Finance Your Studies. The U.S. government does not provide loans, grants, or general scholarship assistance for international students. As an international student, you will have to find alternative sources of funding such as:
Home Country Education Loan – Banks and Financial Institutions provide funding for those who are admitted to an approved program or registered institution and who qualify for the loan facility
Funding by a Family member – It is usually theassistance and sponsorship of the family member on which the student takes the opportunity to study abroad.
The International Admissions Office – Many U.S. universities do assist international students. You need to know such universities and schools you are interested in – Check and learn if you may be eligible for this assistance.
Scholarships and Grants – Private foundations, businesses, and non profit organizations offer scholarships and grants for study and research usually on a condition – You need to research on the same.
|Foundation and Freshman year||US$,15,000 – US$ 25,000 per year|
|Undergraduate||US$ 17,000 – US$ 27,000,per year|
|Postgraduate||US$ 20,000 – SGD $,35,000 per year|
Apply for your visa. Before you can apply for a student visa, you must first be accepted by a U.S. institution of higher education that is certified by the SEVP.
USA Study Permit – Learn more about the types of student visas, how to apply, fees, and documentation requirements.
How to Prepare Your Visa File and Visa Appointment – At Trans Globe we have experienced Visa Facilitation Officers to help sort out your Visa issues and appointment dates. They prepare your with the Mock interview and Visa Filing before your appointment at a U.S. Embassy or consulate.