Advantages of Attending an American University

1. Explore Vast Academic Opportunities

Every medical aspirant has a dream of becoming a doctor from a top medical university of Russia or another reputed country as per their choice. But most of the students find it difficult to choose their University. Russia is the most preferred country when it comes to medical education due to the various benefits or advantages like climatic conditions of Russia, living cost, availability of various facilities, availability of top-ranked medical universities which are recognized by MCI & WHO, Local community of Russia.

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2. Improve Your Career Opportunities

Whether you ultimately want to immigrate to the United States or return to your home country, earning a degree at a university in America has the potential to expand the future career opportunities available to you.

Even if your goal is not to immigrate to the US, having the experience of studying and working in the U.S. could potentially make you a more desirable job candidate when returning to your home country, especially if you’re going to be working for a global company.

During their schooling, international students can take advantage of experiential learning, co-ops, and internships, in order to gain hands-on, real-world experience in their field of interest. Not only does this provide valuable learning opportunities, but it can help to build strong relationships with future employers, and could even convince an employer to sponsor you for a visa.

There are a number of degrees that are ‘STEM eligible’ that give international students the opportunity to stay in the U.S. for an additional two years post-graduation, beyond the standard allowance of one year, while working for a U.S.-based employer.

F-1 students with eligible science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) degrees from Student and Exchange Visitor Program certified universities have the ability to apply for optional practical training (OPT). This STEM OPT extension allows these students to stay in the United States for an additional 24 months (for a total of 36 months) to receive practical training. This training is often paid and is related to their program of study.

During their schooling, international students can take advantage of experiential learning, co-ops, and internships, in order to gain hands-on, real-world experience in their field of interest. Not only does this provide valuable learning opportunities, but it can help to build strong relationships with future employers, and could even convince an employer to sponsor you for a visa.

During their schooling, international students can take advantage of experiential learning, co-ops, and internships, in order to gain hands-on, real-world experience in their field of interest. Not only does this provide valuable learning opportunities, but it can help to build strong relationships with future employers, and could even convince an employer to sponsor you for a visa.

3. Perfect Your English

One of the best ways to become fluent in a new language is to fully immerse yourself in it, and perfecting your English skills during your time at a U.S. university can have some valuable benefits.

If you are a non-native English speaker, refining your skills can help you gain a competitive advantage in the job market, especially if you hope to work for an international organization. Having a strong knowledge of more than one language and culture can make you a valuable asset to any organization, as it demonstrates your cross-cultural communication skills.

In most cases, students must submit proof of their English proficiency to be admitted to a degree program, often in the form of official TOEFL, IELTS, or PTE exam scores. However, those who do not meet the minimum score requirements for direct entry have options available to them. For example, Northeastern University encourages these students to apply for the Global Pathways Program, which helps to improve English language skills and prepare for the students’ program of choice. Upon successful completion of Global Pathways, students are automatically enrolled in the degree program of their choice.

4. Gain a Global Perspective

In addition to the vast array of academic and career development opportunities that international students are offered in the United States, pursuing education abroad allows for immense personal development. Studying at an American university gives students the chance to expand their global network, experience new cultures, and gain a global perspective.

Studying at an American university exposes international students to different cultures that they might not have experienced otherwise. Not only are they learning in a different language and experiencing different cultural dynamics in the classroom, but life outside of the classroom is different too.

Both inside and outside of the classroom, international students are met with the views of individuals with all different backgrounds. Being able to interact with such a wide variety of viewpoints gives you the chance to consider perspectives that you may not have been exposed to otherwise.

5. Receive World-Class Student Support

While moving to a new country can feel intimidating, international students often have access to outstanding student support from their host university. From academic and career needs to personal development, American colleges and universities strive to provide students with the resources and support they need throughout this stage of their lives.

PROGRAMSDURATIONFEECOST OF LIVING
BACHELORS4  YRS$15000 +USD 10,000+
MASTERS2 YRS$ 15000+USD 10,000+

Name of The Universites

RankingWorld RankUniversityPresence RankImpact RankOpenness RankExcellence Rank
1
1
Harvard University
1
2
1
1
2
2
Stanford University
5
3
2
3
3
3
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
2
1
4
10
4
4
University of California Berkeley
20
4
3
18
5
5
University of Washington
27
5
66
9
6
6
University of Michigan
13
9
10
8
7
8
(2) Johns Hopkins University
397
22
33
2
8
9
Columbia University New York
69
8
6
14
9
10
Cornell University
8
6
15
26
10
11
University of Pennsylvania
21
12
11
15
11
13
University of California Los Angeles UCLA
102
17
8
16
12
14
Yale University
61
10
14
23
13
15
University of Wisconsin Madison
12
15
26
37
14
16
University of California San Diego
64
27
5
21
15
17
University of Minnesota System
31
16
18
39
16
20
(2) Pennsylvania State University
69
11
37
51
17
21
Princeton University
40
7
16
90
18
22
University of Texas Austin
87
18
28
57
19
23
University of Chicago
4
21
23
60
20
24
New York University
146
24
30
42
21
25
Northwestern University
209
32
17
32
22
26
University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
72
31
25
47
23
28
University of Illinois Urbana Champaign
33
30
38
58
24
29
University of Southern California
69
25
19
64
25
30
University of Florida
54
29
31
62
26
31
Ohio State University
104
41
63
41
27
32
University of California Irvine
405
14
24
111
28
33
University of Maryland College Park
93
26
36
80
29
34
(2) California Institute of Technology Caltech
49
52
41
45
30
36
Purdue University
149
23
73
97
31
37
Carnegie Mellon University
150
20
34
141
32
38
Michigan State University
85
28
49
100
33
39
Washington University Saint Louis
218
44
29
66
34
40
University of Pittsburgh
160
48
52
56
35
44
University of Arizona
67
33
59
110
36
45
Rutgers The State University of New Jersey
152
38
47
87
37
45
Boston University
191
42
39
83
38
48
University of California San Francisco
418
88
22
29
39
49
University of Colorado Boulder
188
39
53
94
40
50
Arizona State University
105
36
35
118
41
55
Texas A&M University
182
43
56
116
42
56
Georgia Institute of Technology
225
58
45
79
43
58
University of Virginia
193
37
62
137
44
59
Vanderbilt University
280
68
48
71
45
61
University of Utah
202
50
71
113
46
65
University of California Santa Barbara
114
53
42
159
47
70
North Carolina State University
87
49
95
183
48
70
Brown University
495
57
75
151
49
74
University of Iowa
271
65
76
147
50
76
Indiana University Bloomington
395
40
110
221
51
77
Duke University
46
314
13
25
52
77
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
201
56
104
192
53
85
Tufts University
32
51
171
267
54
88
University of Rochester
499
82
108
188
55
89
City University of New York
155
59
122
259
56
91
Iowa State University
230
71
142
219
57
92
University of Massachusetts Amherst
288
72
101
227
58
94
University of Georgia
256
66
88
251
59
101
Oregon State University
197
63
140
278
60
102
University of Maryland Baltimore
1803
276
190
27
61
104
University of Delaware
577
45
105
361
62
107
University of Illinois Chicago
588
100
126
184
63
108
University at Buffalo
459
78
149
231
64
113
Colorado State University
581
60
136
294
65
115
Rice University
342
75
92
279
66
116
Florida State University
429
79
124
262
67
117
University of Nebraska Lincoln
78
64
213
310
68
120
University of Tennessee Knoxville
482
95
177
208
69
121
Dartmouth College
518
73
151
293
70
128
University of California Riverside
147
108
85
253
71
130
University of Miami
540
119
113
206
72
132
University of Kentucky
231
90
174
271
73
133
George Washington University
653
69
208
297
74
136
Temple University
793
101
148
239
75
137
University of Connecticut
426
107
120
242
76
138
University of California Santa Cruz
338
93
111
284
77
145
University of Kansas
490
118
212
222
78
146
University of South Florida
161
80
152
366
79
147
Georgetown University
524
61
158
399
80
148
Washington State University Pullman
462
74
186
352
81
150
University of Notre Dame
386
89
154
323
82
152
Case Western Reserve University
901
145
96
200
83
154
University of New Mexico
272
109
194
282
84
158
University of Missouri Columbia
448
94
141
346
85
168
University of Alabama Birmingham
1046
201
192
166
86
173
George Mason University
402
62
200
502
87
176
University of Cincinnati
1198
150
183
238
88
177
University of Houston
653
104
159
372
89
178
University of Oregon
219
84
173
466
90
182
Northeastern University
689
121
469
291
91
183
M D Anderson Cancer Center University of Texas
3113
390
69
109
92
190
Emory University
491
643
50
73
93
192
University of Colorado Denver
1355
347
156
136
94
195
University of Oklahoma
1012
143
313
296
95
198
Virginia Commonwealth University
929
149
237
306
96
200
Wayne State University
852
187
221
266
97
203
Stony Brook University
1023
270
89
219
98
210
Louisiana State University
670
114
265
414
99
216
University of Central Florida
590
136
205
409
100
230
Drexel University
886
132
291
408