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Sample SOP for MS in Electronics and Communications Engineering

November 16th, 2016 by
Sample SOP for MS in Electronics and Communications Engineering

If you’re a graduate in Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE), you must look for pursuing MS in the same field overseas. A masters from USA will help you to get a core specialization which is not the case with graduation. A major benefit of pursuing masters from USA is that varied and more number of… Read More »

Sample SOP for MS in Computer Science

October 4th, 2016 by
Sample SOP for MS in Computer Science

Wish to apply to MS in Computer Science? Here are a few things you must know. Why MS in Computer Science? Technology is growing rapidly; professionals in Computer Science are in high demand to develop solutions for technological and computer-related challenges. A host of career opportunities await those who complete Master in CS programs from… Read More »

How To Get Affordable Flights While Going To Study In USA?

May 26th, 2016 by
How To Get Affordable Flights While Going To Study In USA?

Once your admission is confirmed the next big thing that remains is travelling and visa formalities. Usually visa should be done at the time of applying for admission. Travelling to the US is definitely going to make a deep hole in your wallet if not planned properly. Either you do it or you engage a… Read More »

Types of US Student Visa

May 11th, 2016 by
Types of US Student Visa

If you are planning to study in USA, you might be thinking of the kind of visa that you’ll need to apply. There are generally three types of student visas offered by USA; F1, J1 and M1 visas. Let’s take a look at these. Student Visas for USA F1 Visa An F1 visa is issued… Read More »

Useful Tips To Choose The ‘Right’ University And Avoid Deportation From US

December 30th, 2015 by
Useful Tips To Choose The ‘Right’ University And Avoid Deportation From US

A degree from the USA definitely creates a great impact on your resume, but with the recent incidences of deporting Indian students from USA, we have to ask is it worth it in the end? If the degree you pursued is not from a reputed institute, is it a good decision to spend so much… Read More »

How to Calculate EMI for Education Loan?

October 26th, 2015 by
How to Calculate EMI for Education Loan?

Studying abroad can be an exciting prospect. However, it may be difficult for most students to afford the educational expenses without the help of an education loan. It requires careful planning and calculations to determine the best educational loan for you. This is where the EMI calculator can be of great help. What is EMI?… Read More »

Thinking About Applying to Purdue University?

October 14th, 2015 by
Thinking About Applying to Purdue University?

Why Purdue University? Purdue University, West Lafayette was founded in 1869 and is one of the most popular universities in the United States today. Purdue College of Engineering is ranked sixth in the world by US News as the Best Engineering Schools 2016. Purdue’s Graduate School oversees more than 80 graduate programs at the West… Read More »

How to Apply for US Student Visa?

September 4th, 2015 by
How to Apply for US Student Visa?

How to Get a US Student Visa? Every year thousands of students apply to American universities in the hope of getting a chance to get an entry into this technologically advanced country. The first step towards your goal is the application to American universities and if you are lucky you’ll get into one too. But… Read More »

8 Tips for Visa Application

July 28th, 2015 by
8 Tips for Visa Application

Studying abroad is a wonderful experience which will change the way you think, and allow you to grow as an individual person in your life. Before you make your dream come true of studying in your dream country USA, the most important step is VISA. The visa application process is the final phase of the… Read More »

What To Do If Your US Student Visa Is Rejected?

July 22nd, 2015 by
What To Do If Your US Student Visa Is Rejected?

The F-1 visa is the one that is issued to the international students going to study in the US. Though there are other types of visa and with that you can enter the country but no admission will be given to any student without the F-1 visa. Obtaining this visa requires proper preparation and adequate… Read More »

Documents Required for USA Student Visa

June 22nd, 2015 by
Documents Required for USA Student Visa

F1 visa is the most common type of US student visa. This is for all international students who wish to engage in academic studies in USA at an accredited college or university. Students who plan to engage in non-academic or vocational study or training at US institutions should apply for an M-1 visa. Only an… Read More »

5 Essential Tips for Carrying Hand Luggage

June 16th, 2015 by
5 Essential Tips for Carrying Hand Luggage

Carrying hand luggage is an art every traveller should know and get the benefit of moving at ease. However, most of the travellers are found to carry things either not allowed or heavy articles with them. You should carry less and fly smart. There is also restriction of size and weight in hand luggage. The… Read More »

6 Reasons for USA Visa Rejection

June 14th, 2015 by
6 Reasons for USA Visa Rejection

A visa is a document that is an authorization given by a competent authority of a country to a person who is not a citizen of that country to enter its territory and to remain there for a limited duration. Each country attaches various conditions to the visa such as duration of stay, area covered… Read More »

Valuable Tips to Plan a Campus Tour of University

June 12th, 2015 by
Valuable Tips to Plan a Campus Tour of University

Finding out about a university of one’s choice is an important step in many aspects. The campus visit will give an opportunity to an aspirant about the environment of the institution, kind of people one will be rubbing one’s shoulders during study and most importantly everything about the cost of entire education including living expenses… Read More »

I-20 Process for F-1 Visa

March 1st, 2015 by
I-20 Process for F-1 Visa

Once you are accepted to a school or a university, the institute will send you the I-20 Form. This form is important in order to receive the F-1 student visa. As per visa rule it is mandatory for applicants make all financial disclosures (scholarships, loans, grants, subsidies, family or personal resources, etc.) to the visa… Read More »

Things to Carry While Studying Abroad

February 27th, 2015 by
Things to Carry While Studying Abroad

It would go a long way if you know the basic things that you would need in a foreign country in the first few months of your stay there. You can plan ahead and save yourself the hassle and expense of possibly having to buy a whole new wardrobe in the country of your choice.… Read More »

FAQs on I-20 Form

February 16th, 2015 by
FAQs on I-20 Form

Can I find out the status of my I-20 form issuance? Yes, you will receive regular updates on the status of your I-20. Once the admission is done, the university will ask for the required documents in order to issue your I-20 form. Once the form is issued you will be notified about it. Is… Read More »

Importance of Bank loan to get an I-20

February 12th, 2015 by
Importance of Bank loan to get an I-20

While applying for an admission to US universities, an important question that you often encounter is that whether a university issues an I-20 in case of a student loan. Universities in the US will need you to show available liquid funds in order to issue an I-20. This may put many students in a difficult… Read More »

Things to Do While Applying for an I-20 to a US University

February 8th, 2015 by
Things to Do While Applying for an I-20 to a US University

If you are planning to study in the US, it is mandatory to get a prior permission from the government authorities to stay and study there. For all international students it’s compulsory to apply for an I-20 in order to get your F-1 student visa that allows you to stay there. Although the process is… Read More »

8 Things to Avoid While Applying for an I-20

February 6th, 2015 by
8 Things to Avoid While Applying for an I-20

If you are planning to pursue higher education from the US, it is mandatory as per federal government’s rule to show that you have sufficient resources to support your expenses while studying. Upon receiving all your financial documents, the university will release your I-20 form which is needed for international students to apply for F-1… Read More »

What is the Form I-20?

February 2nd, 2015 by
What is the Form I-20?

What is I-20? An I-20 is a multi-purpose document issued by a government recognized US educational institute to certify that an international student is admitted to a full-time course and has adequate financial resources to stay and match the cost of living in US. Officially stated as the “Eligibility Certificate”, the I-20 document is required… Read More »

4 Tips to write SOP for Master’s in USA

January 9th, 2015 by
4 Tips to write SOP for Master’s in USA

Writing an effective and useful statement of purpose (SOP) for doing Master’s in the USA is an important step every students needs to accomplish. One needs to make it customize, unique and useful for admission purpose. An outstanding and impressive SOP can make a big difference in your admission as 95% of the SOPs end… Read More »

Writing letter of Recommendation from a Reputed Dignitary

December 22nd, 2014 by
Writing letter of Recommendation from a Reputed Dignitary

Many international and national high schools ask the students to present the letter of recommendation while applying for admission. One sample recommendation letter can also help the university to determine the person’s ability from joining the course. Since applications and process will always be a matter of score in the GMAT and TOEFL for MBA,… Read More »

5 Major Benefits of Studying MBA in USA on H1B or L1 Visa

December 16th, 2014 by
5 Major Benefits of Studying MBA in USA on H1B or L1 Visa

H1B and L1 are temporary work visas that allow employers in US to bring specialty occupation employees to the country, if needed. The greatest advantage of employees on these visas is that they can study full-time or part-time, while working. One of the most interesting educational options for you, as an international employee who wish… Read More »

Post-Study Visa Options in USA

December 14th, 2014 by
Post-Study Visa Options in USA

Post-study visa options in USA, a student should give a thought about it. Your student life in USA is going to come to a halt after completing the foreign education, but you still want to explore different career opportunities in USA, so what are the options that can be worked out? When a student gets… Read More »

USA Non-Immigrant Visa and 4 Tips on Visa Processing

December 4th, 2014 by
USA Non-Immigrant Visa and 4 Tips on Visa Processing

There are two kinds of visas available: immigrant visa issued to foreign origin nationals who intend to live permanently in the United States and non-immigrant visas given to foreign nationals wishing to enter the United States on a temporary basis – for tourism, medical treatment, business, temporary work, study, or other similar reasons. Students seeking… Read More »

Exams you need to appear for Applying a USA Student Visa

December 2nd, 2014 by
Exams you need to appear for Applying a USA Student Visa

  Indian students particularly will need to take at least one extra exam for that purpose. Many USA universities will need foreign students to take an English exam in order to prove that their standard of English is good enough to live in the USA while studying.   The two main testing bodies are the… Read More »

5 Reasons to Buy Your Study Abroad Insurance Early

November 22nd, 2014 by
5 Reasons to Buy Your Study Abroad Insurance Early

International travelling may go awfully wrong in spite of meticulous planning. Hence, planning for any unforeseen event is crucial. The best way would be to buy a study abroad insurance that provides you with medical, logistical, and financial support in case of any uneventful instances like illnesses, emergencies, changes of schedule, and cancellations of trips.… Read More »

5 Steps to apply for a Passport

November 12th, 2014 by
5 Steps to apply for a Passport

With a passport in hand, you will able to apply for a visa quickly enough that you don’t miss great academic opportunities in life. Here are the procedures involved in applying for passport from within India, if you are an Indian citizen. How to apply for a passport? The Consular, Passport and Visa (CPV) of… Read More »

How to Get a Letter of Recommendation?

November 8th, 2014 by
How to Get a Letter of Recommendation?

Most education institutions across the world demand letter of recommendation from your professors, guidance counselor, or college adviser when you are applying for graduate school, scholarships, fellowships, research positions, and jobs with them. An outstanding letter of recommendation will always boost your chances of getting a great academic opportunity, even though the competitiveness of your… Read More »

10 Biggest Mistakes to Avoid during Visa Interview.

October 3rd, 2014 by
10 Biggest Mistakes to Avoid during Visa Interview.

Successful interview is not just important, but also have a direct impact on your career. Hence to acknowledge good things about cracking visa interview, we must first learn about common mistakes that as a student we all make and reduce chances of quality higher education. So here is the list of common mistakes students make… Read More »

Eligibility of getting USA Student visa with less academic score

September 25th, 2014 by
Eligibility of getting USA Student visa with less academic score

Thousands of students across globe aspire to take admission in foreign colleges for higher education. Different countries have different requirements in terms of test and academic scores. In USA student visa aspirants need to score certain level of test scores to get admission in desired school. Sometimes students fail to score high in academics and… Read More »

Things to Carry by Students for Higher Education in Abroad

September 19th, 2014 by
Things to Carry by Students for Higher Education in Abroad

It sounds impossible to pack light when you are going away for at least a semester. But with appropriate planning, you can make sure that you pack only the essentials.   1. The Absolute Essentials:   Important documents including your passport, visa and plane tickets should be the first in your list. Of course, you… Read More »

How many times I can apply for US Visa after rejection?

September 11th, 2014 by
How many times I can apply for US Visa after rejection?

The process of reapplication can be time consuming and expensive. Hence, it is important that you learn about the reapplication process in detail.   Reasons for Visa Rejection:   A visa denial could occur due to various reasons. You can ask the consular officer for the section number of the law under which you are… Read More »

Documents Required For OFC Appointment for H-4 Visa

August 6th, 2014 by
Documents Required For OFC Appointment for H-4 Visa

Every year thousands of dependent family members of H-1B visa holders travel to USA on H-4 visa. It is a non-immigrant visa issued by the USA Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) for the dependent spouse and children of principal H visa holders. Only an immediate family member under 21 years can apply for this visa.… Read More »

Visa, I-20 and Admission Confirmation

June 20th, 2014 by
Visa, I-20 and Admission Confirmation

  If you are a citizen of India and have received admission confirmation for MBA in the USA, it is pertinent that you immediately initiate the process for Visa application. The school or university must have sent you an I-20 form confirming that you can enroll as a non-immigrant student. The whole process of obtaining… Read More »

Common reasons why the USA student visa get rejected?

June 13th, 2014 by
Common reasons why the USA student visa get rejected?

Why US student visa get rejected? Students who wish to study in USA have to get the USA visa to get eligible for entry in this country. As we all know if you are an aspiring student it is always better to plan your trip in advance and apply for the non-immigrant visa. Usually each… Read More »

Arranging funds for USA Student Visa

June 11th, 2014 by
Arranging funds for USA Student Visa

USA Student visa can be a costly affair, so in order to have your foundation strong it’s essential to start-up early for the financial planning. Plan out strategic planning keeping in priority factors like living expenses, the lifestyle, tuition fees, fluctuating money exchange rate and expenses to be borne in the host country. Keep yourself… Read More »

Air Tickets Booking From INDIA to USA

May 18th, 2014 by
Air Tickets Booking From INDIA to USA

  Let us know first what is online booking and how to use it?   Now we will see how to book online ticket through Air India.   ONLINE  Air Tickets Booking:   Air Tickets Booking is a convenient way of booking your travel over the internet. Using the Air India online services you can:  … Read More »

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