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    • The United States of America (USA), commonly known as the United States (U.S.) or America
    • The USA is a federal presidential constitutional republic composed of 50 states, a federal district, five major self-governing territories, and various possessions.
    • It covers 9.8 million km2 and with over 325 million people.
    • It is located in North America between Canada and Mexico.

Demographics and Economic Status of U.S.A.:

    • Area                            :           9.8 million km2
    • Capital                        :           Washington D.C.
    • Population                 :           Approx 325 million, the third populous nation after China and India
    • Currency                     :           United States Dollar (USD) ($)
    • GDP                             :           Approximately $18.56 with the world’s largest economy
    • Per Capita Income    :           $57,467
    • HDI                              :           0.920
    • National Language   :          English but 12% of Americans speak Spanish
    • Religion                       :           Christianity is the most common religion in U.S.
    • Literacy Rate              :           99%


Some Quick Facts

    • World’s 1st destination for international students
    • Third largest country in the world in terms of size and population
    • Largest economy in the world and one of the most technology advanced
    • Some of the highest-quality educational institutions in the world, many with cutting edge technological resources
    • Huge range if educational options: some are broadly focused, some are employment focused, some are niche
    • The United States, with its large size and geographic variety, includes most climate types.

Qualification Framework of U.S.:


General Level Level Student age range
Pre School Pre-kindergarten 3-5
Compulsory Education
Elementary School Kindergarten 5-6
1st grade 6-7
2nd grade 7-8
3rd grade 8-9
4th grade 9-10
5th grade 10-11
Middle School 6th grade 11-12
Junior high school 7th grade 12-13
8th grade 13-14
High School
Senior High School Freshman/9th grade 14-15
Sophomore/10th grade\ 15-16
Junior/11th grade 16-17
Senior/12th grade 17-18
Higher Education
First year: “Freshman year” 18–19
Second year: “Sophomore year” 19–20
Third year: “Junior year” 20–21
Fourth year: “Senior year” 21–22
Graduate school
(with various degrees and curricular partitions thereof)
Ages Vary
Continuing Education
Vocational school Ages  Vary
Adult education

Accreditation in USA

  • US Department of Education
  • Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA)

Above two organizations provides guidelines to the following Accreditations bodies in US

  1. Regional Accreditations bodies
  1. National faith-related Accreditations bodies
  1. National career- related Accreditations bodies
  1. Programmatic Accreditations bodies
  2. Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges
  3. Higher Learning Commission


  • January(Spring)
  • May/ June(Summer)
  • August(Fall) ( international Scholarship)


Visa Application Procedure

    • I 20/ F1
    • Appointment Confirmation($160)
    • DS 160
    • Sevis Fee ($200)
    • At least 6 month Valid Passport
    • Any Supporting Documents (if any)
    • 2’x2’ photo


Career Outcome and Work Right

    • One of the best teaching learning environment
    • Technology Advanced
    • Research Lab Facilities
    • Accredited Degrees so the best Career Platform
    • Internationally recognized degree
    • Hostel or Accommodation
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