The United States has an abundance of opportunities for higher education, with a multitude of academic programs and prestigious institutions that offer unparalleled flexibility. The majority of American universities have a fall intake, but some also offer spring, summer, and winter intakes. In order to study in the U.S., students must be accepted and approved by the university, institution, college, or program of their choice. Once accepted, students can apply for a study visa. There are a number of entry requirements for the visa application process, including academic requirements (such as original documents, high school transcripts, and bachelor’s degree certificates), language requirements, letters of recommendation, CVs, statements of purpose, evidence of funds, medical exams, overseas student health cover, photos, valid passports, and more. Additionally, the vast majority of candidates will need to attend an interview as part of their visa application.