I was accepted, now what?

What is the acceptance rate of visas for international students in the U.S.? Three out of four visa applications for international students (F-1 category) were approved in 2015. The total number of F-1 visas approved was ~677,928. The top-10 Hispanic countries with the most approved F-1 visas were: Mexico, Colombia, Venezuela, Spain, Chile, Peru, Ecuador, Argentina, Panama and Dominican Republic (Bureau of Consular Affairs, U.S. Department of State).

Stage 3

Congratulations, you have achieved your first milestone! Now, you will need to choose your best option, to apply for a visa, to find housing, and to complete other trip-related tasks. By now, your list of questions might be longer, and we are here to help you find all your answers.

How can we help you?
We can guide you in preparing your visa application, exploring housing options, identifying international and domestic transportation alternatives, as well as getting other documents required for your arrival to the country where you will pursue your studies. In this stage, you need to:

It is likely that you applied to several universities and some have accepted your aplication for admission. You would need to choose and accept the best option and reject those you will not pursue.
After accepting an offer the U.S. government, for example, issues a certificate (SEVIS) to identify the applicant as an international student in the U.S. With the SEVIS, the university issues to the applicant a document of eligibility (I-20), in which details about the institution, the degree, and the conditions of acceptance related to the student are provided. Both documents are required when applying for a visa.
To apply for a student visa you will need to fill out a request form, gather supporting documents, and schedule the visa appointment through the embassy of the country you want to pursue your studies in.
After getting your visa, you would need to book flights, make decisions about housing and transportation, explore meal plans, and get medical insurance, among other important things.
There are several financial alternatives that help international students to pay for their expenses while pursuing their studies, some examples are teaching/research assistanships.