RESOURCES

Student Visa Application

Citizens of other countries who want to attend schools in the United States must obtain a Certificate of Eligibility for Nonimmigrant Student Status (I-20) as well as a student visa. Completing the application forms for these required documents can often be a confusing experience.

For your peace of mind, a Study America international student Representative will assist you step-by-step through the application process, ensuring you enter the information correctly and completely.

Study America works with a variety of schools and visa options. Please contact us so we may help you choose the correct visa status. We can be contacted at info@StudyAmerica.org or by telephone at: 1 (800) 940-5431 / 1 (714) 646-4543

TOFEL Preparation

The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is the most popular English-language test in the world, according to Educational Testing Service (ETS), which administers the test. It is accepted by more than 9,000 learning institutions in more than 130 countries, and is a requirement for international students studying in the United States.

Successfully passing the TOEFL indicates that you have mastered the English language and are able to read, write, speak, and listen at the university level.

We offer a variety of tools to help you prepare to take the TOEFL. Study America offers a TOEFL preparation strategy that is custom-tailored to your level of English and identified areas of need.

Transfer Credit

Should you need to transfer credits from coursework you have already completed at a college or university in another country, Study America will assist you by working with your school of choice to complete your credit transfer.

Study America does not guarantee that transfer credit will be accepted by your school in the United States. That decision can only be made by the institution accepting the credits.

Housing

Whether you plan to live in a dormitory on-campus, in off-campus housing, or with a family, Study America will help you find suitable and affordable housing.

Transportation

Study America can provide transportation assistance, if requested.

Tutoring

Should you need help with your studies; Study America will assist you in finding a tutor who can work with you at your convenience.

Budget

If you do not know how much money you will need to spend on and off campus, a Study America international student Representative can help you plan an appropriate budget. Your Study America international student Representative can also help you understand the currency exchange.

USA Weather

Not sure what kind of weather to expect in the U.S.? Not sure what type of clothing you should bring with you for school? Contact your Study America international student Representative who can provide you with an up-to-date forecast.

Entertainment

Study America international student Representatives are available to help you become immersed in local culture. Your Study America international student Representative can help arrange visits to local points of interest, including museums, parks and theaters.

 

American Life

Study America's partner institutions are located in the most exciting cities in the United States. From Los Angeles to New York, to Houston to Washington, D.C., each location offers the opportunity for unique cultural immersion and international experience.

To enhance your learning experience, there are plenty of opportunities to immerse yourself in the English language and to become accustomed to American culture outside of your classes. Study America's cultural immersion program complements your academic experience by exposing you to the unique business, entertainment, and cultural experiences the city has to offer.

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