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Seasoned international admissions counselors, Karen Kristof and Sophie Mettler-Grove, will shed light on the U.S. college admissions process by walking you through the applicant review and selection process for highly selective institutions.
Join our online information session and learn about the steps to follow to apply to a U.S. University.
The U.S. Department of State’s EducationUSA network invites U.S. higher education institution representatives to participate in the EducationUSA East Asia and the Pacific (EAP) Regional Forum September 18-20, 2019 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Do you want to study a graduate program in the United States? Are you already looking for some programs but need more advice?
Hear from an international school counselor, a US college admission officer, and a real-live financial aid director about how to help students find schools with funding, talk with parents about the investment in education abroad, and understand how need is calculated.
In this webinar, information on how to search for schools, how to make the decision on which ones to apply to, preparing the application documents and such will be provided. Those who wish to attend this seminar can click on the link https://smart.newrow.com/#/room/sao-654 at the time of the webinar.
Curious about what it takes to apply to universities in the US? It is possible for everyone! This seminar will provide a basic overview of the US higher education system and the application process. After this session you will understand whether studying in the US is the right fit for you.
A short presentation and Q&A session answering questions gathered in social media, busting misconceptions and answering FAQ about studying in the U.S. as an International student from Indonesia
Ingin melanjutkan kuliah S2 dan S3 di AS? Ayo datang ke pameran U.S. Graduate Fairs 2019 di Yogyakarta, Malang, dan Jakarta!
A representative from University of Rochester will be visiting two schools in the West Bank. He will be meeting with 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students.