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There are 4 visas available that might fit, but you have to look at each one and compare it to what you need and then ask me questions about it:
1) The F-1 student visa and the M-1 student visa (these count as two of the four that I mentioned). These are the most common. Here are some links:
2) The J-1 exchange visa:
3) And finally, the H-3 trainee visa:
You let me know which one you think might fit and we an explore it. I do have to warn you that the place that you take the course will probably have to become registered with immigration, so it may require the to do certain things that they might not be willing to do just to take on one student, or they may already be set up to take on international students.