WORK AND STUDY IN THE USA

Students who want to work in full-time, off-campus employment, must participate in a Curricular Practical Training (CPT) or Internship option. The purpose of Curricular Practical Training (CPT) is to integrate real-life employment training with a students education. These programs are available on graduate level MBA degree, and any undergraduate studies can enroll into MBA.

During the studies, student can work as an intern and earn some money. Usually these Universities have career service centers, where it helps students to build and prepare for intern job interviews.
Qualified students need to be proficient in English academically and professionally, in order to fully engage in work and study program. CPT is authorized by the U.S. Homeland Security Department for F-1 international students and is equivalent to the CPT option for U.S. students. F-1 students wishing to participate in an off-campus training opportunity must enroll in a program or course that is an integral part of an established curriculum".   CPT must be an integral part of a program or a course of study.

Admission documents required for the program:

  • Passport

  • Transcript and Bachelor’s diploma

  • IELTS OR TOEFL score

  • Recommendation letter /2/

  • Essay

  • CV

  • Bank statement