Study in the
Why Study in USA?
The United States of America (USA) hosts the most number of international students in the world, at around 1 million international students. Top quality education, well designed curriculum, multicultural environment and abundant career opportunities make the US one of the most popular study abroad destination.
Some of our partners
Home to diverse ethnicities and almost half of the top ranked universities around the world, choosing to study in the USA presents you a great opportunity of growing academically, culturally and socially. Drasco represents accredited and highly respected universities all over the United States.
F-1 Student Visa Process
Get Accepted by a SEVP Institution
After applying and getting accepted into the school you want to attend. Get your admission documents from a SEVP-certified institution before submitting your visa application. When you are accepted, you will receive your Form I-20 form from your university, which you will need to apply for your F-1 visa.
Complete Your DS-160 Application
After receiving your Form I-20, proceed to pay your SEVIS I-901 fee. After fulfilling this proceed to complete your DS-160 and pay you application fee. Your DS-160 is your visa application. All prospective international students must complete a DS-160 to receive an F-1 visa.
Schedule and prepare for your Visa Interview
After filing the DS-160 form and paying the fees, you will need to schedule your interview. The interview is a mandatory step before you get your student visa. Try to schedule it as early as possible, since there might be delays due to the heavy workload of the US Embassy.
Attend Your Visa Interview
During your visa interview, the US consulate or embassy confirms that you are going to the US to study as a legitimate, serious student. You must prove you have the funds to cover your time studying in the United States, and prove that you plan on returning home after your studies abroad are complete.