Overview

United States of America is world’s number one destination for visitors, international students, and for businessmen willing to globalize their organizations. It is the third-largest country in world in terms of size and population. 16 American universities are included in world’s top 20 universities and 52 universities are positioned in top 100 universities worldwide. Getting an American degree is the key to a successful future.

USA has the largest economy in the world, and is also the most technologically advanced country of the world. The gross domestic product in 2009 was nearly 14 trillion USD (U.S. dollar), with per capita GDP at 47,000 USD. American firms are at the top of technological advances, especially regarding computing, medical, aerospace, and military equipment.

The U.S. has the world’s largest number of international students: nearly 600,000. International students interested in degree programs generally need an F-1 (non-immigrant) or student visa which can be obtained after getting admitted to an authorized institution by applying with the Department of State at an U.S embassy or consulate for an F-1 (student) visa.

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