What is the Epro 360 Master's Program in the U.S.?
Epro 360 helps you make your dream to pursue a master’s degree in the U.S. a financial reality. If you have thought that studying in the U.S. is impossible because of the high costs and requirements, complex application process, etc., Stop! Epro 360 will walk you through the entire process and will make it super simple. To achieve your dream to study in the U.S., Epro 360 will analyze your educational and personal goals and offer you a list of the most suitable universities for you. Many U.S. universities also offer academic scholarships to students who meet certain requirements. Please visit the Scholarships section for further details and to see an example of an academic scholarship offered by a U.S. university. Click here to see a list of Master’s degrees offered by U.S. universities Epro 360 can connect you with. If you would like to obtain more information about our program of academic scholarships for Master’s degrees in the U.S., or would like a free consultation with one of our experts, please complete the following application form.
In addition to the general benefits of studying in the U.S., obtaining a master’s degree in the U.S. will give you the additional benefits:
Boosting your career possibilities in the short and long term
Honestly, we can hardly think of a less time consuming way with such a high return on investment to boost your career opportunities, than obtaining a master's degree in the U.S. as an international student. A master’s degree will not only set you apart from the many undergraduates, it will also help you dive deep into a specific topic that you always wanted to explore further. Also, studying in the U.S. during your master will make you proficient in English and will open you job opportunities all over the world. Some master’s degrees only take one year and cost less than $20,000 (tuition, room, and board included) for our students!
Working on campus and getting the best compensation among all international students
Many universities in the U.S. offer jobs on campus, which are often takes on by international students as a way to make extra money and finance their studies. International students can work up to 20 hours per week. These job positions allow international students to taste different work environments, for instance working in a on-campus TV-Studio, being a tutor for other students, or even experience the work in university admissions as a campus tour guide, or university ambassador. This may help you to learn about yourself and could open many professional doors after your graduation. On top of that, international students completing a master’s degree often receive a higher compensation than those completing an undergraduate degree or ESL program.
The fastest and cheapest way to get a U.S. working visa
The OPT stands for “Optional Practical Training” and is the working visa that any international student can obtain after obtaining an graduate degree. The duration of this visa varies, but the minimum length of time you will be allowed to work in the U.S. will be 12 months. During these 12 months, international students will be able to apply for any job in the U.S. that they desire. This is an excellent opportunity to add tremendous value to your professional experience, as well as to start recovering the investment you made for your graduate degree, if any.
If you would like to obtain more information about our program of academic scholarships for Master's degrees in the U.S., or would like a free consultation with one of our team members, please complete the following application form.