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Talk details the services provided by EducationUSA and explains how to apply to programs in the U.S., both for degree seekers, and those looking for intensive English programs. This talk is for anyone who is thinking about studying in the U.S. and wants more information about how to get started.
Erandi Maldonado it's a Fulbright grantee and currently she is getting her Master Degree at Arizona State University. She will be at the advising center sharing her experience and answering questions to potential international students.
During these sessions we will offer useful information to start the search of programs. We will explain the requirements, procedures, times, scholarships. Please bring an ID to enter the building and be on time. Free event.
You will receive important tips on how to prepare for travel, passing immigration control and advice on the first days of stay in the U.S. The meeting will join a current student from Belarus who returned to Minsk for summer vacation and a Belarusian student in the U.S. who will provide advice's online. Also, you will have a great chance to talk with a U.S. student from Lehigh University who has an internship at the American Councils office in Vilnius and will visit Minsk to share his tips with you!
For more info on this free advising, click here and register: http://goo.gl/forms/yCNjZ2CfT4. Our Makati advising session is in the Philippine-American Educational Foundation on 10/F Ayala Life-FGU Center.
A discussion and sharing session with alumni from various U.S. universities. Participants will learn first-hand about the benefits of continuing their study in the United States.
An eight-part series of free test prep workshops of the GRE test for students interested in pursuing their master's degrees in the United States. Workshops include tips for GRE success.
The session describes the application and admission process for undergraduate and graduate applicants.
The session helps students how to select suitable universities/ colleges which will be best fits to meet their academic goals
Join us for our weekly English conversation sessions! Undergrads and graduate students are encouraged to come practice their English before studying in the United States. Advanced and Intermediate students will be introduced to videos and short articles, followed by a discussion.