Yes. Many universities provide international students with scholarships to support tuition fees. These are generally merit based tied to academic scores, sporting talent or artistic talent.
No. An F-1 visa is a non-immigrant visa. Students who obtain an employer sponsor during the 3-year post-study work period, may have a pathway to permanent residence with a H1B work visa.
STEM certified programs provide international students with the maximum work authorization of 3 years post-study work. The US is set to create millions of new STEM jobs in the next decade, and international students will fill many of these posts.
The F-1 student visa provides authorization for international students to work during their studies. This includes on-campus jobs, internships, and Curricula Practical Training (CPT).
US education is recognized globally for being the highest in quality and is the #1 destination for international students. The US has over 5,000 colleges and universities of which 50 feature in the top 100 world rankings.