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Washington DC

Total Universities


Total GDP

$23 Trillion

National Currency

US Dollars

Total Population

333 Mn

International Students


Language Spoken


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The eligibility criteria differs for each university. While most top universities seek for a 4-year under-graduate study, it is not impossible to find individual universities (including good ones) that may accept three-year.
Students may face the limitation of fulfilling 9-month enrolment criteria for companies while enrolling in the spring term. Hence, better internship opportunities are likely to be found in Fall.
A few of the many ways include networking, volunteering and by approaching a university's career center. Don’t forget to take pro tips from seniors.
You can apply for OPT in cases where you work part-time for a CPT for less than 12 months. It must be noted that you lose your eligibility for an OPT if you work full time for CPT for 12 months or more.
 It is necessary to receive an Employment authorization document before leaving. It is not possible to be readmitted after coming back.
A valid passport, valid EAD card, valid F-1 visa, letter of employment with dates and salary details, and all I-20s with page 3 endorsed to travel by the student's international student advisor in the last past 6 months.
Special extension of the OPT program for an additional 24 months can be granted to students employed by companies under the E-Verify program and studying subjects from the following: Computer Science Applications, Actuarial Science, Engineering, Engineering Technologies, Mathematics, Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, Military Technologies, and other STEM Designated Degree Programs.