The WorldGrad, an overseas education platform, has recently launched the All-American Graduate Programme for students who aspire to study in the United States of America (USA). The programme aims to facilitate students in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) and Non-STEM master’s and MBA programmes in the USA, according to an official statement.
With this initiative, students can start the programme from home and study up to nine credits before moving to on-campus studies in the US at one of The WorldGrad’s partner universities for the remaining 24-30 credits. Students studying on-campus qualify for OPT of up to three years. The company has partnered with universities in the USA including Trine University, Fisher College, Boston, and Tiffin University.
The programme claims to offer multiple advantages to students, including savings on tuition fees and living costs by completing a part of the degree from home. In addition, The WorldGrad also claims to provide the option of paying for the online component through EMIs of under Rs 40,000 per month. The average cost of the degree is $ 17,000.
The WorldGrad offers programs with overseas universities that allow students to complete up to 1 year of their international degree from home and progress overseas for the rest of the program. It empowers global institutions to strengthen international student enrollments. The courses completed online are recognised for transfer or articulation at the overseas campus of the partner institution.
The platform supports institutions on a variety of areas, customised to their requirements, like develop high-quality online content customised for international students, provide high quality 1-1 online academic and non-academic support to ensure student success and outcomes, and support the process of transferring students to on-campus program with RPL or credit transfers.