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A session for graduate applicants
Led by EducationUSA Advisers, this EducationUSA Undergraduate Info Session will introduce students to the ins and outs of applying to a U.S. university, including sections on finding the right fit, submitting an application, and navigating financial aid. Students and parents will have the opportunity to ask questions and schedule follow-up advising appointments.
If you are unsure as to where you should apply to college, then attend this webinar and learn the opportunities available to you in the U.S. This session will focus on the following topic. - What studying in the united states is like - How to overcome culture shock - Advantages of choosing a mid-sized university - Campus involvement - Finding a job in the United States
What are the aspects of US Higher Education? What are the admission requirements of colleges and universities? Will I be able to apply for studies by my own? Join our introductory lecture and find out more about the steps of studying in US.
Are you interested in pursuing a degree in the U.S? If so , attend this free information session, on the follow topics. - Application process, - Standardized exams - Types of scholarships - selecting the right university
Applying to a PhD Program? Want to get full funding? Do not miss a chance to learn how best to prepare for applying to PhD programs in the US. Dr. Christopher Laincz, Director of the PhD Program, LeBow College of Business, and Drexel University professors from Physics, Engineering, and Education will discuss what a PhD means, the key components of the application, important differences across fields, getting financial aid, how a PhD differs from other graduate degrees.
The session describes the application and admission process for graduate applicants.
A liberal-arts education develops an individual’s potential for understanding possibilities, perceiving consequences, creating novel connections and making life-altering choices. It fosters innovative and critical thinking as well as strong writing and speaking skills. The liberal arts prepare students for many possible careers, meaningful lives and service to society. Presented by: Xiaofeng Wan, Assistant Dean of International Admissions and Opportunity student and Amherst student, Cristobal Silva.
Ms. Katherine, the representative from Rochester Institute of Technology will hold a session on STEM fields (Science Technology, Engineering & Mathematics). This session is for graduate students. RIT is a highly competitive university with a good number of Bangladeshi students. Rochester Institute of Technology is a private doctoral university within the town of Henrietta in the Rochester, New York metropolitan area. This session is for graduate students.
A presentation on how to find the best fit university for every student. Topics include all the aspects students need condiser before choosing and applying to a university.