitted students scored between 1480 and 1560. On the ACT, the middle half of admitted students received a score of 33 to 35. Then there are the facts that will have an impact on your future.

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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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