Studying in the USA
Taking your English Proficiency TestInternational students must demonstrate adequate skills in spoken and written English before they can be admitted to U.S.A. colleges and universities. English language proficiency is also required before a college or university will issue Certificate of Eligibility for Nonimmigrant (F-1) Student Status (Form I-20), which is required before an international student can apply for an F-1 visa. Learn More
College Admissions in the United StatesThe college admission process for international students who want to pursue a postsecondary education at a U.S.A. college or university is similar to the process for U.S.A. students. But, international students must also demonstrate English language proficiency and ability to pay.
Scholarships and Financial AidScholarships and financial aid for international students in the U.S. is limited. However, the colleges and universities that participate in the Cappex American Scholarships have agreed to provide scholarships to international students who apply for admission through the Cappex Application, are accepted and enroll at the college or university. These scholarships function as a discount on tuition and fees. Learn More
Obtaining a Student VisaApplying for a student visa to study in the U.S.A. is a process involving several steps. International students must find the right colleges, prove that they have enough money to pay for college costs, demonstrate English language proficiency, get accepted by one or more colleges, accept the offer of admission from one of these colleges, obtain a Form I-20 from this college and apply for a visa. Learn More
Coming to the United StatesBefore you depart for the U.S.A., some advance preparation can save you money and avoid problems. Planning for travel to the U.S.A. should begin several months before you board an airplane flight to the U.S.A. Learn More