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Wednesday, May 29, 2013

   Harvard University is one of the greatest university on this earth. It has a totally pure environment and having a lot of pure and most of the world famous teaching faculty which is the heaven for ahigh ambitious student who want to make his/her career by a greatest university. Harvard University is devoted to excellence in teaching, learning, and research, and to developing leaders in many disciplines who make a difference globally. Harvard faculty are engaged with teaching and research to push the boundaries of human knowledge.
For students who are excited to investigate the biggest issues of the 21st century, Harvard offers an unparalleled student experience and a generous financial aid program, with over $160 million awarded to more than 60% of there undergraduate students. The University has twelve degree-granting Schools in addition to the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, offering a truly global education.
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Introduce to Harvard Universtiy :-
Welcome  to the Harvard University. In below we are giving you some basic information about University of Oxford . and after that we will give you the full info about Harvard University which all of you want …………..

­     The latin name of Harvard University is “ Universitas Harvardiana ”
­     The motto of Harvard University is “ Truth ”
­     Harvard University established in 1636
­     It’s a private university
­     Its Endowment is US$32 billion (2011)
­     The name of the president of the Harvard University is “ Drew Gilpin Faust ”
­     There have a 2,107 stuff
­     Harvard University have 21,225 students including 7,181 Undergraduates , and 14,044 are Postgraduates
­     Harvard University is situated at Cambridge , Massa            chusetts U.S
­     Harvard University have a Newspaper name is “ The Harvard Crimson ”

Admission at Harvard University :-
There has never been a more exciting time to be at Harvard. Founded in 1636, America's first college has been transformed in recent years by new initiatives that have greatly enhanced the undergraduate experience. Today's students come from all over the nation and the world to attend an extraordinary institution that combines many aspects of a small residential college with the resources of an unparalleled research university. We hope that as you plan your academic future, you will take time to look closely at the special opportunities Harvard has to offer.
            Harvard Business School:-
The application deadlines for the MBA Class of 2015 are:
MON, 24 SEP 2012
WED, 12 DEC 2012
MON, 07 JAN 2013
WED, 27 MAR 2013
MON, 08 APR 2013
WED, 15 MAY 2013

When Should you Apply :-
To avoid overwhelming server traffic generated by the high volume of applications they receive, candidates are encouraged to submit their application as early as possible prior to the deadline of each round.
The comitte of Harvard encourage applicants to apply in the first or second round, as space in the class may be limited by the third round. In addition, applying in the earlier rounds will give candidates more time to address the following:

v     International candidates needing visas will find that applying in Round 3 makes the timing of their visa application stressful.
v     International candidates admitted in Rounds 1 and 2 find that it's helpful to have the additional time to work on English proficiency.
v     Some candidates may be required to complete preliminary course work prior to their enrollment.
v     Many deadlines for outside (non-Harvard Business School) fellowships are in early spring. Only students who have been accepted are eligible for these fellowships
v     Financial aid is available regardless of when students are admitted. However, since admitted students may apply for financial aid only after they are admitted Round 3 admits have less time to prepare their application.
v     Harvard Business School residence halls and Harvard University-affiliated apartments are assigned by lottery. Deadlines for both of these housing options precede Round 3 notification, and you must be admitted to HBS before you can enter these lotteries.

Requirements for Application at Harvard :-
To apply to Harvard Business School, the admission bench ask you to assemble and prepare a variety of materials that will help us assess your qualifications. Remember, all materials must be submitted to HBS online by the application deadlines. The following serves as a preview of what you need to prepare.

The application for admission consists of the following:


­     Candidates must have the equivalent of a U.S. bachelor's degree from an accredited institution is required (unless applying through the 2+2 program — please see information for college seniors). Degrees from international universities offering three-year baccalaureate degrees are valid equivalents.

­     Harvard require uploaded transcripts from all undergraduate and graduate academic institutions that you have attended (full- or part-time).

­     You may upload an "unofficial" or student copy of your transcript; however, they will request an official copy for verification purposes should you be admitted to HBS.
When the Admissions Board looks at your transcripts, they are looking at the whole picture — not just your GPA. They take into account where you went to school, the courses that you took and your performance. They  understand the structures of different grading systems worldwide. There is no minimum GPA to apply, although our students usually have strong undergraduate records. Undergraduate academics are just one factor the Admissions Board uses to evaluate a candidate.


v     The GMAT or GRE is required in order to submit an application.

v     When submitting your application, you may report the unofficial GMAT or GRE score given on the day of the test, or your official score if you have received it. Every applicant must request that Pearson (for the GMAT) or ETS (for the GRE) send an official score report directly to HBS.

v     They  require you to complete the AWA portion of the exam; however, you do not need the results in order to submit your application.

v     If you take the GMAT on or after June 5, 2012, we also require you to complete the Integrated Reasoning portion of the GMAT.

v     Please be advised that in order to apply for admission in Fall 2013, scores must be dated January 1, 2008, or more recently.

There is no minimum GMAT or GRE to apply and they do not have a bias toward one test or the other. If you look at there class profile, you can see that they have a wide range of GMAT scores in the current first year class. If you do test multiple times, they may report your best score, and they will only look at the scores from the single test sitting you report in your application.

TOEFL/IELTS/Pearson Test of English:-
Þ    A TOEFL, IELTS or Pearson Test of English (PTE) is required if you did not attend an undergraduate institution where the sole language of instruction is English.
Þ    If you completed a graduate degree which was taught in English, it is recommended you submit one of these tests, but it is not required.
Þ    Scores from ALL of these tests are valid for two years. These tests must be dated January 1, 2011 or more recently to be valid.
Þ    HBS only accepts the Internet-based (IBT) version of the TOEFL.

HBS does not have a minimum test score to apply, however, the MBA Admissions Board discourages any candidate with a TOEFL score lower than 109 on the IBT, an IELTS score lower than 7.5, or a PTE score lower than 75 from applying.

Þ    You will need to have three recommendations submitted online by the application deadlines (2 recommendations are required for 2+2 candidates).
Þ    Recommenders will be asked to fill out a personal qualities and skills grid and answer our four additional questions (see below).
Þ    It is the applicant's responsibility to ensure that all recommendations are submitted online by the deadline date for the round in which the applicant is applying.

There  general advice is that at least two out of three recommendations should come from your professional life. You can have three professional recommendations if that is appropriate given your situation. Ideally one of those should come from a current or recent supervisor, but they are know that is not always possible. Use your best judgment on who you decide to ask - there is no set formula for who should be your recommenders. Look at the questions admission board are asking recommenders to complete. Find people who know you well enough to answer them! This should take priority over level of seniority or HBS alumni status.

            Additional Materials:-
Þ    Current resume
Þ    Signed Acceptance of HBS Admissions Policies
Þ    Nonrefundable application fee (credit card only) of $250 (USD)* - this fee cannot be waived
*Applicants to there 2+2 Program need only two recommendations and the application fee is $100.

International Applicants:-
HBS welcomes students from around the globe. The admissions criteria applied in evaluating international applicants are the same as those for U.S. citizens. All application materials, including transcripts and recommendations, must be submitted online and in English.
Academic Requirements:-
An international applicant is required to hold a college or university degree equivalent to a four-year American baccalaureate degree. All post-secondary educational institutions you have attended and received a degree from, including technical and professional schools, should be listed on the application form. The complete, formal names of the institutions and the title of any diploma or degree earned must be used.
When providing uploaded transcripts for the application, all course names must be translated into English before submission. An unofficial translation is acceptable in your initial written application. However, if admitted to Harvard Business School, you will be required to provide an official original language paper transcript sent directly from each college or university attended to World Education Services (WES), a third-party verification agency, along with an official word-for-word English translation of that transcript. The School reserves the right to withdraw any offer of admission if there is a discrepancy between the uploaded unofficial translation and the official original language transcript and/or the official translation.
            TOEFL, IELTS, or Pearson Test of English (PTE):-
The HBS MBA Program is built upon an immersive learning experience that encourages public speaking, group discussions, and active class participation. To succeed, students must possess a highly developed proficiency in written and oral English.
Þ    All candidates who received their bachelor's degree and any graduate degrees from a university or universities where English is NOT the sole language of instruction are required to take an English language test.
Þ    Candidates who received a bachelor's degree from a university where English is NOT the sole language of instruction but received a Master's or Ph.D. degree from a university program where English was the sole language of instruction are also strongly advised, though not required, to submit TOEFL iBT, IELTS or PTE scores as part of their initial written application process.
Þ    HBS accepts three English language tests: the Internet-based version (only) of the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL iBT); the International English Language Testing System (IELTS); or the Pearson Test of English (PTE).
Þ    Scores from tests taken before January 1, 2011 will not be accepted.
Þ    The MBA Admissions Board discourages any candidate with a TOEFL score lower than 109 on the iBT, an IELTS score lower than 7.5, or a PTE score lower than 75 from applying.
Those candidates required to take an English language test must have received at least their unofficial scores prior to submitting their application. Both overall and component test scores must be reported on the application form.
All applicants must request that ETS (for the TOEFL), IELTS, or Pearson (for the PTE) send official copies of their scores to HBS. Please note that the HBS code for the TOEFL is 3444. For IELTS and PTE please follow instructions provided by IELTS and PTE.
To obtain information about these tests, visit: or

   Oxford University the dreamy university of this planet. Its just not a university It’s a lifetime dream of a student for his whole life.this is the one of great university of the world which can change your life fully and with a great promising future.
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Introduce to Oxford :-  
Welcome to university of dream, the University of Oxford. In below we are giving you some basic information about University of Oxford .

Sunday, May 26, 2013

   Welcome to study in USA !!!
In this post we are include the importance of study abroad in USA , universities of USA, admission information ,  cost of education and living , Scholarships and many of others.
The United states of America is the land of dreams, multicultural society, freedom, luxury. The higher education in USA is among one of the best in the world and it attracts highest number of international students from all over the globe.  It has one of the best research institutes, universities, institutions, organizations and great atmosphere for innovation that makes it a number one destination for higher studies. It constitutes about 10% of the student population in the US graduate colleges and universities and is a $ 13 billion educational industry. The study in US offers international students a wide choice of options to select from, high success rate of job employability, great infrastructure, high quality teaching standards, good transport facility, international airport connectivity and affordability. The USA has one of the top ranking universities of the world namely The Harvard, The Stanford, University of Pennsylvania (Wharton),Princeton, Northwestern University (Kellogg),Northwestern University (Kellogg), Columbia University (NY), Yale University and the list goes on. Here you will find a List of Top and Best Universities in USA, Study abroad options, Scholarships, Colleges, Programs, Courses, Institutes for studying MBA, Business Management, Engineering, Hotel management, Arts & Design, Films & Media, Science & Technology, Animation, Computers & IT and many more programs for studies in USA. You will also find why study in USA, the eligibility and admission procedure for study in USA, cost of tuition and living, student visa requirements, scholarships available from different  American Universities and Government and list of Top Universities in USA for studies in USA.

Study Abroad Proggrammes in USA :
Welcome to Study Abroad Programs in USA, Masters, Graduate, Undergraduate, after 12th, Summer Programs, MBA, MS, Engineering, Medical, Law, Architecture, Design Programs in for International Students in top Universities in USA. Here you will find about Study Abroad Programs in USA, Masters, Graduate, Summer Programs in USA. Some of the Study Abroad Programs in USA are offered for international students

Admission Requirements :
Compared to other countries, admission procedures of US universities, schools, colleges and institutes are highly competitive for international students. The procedure is even more competitive in the top educational institutes. To earn admission in the top and high-ranking schools in USA you must have good grades, adequate financial support either by achieving scholarships or merit based financial aids, completed challenging coursework, and good command over the English language. 
The academic requirements are as under:
  • For undergraduate programs a student should have completed 10 + 2.
  • For Graduate programs the students must have completed 16 years of education i.e. 10+2+4.
  • Some institutes accept 15 years of formal education into their Bridge or Masters program.
  • The student must have good scores in entrance exams like SAT, GRE, GMAT, etc….
  • The language proficiency test scores should be --TOEFL score of 90 and above for Postgraduate and 80 above for Undergraduate studies. IELTS score of 6 and above for Undergraduates and 6.5 and above for Postgraduates studies.
  • Strong recommendation letters and Certificate of achievement and extra curricular activity participation proof.
  • The statement of purpose i.e. the personal essay should be such that it stands out amongst the lot of students letter.
These eligibility parameters are what institutes in USA consider before admitting a student in a course

Application process:-
Standard applications
It is normal procedure for international students to apply directly to their chosen institution. Applications can usually be accessed via the institution website. Typical applications require:
• Personal details
• Subject/ major/ course choices
• Education details (for example high school name, address and qualifications)
• Standardised test details
• Work experience (if applicable)
Materials usually required by institutions to accompany the application include:
• An application fee
• High school transcript or mark sheets.
• An essay or a statement of purpose(sometimes referred to as a personal statement this is a summary of why a students has chosen USA a country for further education and also reason for the course and institute selected. This is a very important document,)
• Original or certified academic documents demonstrating previous qualifications and grades 
(high school transcripts and/or predicted or actual examination results) — if documents are not in English, translations may be required
• Proof of English proficiency if not an English speaker (TOEFL, IELTS)
• Financial documents for visa purposes — financial information forms and bank statements/ sponsor letter proving you can pay for your education
• Two reference letters — an academic reference from one or two current teachers, plus most want a reference from a counsellor or school official
• Copy of passport

Additional materials may also be required. The above information is a guideline. Students should contact their chosen institutions for further information.

The Common Application
An alternate application method is the Common Application. The Common Application is a non-profit organisation, which provides an admission service for students. Students can apply to any of the 346 Common Application institution members using the same form. 

Scholarships in USA :
The Scholarships in USA & the financial aid-fee waivers that are awarded to International Students are merit / need based. A candidate with strong academics, good performance on standardized exams & extra curricular achievements would be eligible for scholarship awards or any financial assistance. To benefit from these opportunities, one has to make sure to send all the required documents by particular deadlines. In addition to this, the presentation of the application package is also important because one is judged by the image one projects. There are various types of Scholarships:
  • Fellowship/ Scholarship: This is usually offered on the student's ability, competence & performance.
  • Graduate Assistantship: Generally it may involve a teaching or research assistantship. Student who receive aid, do so in the form of assistantship i.e. cash stipend or a tuition fee waiver or reduced tuition fee.
  • Sports Scholarship: Though seldom offered to international students, athletic or sports scholarships are available in a wide range to outstanding and talented athletes. 
Cost of Study in USA, Living Costs, Tuition Fees For Studying in USA:

Tuition fees:-
The tuition fees for studying at US institutions vary widely between the states, the different types of institutions and the course of study. Tuition fees will be the greatest expense to consider when studying in the states and it may affect the choice of institution. These are approximate figures”

Community colleges $5,000 per year
Colleges $11,000 per year
Universities $15,000 per year

Living costs and rent will vary depending on the type of accommodation the student opts for.
Dormitories cost approximately $3,500– $6,000 per semester depending on whether they offer meals 
Living with a host family costs $400–$700 per month depending on whether meals are supplied.
Campus apartments cost around $400 per month for a shared room with a shared bathroom and $800 per month for a single private room.

Student Visa USA, Requirements for Study in USA: Application Form, Process Procedure for Study in USA Visa-
Student’s applying to a full time course of more than 18 hours per week will require a student visa. The US Government advises these students to apply for their visa as soon as possible. 
1.The student must apply to an institution approved by the US Citizenship and Immigration Service. 
Once this institution decides an application is complete and academically eligible the student will be sent a SEVIS document.
2. After the student receives the I-20 or D-2019 form from their institution it is time to arrange an interview with their nearest US Embassy or Consulate.
3. Then is the Personal Interview:
Students must provide a completed DS-156 and DS-158 form. Some students may be required to complete a DS-157 form. Students who are bringing their children will be required to fill out a separate form. A valid passport with at least six months validity, one passport sized photograph as well as the non-refundable application fee. 
Student visa type often determines whether healthcare insurance is compulsory for students. 
• By law, students studying on a J-1 visa are required to purchase a healthcare policy
• Students studying on an F-1 visa are not required to purchase a policy by law. However some colleges may still deem it compulsory. Either way, healthcare insurance is strongly advised.
Upon submitting the application candidates are also required to submit a copy of their passport. Original passports would only be required for authentication. The embassy has the reserve right for asking any other authentication. Incomplete applications would not be accepted. Visa processing depends upon the nationality of the candidate. All regulations consular fees or services are subject to change without any prior notice.
Dear visitor here is the full package about Study in USA. Now go USA and make your career shine.
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