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Why Study in The US?

The United States is a leader in the Western world in innovation and education. With a population approaching 325 million, the US is one of the most culturally diverse countries in the world and has thousands of higher education institutions spanning it’s 50 states.

Many of the universities in the US are leaders in the numerous ranking tables meaning that a qualification earned from a US institution will be highly regarded by employers worldwide. The US has 5 institutions in the top 10 of the QS World University Rankings, with the Massachusetts Institution of Technology (MIT) making the number one spot. In fact the US has over 100 of it’s institutions featuring in this ranking.

Study in USA

The United States of America, more commonly referred to as the USA or the US, is the most popular destination for international students and therefore has the largest international student population comprising of over 800,000 international students. From Hollywood, to major fast food chains and the emergence of some of the world’s most prominent technology companies, the country’s influence is felt globally and it’s no surprise that it is still the number one choice for international students.

About The USA

he US is a very large country; the third largest country in the world for both population and land area.

 With 50 states, and one federal district (The District of Columbia or D.C.), the US has lots to offer. From the sunny coasts of California to the bustling streets of New York City, the US is a very popular destination for people from around the world. Bordered by both Canada and Mexico, the United States is an important part of the world’s fabric and is one of the most culturally and religiously diverse nations on the planet.

Cost of Studying and Living in The United States

The US is the most popular study destination and qualifications obtained at US institutions are held in high regard, which means that studying in the US can be very expensive. Depending on the program, students can expect to pay anywhere from $5,000 USD – $50,000, with the average annual tuition fees around $30,000 USD. As for cost of living, it is wholly dependent on the area in the country you are interested in studying. For instance, an apartment in a smaller town may be a lot more affordable than an apartment in New York City or Los Angeles. Students can expect to budget anywhere from $1,000-$3,000 per month for their living expenses, depending on where they study.

 

 

 

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Visa Guidance.

We help you in entire visa process like, filling up of applications, preparing statements, and also guidance and training for mock.

Student consultancy.

We offer professional advice and guidance to students wishing to study overseas, at any level. We help you find the most suitable courses and educational institution for your requirements and subject choice, provide you with extensive research, information and options available. During your studies we are always available for any continuing help you may require

Scholarship Consultancy

We offer a full scholarship advice to our students and simplify the process. DTS is dedicated to guide talented students looking for scholarships to aid in paying for the ever-increasing cost of foreign education.

Institute selection.

We synthesise the information gathered during the initial strategic consultation and provide you with a comprehensive, detailed overview of the institute(s) we identify as most fitting..

Supplementary materials

Our consultants work with students to create specific Letter of Recommendation (LOR) plans for each of individual recommenders. We also advise and support you through the preparation of additional documents and materials.

Strategic consultation

Our experts conduct initial comprehensive brainstorming sessions which involve a pre-career testing and personality analysis, an academic, extracurricular and leadership evaluation, an extensive discussion of a student’s strengths and weaknesses, and a determination going forth of the student’s strategic edge.