Educations Costs

Education and Living Costs in the U.S.

The cost of education, depending on the field of study, place, and quality of the university, varies significantly.

To have an accurate estimate of the costs, you can consult with our advisers who can help you after conducting an interview and receiving the preliminary information. The following table shows the range of costs related to each degree.

Degrees Costs, In U.S. Dollar / Per Year
1 Associate $12000 to $15000
2 BA/BS/BBA/BEng $14000 to $20000
3 MA/MS/MEng $15000 to $22000
4 MBA/DBA $25000 to $30000
5 PhD/EH.D/D.Sc $15000 to $22000
6 Medicine and Dentistry (postgraduate) $35000 to $50000
7 Pharmacology (postgraduate) $35000 to $50000
8 Veterinary Medicine (postgraduate) $25000 to $50000
Expenses costs In U.S. Dollars / Per Year
1 Books and other academic resources $1500-$2500
2 Rent and student accommodation $7000 to $15000
3 Food $2000 to $3000
4 Transportation $600
5 Student Health Insurance $300 to $500
6 Average annual cost of a standard life $12000

Financial Help

Many U.S. schools and universities provide limited financial aid for global students through their financial assistance offices. Generally, however, there is far less money available for undergraduate research in the United States than there is for study. Institutions reduce or can sometimes dismiss the costs of tuition. You should request information when you ask for an application form. On occasion, it may be possible for you to participate in an official exchange between your home institution and the institution you would like to attend the United States. You may get more information on these exchanges by contacting the global student offices at the U.S. institution or by telephoning the corresponding office in your institution. It is possible for this sort of person-for-person market to cut back costs.


There are many resources for international students hoping to study in the US, scholarships can be a great help in financing your education. Whether you are the first year, an existing student going on to graduate school, or simply returning to college for a new year, you may find a program that will be suitable for you. We encourage you to research online as there are many free services that will help you to see if you qualify. However, it’s important to note that most universities require to you apply for admission first in order to complete your request for a scholarship

Can international students get a student loan?

Federal student loans are popular with US students studying in the US, but they are not available to international students.

Can International Students use Cosigner to apply for a loan?

Yes, most international students applying for loans must have a US cosigner in order to apply. A cosigner is legally obligated to repay the loan if the student fails to pay. The cosigner must be a permanent US resident or Citizen with good credit who has lived in the US for the past two years.

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