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A session for undergraduate applicants and their parents
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.
In the framework of the International Conference ANUIES 2017, "Alliances for Higher Education for Sustainable Development" the expo internacional will take place. The expo is aimed at young students and recent graduates of institutions of higher education, interested in learning about programs and opportunities of studies abroad.
EducationUSA China hosts monthly Parents Chat Group for parents to informally raise their individual questions and concerns about the application process. U.S. HEIs can also come to share their advice with parents. All parents are welcome!
A presentation designed for parents on preparing their child's study. Topics include the EdUSA 5 Steps and answering parents concerns.
Did you know that Liberal Arts universities also have Science & Business Subjects? They are not only for Liberal arts degrees. Lawrence University Representative, Ms. Tamanna will be presenting on the benefits of Liberal Arts Colleges. This seminar is only for current high school students.
EducationUSA Fulbright Austria will be present at the TU Vienna's study and scholarship abroad fair. Stop by and chat with Fulbright staff if you have any questions about studying in the USA!
Alumni from different US Government sponsored programs will share their experiences and how visiting the US and being part of their respective programs has influenced who they are today and the lidership positions they currently hold in their communities.
The Visa officer will hold the F1 student visa seminar. If you are planning to go to the USA next year, 2018, this session will give you detailed information about the visa interview experience. Please be on time.
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.