Which course is suitble in USA for a person who complete 12th class in India in commerce and what is the %n required and the fee/years

0 49 Views | Posted 2011-09-17 22:53:26
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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    2011-12-28 15:16:55
    US, is one of the finest study destination to pursue undergraduate degree, there are many good universities in US, which offers undergraduate degree in various fields such as:
    Hospitality and many more fields.
    To pursue undergraduate degree from US, you need to have:
    Good academic record, preferably 60% plus in 12th.
    Relevant 12th degree from recognized education board.
    TOEFL score of 85-90 plus.
    SAT score of 1600-1700 plus.
    Universities in US have 2 admission intakes in a year namely:
    Fall(August) intake.
    Spring(January) intake.
    An average tuition fee at US universities is around US$ 30,000 per year. the tuition fee an
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    Ankit | Contributor-Level 10

    2011-09-18 00:21:56
    First of all to Study in USA for Undergraduate Studies you Must have Very Strong Financial back Ground good property And a good bank balance During VISA they Check all the these things. to do any Undergraduate Course in US Cost more than 25 - 30 lakhs.

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