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Why do students from around the world choose to study here? Studying in the United States allows students to experience the diverse American culture. Studying abroad in the USA will offer a competitive edge once you enter the job market. Interacting with a diverse range of people while studying in the USA will enhance your ability to interact with people from other cultures and analyse issues with a global perspective. Employees who speak multiple languages, have international experiences and are able to quickly adapt to new professional environments are in high demand. Companies will see you as a candidate with an international mindset and a problem solver. It’s hardly a secret that top universities in the U.S. continue to maintain a strong presence among the best ranked education institutions in the world. Partially this has to do with how well-funded and supported American universities are, but it also has to do with the high academic standards and rigorous requirements that they instil in their students. At universities like MIT, Harvard students can join or initiate research projects for academic credit pay, and their work is often published, leads to patent applications, or contributes to ambitious start-up companies. Other universities, like UCLA, have over 350 research labs, while at Yale University, you can get involved in fields like neuroscience, black hole studies, and climate change research. Even undergraduates have the opportunity to attend Bachelors that involve research.   Universities in the United States offer internship programs as a way to kickstart your professional career. Many students obtain internships during their college years to take advantage of hands-on experience and get access to better-paying jobs after graduation. Whether you want to return to your home country after graduation or remain in the United States to work full time, your U.S. education will undoubtedly be the starting point for a successful career. Moreover, there is some effort to allow international students the ability to stay in the U.S. after they graduate, so that they can attempt to pursue a wonderful career at some of the world’s biggest companies. In 2016, a massive effort was taken to allow graduates from STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) to stay for 24 months to get work experience and extend their stay. With this opportunity, you have the chance to look for work in fields that are always seeking ambitious and hard-working students; and with this extension, you can stay in the U.S. to find your footing at some of the biggest companies.

University list

  • University of Michigan Flint
  • Montana State University
  • Wichita State University
  • South East State Missouri State University

  • Arcadia University
  • Arkansas State University 
  • Buena vista University
  • Campbellsville University
  • Indiana State University
  • Fairmont State University
  • High Point University 
  • Northern Kentucky University
  • Post University
  • Robert Morris University
  • Tiffin University
  • University of Charleston
  • University of New Haven 
  • University of North Dakota
  • Upper Iowa University
  • Wilkes University
  • University of South Florida
  • Becker College 
  • Florida Southern College
  • Ivy Bridge College
  • Louisiana College
  • Midland Lutheran college 
  • Penn Foster College
  • St. Andrews Presbyterian college
  • Western New England College
  • Westminster College

USA embassy in Bangladesh

Address: Madani Avenue, Baridhara, Dhaka - 1212, Bangladesh
Phone: (880) (2) 5566-2000 
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