From College to Career
Career services at U.S. universities guide international students on how to present their best selves to potential employers.
Expertspeak on Student Queries
An EducationUSA adviser answers questions frequently asked by students.
Flexible curriculums at U.S. universities allow students to make informed choices about their subjects and career paths.
A U.S. degree opens doors to exciting careers for Indian women.
Making Learning Accessible
A Nexus-trained start-up uses text messages and WhatsApp to bridge the digital divide.
A Chancellor With a Vision
Under Chancellor Pradeep Khosla’s leadership, UC San Diego has grown into an academic and research powerhouse, and strengthened university and community partnerships.
Exemplifying Shared Ambitions
Numerous Indian Americans came to the U.S. as students before going on to lead major U.S. tech firms.
Creating Gender-Equitable Classrooms
Delhi school teachers tackle the nuances of creating judgment-free environments for children.
Start Right, Land Right
The right guidance can help applicants make the most of their higher education journey and launch a flourishing career.
Managing Waste to Improve Communities
Whitman College alumna Gauri Mirashi aims to create sustainable cities by empowering communities to live in harmony with their surroundings.
Expertspeak on U.S. Student Visas
Minister Counselor for Consular Affairs Donald Heflin shares insights on the visa process and appointments.
OPT: Optional Yet Optimal
Optional Practical Training is a unique opportunity for international students to gain crucial practical experience after earning a U.S. degree.
Open Doors With a STEM…
U.S. universities offer STEM students the choice of diversifying in other fields with an all-round education that can jump-start fascinating careers.
Clubbing Together for Inclusivity
U.S. universities have clubs for all interests and getting involved is a great way to make friends from around the world.
Safety and Security at U.S.…
Universities take special care to ensure safety of its students with measures like emergency phone booths, safety apps and walk escorts.
Women Who Paved the Way
Meet the first Indian women to ever earn medical degrees in the United States.
Pursue Your Non-STEM Passion
A non-STEM degree from a U.S. university opens a plethora of career options in diverse fields.
Skills for a Successful Student…
By developing key skills related to communication, connections and beyond, Indian students thrive at American universities.
The Value of an American…
Renu Khator launched an inspiring career after studying in the United States. You can, too.
Where Women are Front and…
Women’s colleges in the United States help develop the next generation of leaders and innovators by providing a safe and supportive environment.
Looking Beyond Ivy Leagues
With high-quality education, smaller classes and diverse programs, lesser-known U.S. colleges open doors of opportunities beyond the more well-known institutions.
Accidental Journeys, Administrative Successes
Educator Madhav V. Rajan brings years of expertise, and a spirit of adventure, to his role as dean of The University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
Tackling the Climate Crisis Through…
Virtual English Language Fellows teach climate change activists and students to communicate even more effectively.
Building Your Application Avatar
Stand out by creating a strong application that showcases your abilities and brings out your personality.
Bachelor’s, Master’s, Doctorate and More
The right type of American degree can unlock amazing opportunities for Indian students. Here’s how to choose which level of study is best for you.
Keys to Success: Planning and…
With the right planning and research, the journey to a U.S. degree can be a rewarding experience.
Opening Doors to Success
The high quality of education, flexibility in curriculum and networking opportunities make U.S. higher education a unique value proposition.
Acing Your Interview
Applying for your student visa to study in the United States can seem overwhelming. In this article, U.S. consular officers provide straightforward guidance on the process.
Getting Ready To Go
Smart preparation can help Indian students smoothly navigate the port of entry procedures on arrival at U.S. airports.
Getting a Student Visa to…
Refer to this frequently asked questions guide as you are getting ready to apply for your student visa.
Finding the Right Fit
Read these tips from U.S. university officials and Indian alumni on how prospective students can find the right university to meet their needs and help them succeed.
Maintaining Legal Status
Every year, the United States opens its doors to international students from around the world. For students, it’s important to be mindful of the requirements to maintain legal status while studying in the United States.
Building Global Careers
Cutting-edge programs, cross-cultural exposure and networking opportunities at U.S. universities help students set the stage for a global career.
A Bearcat for Life!
Graduate-level study at a U.S. university is not just about coursework and research, it's also about new experiences and discovering yourself.
Studying During the Pandemic
Universities and students adapt to difficult circumstances as safety measures, social distancing and travel restrictions affect traditional university enrollment systems.
Electing Your Major
Choosing a major is a great opportunity to explore, self-reflect and ultimately, to enjoy the start of a pivotal process.
Vibrant Campus Life of U.S.…
Student organizations create a diverse campus and help build life-long memories and relationships. Indian Student Associations are one way both Indian and American students merge culture and student life on campus.
A Journey From Chennai to…
Strategic planning, unforeseen challenges and, ultimately, invaluable experiences on the pathway to studying in the United States.
Study in the U.S. ……
What rights do international students have? The right to free speech lets every student in the U.S. ask big questions in and out of the classroom.
Studying in America: Then &…
A look at student life in the United States, in the 1960s and 1980s.
Prepare for Your Departure
Seek assistance from an EducationUSA advising center and the international student adviser at your chosen university while planning your journey to the United States.
Supporting Education in USA
Students in Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and Odisha can access accurate, comprehensive and current information about opportunities to study at U.S. universities through the newest EducationUSA center in India, at the Y-Axis Foundation.
Opt for OPT
Optional Practical Training offers temporary employment for international students in the United States to work in their area of study.
Finance Your Studies
With the right planning and research, students can access a range of financial assistance options to make their U.S. higher education affordable.
Opening Doors to Global Learning
Indians represent a vital population of international students in the United States and bring critical and diverse perspectives to their institutions.
Safe Spaces for All
Through education, advocacy and support U.S. universities strive to create inclusive campuses for LGBTQIA+ students.
Developing Leaders Through Diversity and…
Georgetown University’s Global Human Development Program embraces diverse backgrounds, experiences, identities and viewpoints to prepare students to work on real-world development issues
Building Communities for Success
Maria T. Madison is the Associate Dean for Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity at the Heller School for Social Policy and Management, Brandeis University. Photograph courtesy Brandeis University
Research Your Options
Tips on how to find the right higher education institution or program.
Shaping Your College Application
Tips from admissions officials on how to craft a compelling application package.
From Awareness to Action
Graduate programs at U.S. universities address the necessity to establish a workforce that will be equipped to work on combating climate change.
Studying Clinical Research
Clinical researchers work on the prevention and treatment of infectious diseases and bring the latest scientific breakthroughs from the lab to the real world.
Focusing on Public Health
U.S. universities are witnessing a growing interest in public health degrees, which prepare students for diverse professional and research careers.
Studying to Prevent Diseases
Epidemiology degree programs prepare students for careers pursuing vital research in diverse fields ranging from public health to artificial intelligence programs.
A degree in health communication prepares students for careers in diverse sectors, helps them drive positive social change and counter misinformation.
Careers in Medical Laboratory Science
If you have interest in medicine and science, and have a penchant for analysis, a degree in medical laboratory science might be a good fit for you.
Partnership 2020 promotes higher education cooperation between the United States and India through research collaborations and aims to create tangible economic impact.
U.S. Higher Education Endures
In these unprecedented times, a deep and abiding commitment to teach the next generation of global leaders at U.S. universities will endure.
Support Systems for Students
U.S. universities stepped up to support their international students during the coronavirus pandemic.
Admissions in a New Landscape
International students will have to navigate new territory in a world defined by public health concerns, social distancing and disruptions.
Quest for Security and Empowerment
Stanford King Center on Global Development's David Lobell and Soledad Artiz Prillaman focus their research on improving food security in India and on understanding the inequities around Indian women's political participation.
Making the Most of Your…
During holiday breaks, students should focus on building their profiles in order to become strong candidates to get admission in a U.S. university of their choice.
Selecting a College for Your…
A look at some key factors parents should consider when helping their children take admission-related decisions.
Science of Air and Space
With international governments and private companies focusing on space explorations and increasing efficiencies, a degree in aerospace engineering has become quite sought-after.
Strength and Structures
Earn a degree in architectural engineering and help buildings stand tall for decades to come.
Study the Mind
The discipline of psychology is wide and varied, and so are the career opportunities.
Why Study in the U.S.
U.S higher education offers a unique value proposition and grooms students to address challenges faced by their communities, countries and the world.
Understanding Social Life
Sociology students seek to understand how society works, and are equipped to enter a wide range of professional fields.
Varun Soni, dean of religious life at the University of Southern California, shares his experience of studying and teaching religion in the United States.
Alumni interviews are an important part of the U.S. university admissions process and help find the right candidate for an institution.
American students experience Indian culture through its languages.
Legacy of Liberal Arts
Despite their size, the impact of a small liberal arts college experience can often be everlasting.
How do You Choose?
Students planning to pursue higher studies in the United States should keep a few key factors in mind while picking a major.
With the rapid growth of Internet of Things, the demand for statistical science graduates has been increasing steadily.
A Cross-Cultural Experience
Shreya Das, a story scholar at IIT Kharagpur, participated in the Fulbright fellowship to teach Bangla to students of Indiana University Bloomington.
Building the Robots
Want to create the high-tech machines of the future? A degree in robotics engineering might be a good fit for you.
Business of Arts
Arts management programs equip students to apply business administration techniques and processes to the world of art.
Excelling With Integrity
U.S. universities expect students to work with honesty and integrity, and avoid all forms of academic dishonesty.
A guide for prospective students on how they can get the most out of U.S. university fairs.