Find an Event
125 resultsShowing 91 - 100
This webinar provides an overview of study in the US for UK advisers.
Info session on AuPair programs
Know more on graduate studies in the U.S.
The fifth annual European LLM Tour will take place from November 7-20, 2019. The tour launches in London and proceeds to Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam, Istanbul, Milan, and finishes in Madrid on November 20. We have added two new cities, London and Istanbul.
This LLM fair will give you the opportunity to learn more about the value of obtaining an LLM degree in the United States and to talk directly to representatives from U.S. Law Schools all over the country.
We would like to request your participation in the EducationUSA Tokyo Art Program Fair 2019, a U.S. for Japanese students interested in studying Fine/Visual and Performing Arts in the United States. EducationUSA will host this fair on Wednesday, November 20, at Akasaka Intercity venue Tokyo. We are inviting admissions officers, from U.S. institutions to represent their schools to Japanese students, their parents, and others interested in learning about higher education opportunity.
Are you interested in studying in the U.S. and want to know more about scholarship opportunities? This interactive session by University of Nebraska at Omaha has answers!
Get all the information you need and ask us any questions on your exchange semester, Master's degree or Ph.D. program in the United States. Please register online!
Join a representative from UCLA Extension to learn more about what the non-degree programs offer to international students. Non-degree programs at Extension schools offer international students the opportunity to study from four weeks to an academic year, and study topics ranging from cybersecurity to English, from digital marketing and finance to applications programs and the business of entertainment, from acting to fitness instruction and much more.
Join EducationUSA for an informational presentation on the application process to U.S. Higher Education Institutions, which will cover the general requirements, differences in the educational systems, a timeline, and more. The event is open to the public and free; no sign-up is required.