Capital: Washington, D.C.
 Independence Day: July 4, 1776
 Motto: In God We Trust
 National Bird: Bald Eagle
 National Flower: Rose
 National Anthem: The Star-Spangled Banner
 Largest State: Alaska
 Smallest State: Rhode Island
 Largest Cities: New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Philadelphia, San Diego, Detroit, Dallas, Phoenix, San Antonio
 Border Countries and Oceans: Canada, Mexico, Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico, Pacific Ocean
  1. Student would get Advanced English language skills and valuable intercultural experience.
  2. Best higher education systems in the world, with access to advanced technology and research.
  3. In-depth instruction, learned to problem-solve and have knowledge of modern practices within your field.
  4. More opportunities.
  5. The USA has a lot to offer: one of the most prestigious, top ranked higher education systems in the world, eclectic cities and beautiful natural parks, culture, history and a very multicultural population.
  6. The United States offers variety. There is a wide range of schools, countless areas of study and specialty degrees. This type of specialty study is available at the undergraduate, graduate and doctorate level, too.
  7. Community colleges offer lower tuition costs, smaller class sizes and more personal attention. Many community colleges also offer intensive English language programs. You can complete the first two years of your bachelor’s degree at a community college and then transfer your credentials to a four-year university.
  8. USA has many beaches, outdoor activities, the people have a relaxed attitude and you will probably find many local international communities &people are known for their hospitality and kindness. The USA is a multiracial society that is still absorbing new immigrants, which makes it a very dynamic and exciting place to experience.
  9. Small class sizes are very common. The close relationship between students and faculty serves to motivate students and fosters a personal approach to the curriculum.
  10. Many opportunities to join planned and informal activities with other students, such as hiking, skiing, museum visits, excursions to new cities, and local tourist attractions. Imagine visiting New York City and taking a ferry to the Statue of Liberty! Many schools have international student organizations and clubs that also plan activities.
  11. The United States is the leader in many areas of technology and research.
  12. Best students around the world are admitted to the top schools in the US, where quality education is imparted to them by an expertly trained faculty. Quality education is in the US are not just widely recognized and accepted, but also widely respected around the world.
  13. Great Scope for Research.
  14. The US education system offers a kind of flexibility in terms of the courses that are offered, which enables you select your choice of subject from a variety of topics. Students also have the flexibility to choose a class at any time during the academic year, since the some courses are offered multiple times during the academic year.
  15. Availability of financial aid is another major incentive for international students to opt for higher education in the US. Most universities offer its students grants, loans and stipends to cover their daily expenses as well as tuition in some cases. University assistantship is provided on the basis of merit rather than financial need.
  16. On completion of degree, Students are legally authorized to work in the US in their related field for about a year under Optional Practical Training (OPT). Most international students get inducted into the company that hires them during their OPT period, by sponsoring their H1-B or work visa. The H1-B work visa is usually granted by employers if they are hiring international students in specialty areas such as software, engineering, accountancy, teaching or marketing. Once your employer grants your H1-B, you are allowed to work in the US without returning to your home country.
  17. Around 30 percent of all international students in the world study in the US. So, as an international student, you will have the unique privilege to interact with a lot of people from a lot of different nationalities. This exposure will not only enhance your cultural and artistic faculties, but will also help you learn a lot more about the world.

In F-1 visa may work part-time on campus while classes are in session. “Part-time” means not more than 20 hours per week. F-1 students do not need special authorizartion to work on-campus.

Upon completion of studies, F1 students are eligible to apply for up to 1 year of paid work experience called Optional Practical Training (OPT). This allows stydents to gain work experience in their chosen career.

Seventeen months OPT extension for STEM students: The new rule allows students who received a Bachelor, Masters or Doctoral degree in Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM) field to apply for a 17 months extension of their OPT.