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In USA you can apply for Optional Practical Training (OPT) under which you can do job for one year or three years (For STEM subjects).
For USA universities, once you get the admission the university will ask you to provide the financial statement in order to issue I-20. That will be sufficient to show for getting I-20. However, during visa application process, the interviewer may want more money in the bank. So to be on the safe side, please show as much as possible.
Regarding the cost, it varies from state to state. In some states, tuition fee and living cost are lower compared to NY/NJ states. If you want to pursue on self-pay, please consider Tuition fee, living cost, and public transport. And you can email to graduate coordinator to give you an estimate for the cost.
I’m a graduate in Computer Science, which test is the right one for me (GRE/GMAT/IELTS )?for higher studies in the USA or Canada
For USA GRE+TOEFL, few universities also accept IELTS.
In Canada, it is sufficient to have IELTS/ TOEFL score for most of the programs. Some program, however, requires a GRE score and for some, it is optional. If you already have a GRE, mention it in your application.
No agency can issue you USA visa. You must need to go to USA embassy for the interview. If any agent asked you to help, please deny that. You can find all the information online. And also, you can apply by yourself. However, if you need any assistance you can contact with Saimon Center. I believe they are the only approved agent by the US embassy.
There is no definite answer for that. It depends on many factors including which subject you are going to study, which universities are you targeting, which field of research etc. Some other factors that might affect your decision
1. The city you are going to live
2. There are many high ranked universities in the USA but again so are in Canada
3. Size of the industry you are targeting
5. Opportunity for funding/ part time job
6. Immigration is much easier in Canada
First of all, tuition at many public colleges and universities is about $5000-$6000 per year. You only get up to those higher figures if you are going to a private school or are adding in room and board and textbooks.
There are a couple of reasons why it is so expensive. The biggest reason is because it costs money to provide education. One of the largest chunks of a college’s budget is health insurance and benefits for its employees. As you know, in the US, employers are responsible for a part of the insurance and insurance costs in the US are very high. Also, many US colleges have dorms and students live on campus. This adds to the cost. I would also point out that colleges and universities are not highly-subsidized in the US. While they do receive some state and local funding, they also rely on tuition for a part of their revenue. We tend to like to offer financial aid on a per student basis rather than subsidizing the whole college.