What You Need to Know to Study in the U.S.
May 23, 2018
Are you planning to study in the U.S. from another country? We’ve compiled some helpful resources and tips below.
Visa Information for Students Coming to the U.S.
In order to study in the U.S., you’ll need to apply for a visa. There are several types of visas depending on what type of school you’ll be attending and if you have a sponsor. Learn about the different types of visas, and select the right one for you.
Making It Happen: Preparing for Your Study Abroad Experience
Before you embark on your journey, you’ll want to do your research and prepare as much as possible for your move. Visit the U.S. State Department website and learn about Your 5 Steps to U.S. Study. You can also learn on this site how to get ready for your trip.
Health Coverage for International Students
Once you select a school and secure your visa, you will have to consider how you will be covered for health insurance, as healthcare in the U.S. can be very expensive. Some schools and universities in the U.S. mandate that you take their health coverage. Others, however, allow you to select your own plan.
If you're looking for a trusted student health insurance plan that meets the requirements for most U.S. schools, check out Study USA-HealthCare, offering four plan levels to meet the diverse needs of international students. Thousands of international students across the U.S. rely on Study USA-HealthCare from Travel Insurance Services to provide coverage during their studies. You can enroll online and receive your waiver forms the next day.
Enroll now or call 1-800-937-1387 for more information.
(Are you a U.S. student planning to study abroad? Study USA-HealthCare is for you, too! Learn about the plan and benefits, and secure your health insurance today.)