|No. of international students||Overall % of international students||Most represented countries|
|1,095,299||5.5%||China, India & South Korea|
International Students have the option of three intakes for enrollment. Fall, Winter and Summer Intake and are sometimes called Semester respectively. USA’s intake for international students is described below:
|Major Intakes in USA||Month||Duration||Intake details|
|Fall Intake||September||September-December||Primary Intake, most Universities and all major courses are on offer to international students|
|Winter Intake||January||January-May||Secondary Intake, most of the courses are available for students who missed the opportunity in fall intake|
|Spring Intake||May||Only Few Courses Available|
On an average, USA university fees for international course is around $25,000-$35,000 a year. Over and Above the living cost in USA varies a lot depending on the state and city.
It is a 2-year program, equal to the first two years of a bachelor's degree, that are more job-focused and can be used to jumpstart a professional career
It is a 4 year undergraduate courses including basic subjects as well as majors, minors and electives that create a solid foundation for a full-fledged professional career
Academic (Focused on PhD): Graduate programs specializing in STEM, humanities, and the arts are typically of 2 years in duration. With a solid foundation under their belts, students can go on to pursue a doctorate in their chosen field of study.
Professional (Focused on field): In order to assist students to succeed in a specific Profession, the professional master's degree programs last from one to three years depending on the discipline they chose.
In US, 2 year MBA programs are available for people looking to move up the corporate ladder or start their own business. 1-year MBA program (Accelerated MBA) is also offered by several business schools
Studying for a doctorate or obtaining a PhD requires students to work closely with a faculty adviser and complete a dissertation successfully. A PhD in the United States typically takes between five and eight years to finish