Five Quick Points About the U.S.:

World’s #1 destination for international students

Over 4,000 accredited colleges and universities

Largest economy in world according to nominal GDP

Third-largest country in world in terms of size and population

Diversity and Multicultural

Why choose American Schools?

The U.S. has the world’s largest population of international students: there are now more than one million foreign students enrolled in US higher education institutions
  • Over 4,000 accredited colleges and universities in the US.
  • Educational Institutions with the highest quality in the world, many with cutting-edge technological resources.
  • The US Is a Creative, Innovative Nation.
  • The US Is Diverse and Multicultural.
  • The US Offers an Array of Education Institutions: some are broadly focused, some are employment-focused, some are niche (e.g., arts, social sciences, technical).
  • Financial Aids available for qualified students, which’s based on school, grades, overall GPA each semester.
  • Some international students are eligible to work part time while studying.

Tuition Fees

Tuition Fees in United States varies, based on the school type you’re attending, wither you would like to study Bachelor, Master or PhD, Study cost will be based on your choice as well.
You can decide on the approximate prices listed below, per year

Study Level

USD Per Year

SR Per Year

Associate Degree 5000 – 15,000 USD 18750 – 56,250 SR
Bachelor’s Degree 15,000 – 65,000 USD 56,250 – 243,750 SR
Master’s Degree 17,000 – 65,000 USD 36,750 – 243,750 SR
PhD 28,000 – 50,000 USD 105,000 – 187,500 SR

Living Expenses

Living Expenses various based on the city where you will study, As there’s an expensive and cheap cities, also It will be mainly based on your Financial Management

Expense category

USD Per Month

SR Per Month

Student accommodation 600 – 3000 USD 2250 – 11,250 SR
Homestay 850 – 1200 USD 3182 – 4500 SR
Transport/Monthly Pass 45 – 100 USD 169 – 375 SR
McDonald’s combo meal 7 – 28 USD 27 – 105 SR
Simple meal in a foodcourt 13 USD 48 SR
A pair of jeans (Levi’s 501 or similar) 42 USD 158 SR
Phone Sim Card 30 – 55 USD 113 – 207 SR