Mega Science of Technology (MST) strongly recommends the application and all required documents be submitted via email at
firstname.lastname@example.org. Please see guidance for on-line submission of application package.
No application is considered complete until MST has received the above mentioned documentation.
Why Are We The Best?
Our advanced e-learning management system, provides an interactive hub for all your learning activities, making it easy to manage your studies and access a wealth of course material, quizzes, assignments and live classrooms. Best of all, you can log in from anywhere, at any time using any computer or smartphone.
Our teachers are are not just great teachers and motivators – they also have years of real-world experience working in their chosen sector. That means that they can offer the kind of first-hand knowledge that makes the theory come alive and show you how what you’re learning links directly to your own experience in the workplace.
We believe in providing students with as much real-world experience as possible in an academic environment, by using the business simulators.
You will receive an industry certification based on the program you will register for.
- Application form (completed, dated and signed by the applicant)
- Admission essay (500 words)
- Valid Passport or Governmental ID
- E-photo (for student ID)
1. High school diploma, TASC or equivalent OR
2. College diploma or Official transcripts
– Please note that students pursuing J1 visa must submit official transcripts from
accredited colleges that indicate your academic credit and degrees of all college
work you have received.
1. MST programs require English proficiency. For non-English speaker, the applicant must meet one of
the following admission requirements;
Certificate of Completion of academic ESL from MST partner school
2. One of the official scores –TOEFL iBT: 70, IELTS: 6.0, or TOEIC: 635
For J-1 visa applicants only, confirming the following;
1. You are currently enrolled in a full-time study program
2. The name of your course of study
3. The degree you are earning
4. The date you began studying and your expected date of graduation (an estimation if appropriate)
For J-1 visa applicants only:
1. Original (not older than 60 days) bank statement or a letter from your bank (in English) showing you
have sufficient funds for the length of your study in New York
2. If someone is sponsoring you, we will need their bank statement, or a letter from their bank (in
English) showing they have sufficient funds or the length of your study in New York.
Your sponsor also must complete an Affidavit of Support
- Medical certificate (vaccinations for measles, mumps, and rubella)
- Medical Insurance (for the program duration)
International Students: J1 Visa
Generally, a citizen of a foreign country who wishes to enter the United States must first obtain a visa, either a nonimmigrant visa for temporary stay or an immigrant visa for permanent residence. Exchange visitor (J-1) visas are nonimmigrant visas for individuals approved to participate in exchange visitor programs in the United States.
A J-1 visa is a temporary, nonimmigrant student visa that allows foreign post-secondary students to study in the US through an approved, government-sponsored exchange program. Students on a J-1 visa may undertake the study of a degree until completion, non-degree programs or an internship that will provide credit for a degree course in their home country.
There are several steps to apply for a visa. The order of these steps and how you complete them may vary at the U.S. Embassy or Consulate where you apply. Please consult the instructions available on the embassy or consulate website where you intend to apply.
1. Complete the Online Visa Application
Online Nonimmigrant Visa Application, Form DS-160. You must: 1) complete the online visa application and 2) print the application form confirmation page to bring to your interview.
Photo –You will upload your photo while completing the online Form DS-160. Your photo must be in the format explained in the Photograph Requirements.
2. Schedule an Interview
You must schedule an appointment for your visa interview, generally, at the U.S. Embassy or Consulate in the country where you live. You may schedule your interview at any U.S. Embassy or Consulate, but be aware that it may be difficult to qualify for a visa outside of your place of permanent residence.
Wait times for interview appointments vary by location, season, and visa category, so you should apply for your visa early.
3. Prepare for an Interview
Fees – Pay the non-refundable visa application fee, if you are required to pay it before your interview. When your visa is approved, you may also pay a visa issuance fee, if applicable to your nationality.
Review the instructions available on the website of the embassy or consulate where you will apply to learn more about fee payment.
TWO-YEAR HOME-COUNTRY PHYSICAL PRESENCE REQUIREMENT
When you agree to participate in an Exchange Visitor Program and your program falls under the conditions explained below, you will be subject to the two-year home-country physical presence (foreign residence) requirement. This means you will be required to return to your home country for two years at the end of your exchange visitor program. This requirement under immigration law is based on Section 212(e) of the Immigration and Nationality Act.
Two-year Home-country Physical Presence Requirement Conditions
An exchange visitor is subject to the two-year home-country physical presence requirement if the following conditions exist:
Government-funded exchange program – The program in which the exchange visitor was participating was financed in whole or in part directly or indirectly by the U.S. government or the government of the exchange visitor’s nationality or last residence;
Graduate medical education or training – The exchange visitor entered the United States to receive graduate medical education or training;
Specialized knowledge or skill: Skills List – The exchange visitor is a national or permanent resident of a country which has deemed the field of specialized knowledge or skill necessary to the development of the country, as shown on the Exchange Visitor Skills List. Review the Exchange Visitor Skills List 2009.
When you, as an exchange visitor are subject to the two-year home-country physical presence requirement, you must return to your home country for a cumulative total period of at least two years before you can do any of the following:
Change status while in the United States to the nonimmigrant categories of temporary worker (H) or intracompany transferee (L);
Adjust status while in the United States to immigrant visa/lawful permanent resident status (LPR);
Receive an immigrant visa at a U.S. Embassy or Consulate; or
Receive a temporary worker (H), the intracompany transferee (L), or fiancé (K) visa at a U.S. Embassy or Consulate.
Waiver of Two Year Home-Country Physical Presence Requirement
If you are not able to fulfill the home country presence requirement, you may be able to apply for a waiver. Select Waiver of the Exchange Visitor Two-Year Home-Country Physical Presence Requirement to learn more about this requirement and how to request a waiver.
Questions you can expect during your Visa Interview
Congratulations! You have been accepted to Manhattan Institute of Management.
We know that students, who like to study in the US do not have it easy. But now, after you have been accepted to MIM, focus on your US Embassy Interview.
Your visa interview will be held in English, which can be intimidating for those that use English as a second language. Not only will you need to ensure that you attend the interview with all of the required documentation, you need to be prepared to answer specific, personal questions regarding your plans for study and stay in the US. Knowing what questions to expect can be a huge advantage!
Most questions will be related to these 5 categories:
Your study plans
Your university choice
Your academic capability
Your financial status
Your post-graduation plans
Please find below some sample questions that you
should be able to answer when attending the
interview. You can also click on the video on the
right to see how the interview process at the
US Embassy usually looks like.
Questions About Your Study Plans
Why are you going to the US?
What will you specialize in for your degree?
What will be your major?
Where did you go to school now?
Who is your current employer? What do you do?
Why are you planning to continue your education?
Can you not continue your education in your home country?
How will this study program relate to your past work or studies?
Questions About Your University Choice
How many colleges did you apply to?
How many schools did you get admitted to?
How many schools rejected you?
Have you been to the US before?
Do you know your professors at that university? What are their names?
What city is your school located in?
Questions About Your Academic Capability
What are your test scores (GRE, GMAT, SAT, TOEFL, IELTS)?
What was your previous GPA?
How will you manage the cultural and educational differences in the US?
How good is your English?
Why do you want to pursue a degree in the US?
Why not study in Canada, Australia or the UK?
what do you know about US schools?
Can I see your high school/college diploma?
Questions About Your Financial Status
What is your monthly income?
What is your sponsor’s annual income?
How do you plan to fund the entire duration of your education?
How much does your school cost?
How will you meet these expenses?
Who is going to sponsor your education?
What is your sponsor’s occupation?
How else will you cover the rest of your costs?
Do you have a copy of your bank statements?
Did you get offered a scholarship at your school?
Can I see your tax returns?
Questions About Your Post-Graduate Studies
Do you have relatives or friends currently in the US?
What are your plans post-graduation?
Do you have a job or career in mind after you graduate
Do you plan on returning back to your home country?
What are your plans after graduation?
Are you sure you won’t stay in the US?
Will you continue to work for your current employer after you graduate?*
*Question Source: www.internationalstudent.com
The following checklist should help you compile your application documents. Please send us your complete application in one e-mail. You may
separate the documents into a maximum of three PDF files. Please name every file/document according to its content and make sure that they
are in the same order that you see below. A maximum size of 8 MB should not be exceeded (colored scans are not necessary). Please scan the
documents so that all text is legible.
1 Application form Please request the Application FORM from Admission
2 Proof of college/university enrollment or Diploma
Must submit proof of one year of relevant work experience (i.e. through work attestations). Trainee applicants without a
university degree must submit proof of five years’ work experience.
3 Proof of insurance
You may obtain coverage through your own health insurance provider in your home country. Please make sure that all required
Benefits are included (request Pre-Arrival Doc from Admission). As an alternative you may purchase health insurance through
for example: Global Secutive, LLC, an American insurance provider. Regardless of whether you secure health insurance
through a privately chosen provider or through Global Secutive, please attach an insurance confirmation to your application,
which details your name, the terms of the coverage, and the exact dates of validity (it should be valid from the day of entry into
the U.S. until 30 days after the end of the studies & the internship).
4 Motivational letter
Please use our sample found under the category “Application Documents Candidate – Motivational Letter” as a guideline.
5 Résumé in English
6 Two references
Please attach two references (in English). We accept recommendations from professors or previous employers. We also accept
certificates of previous internships or employment that contain an evaluation of your performance. You can find a Reference
Template under “Application Documents Candidate – Reference (Sample)”.
7 English Language Proficiency (not necessary for native English speakers)
You can verify your English skills in the following ways:
a) Using the template from “Application Documents Candidate – English Language Testimony,” ask your English
Professor to perform an English test with you and fill out the form. Make sure that the test is signed and stamped
by your educational institution.
b) Copy of TOEFL test result no more than two years old.
8 Financial security statement
If you’ll receive less than $1,800 per month from your host company, we will need a guarantee of sufficient funds from
your guardian or a statement from your bank to cover the tuition and leaving expenses.( request info from Admission )
You can find a template under “Application Documents Candidate – Financial Support Form.”
9 Scan of your passport – The photo page of your passport is sufficient
10 Further information regarding your application
Telephone/ Skype Interview
Every applicant must complete a short telephone interview. After you submit your application, you will receive details how to
call for the interview. This can also be combined with the English Language Proficiency test.
Students who consider changing their visa status must schedule an appointment via telephone by calling 212-776-0777 or submitting a request form. Once the request form is submitted, one of our professional counselors will contact you for a consultation via an email or a phone call. One the day of the appointment, the following documentation must be presented.
- I-94 copies