Events

Presentation on "How to Succeed as International Students in the USA?"

April 23, 2014

If you want to discover things you need to know to become a successful college student from the perspective of an American student we highly recommend you to visit this presentation. It will be conducted by Isaac Webb. He is a Fulbright Fellow living in Kiev, where he is researching human rights in contemporary Ukraine.
Isaac will share general tips to make your life as international student easier and more fulfill.
After the presentation you can ask any question you are interested in education abroad!
Location: Kyiv EducationUSA Advising Center (20 Esplanadna St., 6th floor)
Time: 8:00pm
Entered By: EducationUSA Advising Center Kyiv

U.S. Study Spotlight: Vanderbilt University, Tennessee

April 24, 2014

Join FEAC for a special session featuring John Nesbitt, Senior Assistant Director of Admissions at Vanderbilt University. Established in 1873, Vanderbilt University is a private research university which offers undergraduate programs in the liberal arts and sciences, engineering, music, education and human development, as well as a full range of graduate and professional degrees.

This session is the perfect opportunity to explore the multiple opportunities that undergraduate studies at a U.S university bring along: personalized curriculum, close student-professor interactions, generous scholarship options, study abroad, and much more!
Location: Fulbright Educational Advising Center (FEAC)
Time: 15:00-16:00
Entered By: Fulbright Educational Advising Center

Seminar on TOEFL: overview

April 24, 2014

A graduate from Harvard University Vladimir Terentyev will make an overview seminar on TOEFL exam in general.
Location: Tomsk American Center
Time: 17:00
Entered By: American Center Tomsk

CCC SAT Instruction

April 24, 2014

To ensure that the best and the brightest students in Armenia have a chance at a U.S. university, we have developed the Competitive College Club (CCC). The project is supported by American Councils, EducationUSA, and the Public Affairs Section of the United States Embassy in Armenia.
The CCC program is a structured preparatory program that provides promising young Armenian citizens with the knowledge and skills necessary to successfully enter U.S. colleges and universities, independently, while increasing their chances of receiving financial aid. Our research has shown that there is demand for SAT and TOEFL test prep courses, CCC will increase the students' competitiveness through rigorous instruction and create a comprehensive approach to U.S. college admission, thereby increasing their likelihood of being accepted into a college or university in the U.S. with scholarships.
The high school students receive monthly classes on SAT and practice with the SAT books available at the EducationUSA Advising Center.
Location: EducationUSA Advising Center
Time: 18:30
Entered By: EducationUSA Advising Center

Complete your University/College application

April 24, 2014

This interactive session will cover the various aspects of applications to U.S. universities. Students will understand how the application process works and how to put an application together to completion.
Location: American Corner, St. Francis College, Begumpet.
Time: 3 PM
Entered By: EducationUSA@USIEF, Hyderabad

Undergraduate Studies in the US – application and admission process

April 24, 2014

The session gives overview of 5 Steps to study in the US: 1. Research your options; 2. Complete your application; 3. Finance your studies; 4. Apply for Student Visa; and 5. Prepare for your Departure, for undergraduate applicants.
Location: USIEF, American Center
Time: 3.45 pm
Entered By: United States-India Educational Foundation, Kolkata

Funding your U.S. Education

April 25, 2014

This session is targeted at prospective students and parents interested in understanding the various avenues to fund US education. The session will be presented by EducationUSA Senior Adviser.

To register, please complete the online registration form at http://bit.ly/1ikJHqf. Deadline for registrations is April 23rd, 2014 by 12noon and last minute registrations will not be entertained.
Location: American Consulate Building
Time: 02:00 pm
Entered By: United States-India Educational Foundation, Chennai

Mini Fair /Session by Barnard, Columbia, Cornell, Johns Hopkins, and U Chicago

April 25, 2014

Under Graduate Admissions: Meet with representatives from Barnard, Columbia, Cornell, Johns Hopkins, and UChicago to get started with the Step one –Research your Options to study in the US

Ellen Kim
Director of Undergraduate Admissions
Johns Hopkins University

Vera Bagnyuk
Senior Admissions Officer, Coordinator of International Recruitment
Barnard College

David Buckwald
Senior Associate Director, Director of Engineering Recruitment
Columbia University

Natalia Ostrowski
Director of India, Assistant Director of Admissions
University of Chicago

Kyle Downey
Associate Director
Cornell University
Location: USIEF
Time: 5:00 PM
Entered By: United States-India Educational Foundation, New Delhi

Night in Hollywood

April 25, 2014

Co-sponsored with the American Center in Moscow this informational and social event will bring together community members from both centers to learn about life in California and enjoy educational activities together. Contact adviser@educationusarussia.org for more information.
Location: EducationUSA Center
Time: 6pm
Entered By: EducationUSA Moscow

Mentoring Session V: Parent’s- Meet up :Planning and managing for your ...

April 26, 2014

An opportunity for parents to interact with parents who have gone through the US admissions processes with their children.
Location: USIEF
Time: 11:00am
Entered By: United States-India Educational Foundation, New Delhi

CCC Reading Club

April 26, 2014

To ensure that the best and the brightest students in Armenia have a chance at a U.S. university, we have developed the Competitive College Club (CCC). The project is supported by American Councils, EducationUSA, and the Public Affairs Section of the United States Embassy in Armenia.
The CCC program is a structured preparatory program that provides promising young Armenian citizens with the knowledge and skills necessary to successfully enter U.S. colleges and universities, independently, while increasing their chances of receiving financial aid.
In the frameworks of this program the students are involved in the Reading Club-they are assigned to read books and participate in the debates.
Location: EducationUSA Advising Center
Time: 12:00
Entered By: EducationUSA Advising Center

CCC TOEFL Instruction

April 26, 2014

To ensure that the best and the brightest students in Armenia have a chance at a U.S. university, we have developed the Competitive College Club (CCC). The project is supported by American Councils, EducationUSA, and the Public Affairs Section of the United States Embassy in Armenia.
The CCC program is a structured preparatory program that provides promising young Armenian citizens with the knowledge and skills necessary to successfully enter U.S. colleges and universities, independently, while increasing their chances of receiving financial aid. Our research has shown that there is demand for SAT and TOEFL test prep courses, CCC will increase the students' competitiveness through rigorous instruction and create a comprehensive approach to U.S. college admission, thereby increasing their likelihood of being accepted into a college or university in the U.S. with scholarships.
The high school students receive monthly classes on TOEFL and practice with the TOEFL books available at the EducationUSA Advising Center.
Location: EducationUSA Advising Center
Time: 14:00
Entered By: EducationUSA Advising Center

CCC TOEFL Instruction

April 26, 2014

To ensure that the best and the brightest students in Armenia have a chance at a U.S. university, we have developed the Competitive College Club (CCC). The project is supported by American Councils, EducationUSA, and the Public Affairs Section of the United States Embassy in Armenia.
The CCC program is a structured preparatory program that provides promising young Armenian citizens with the knowledge and skills necessary to successfully enter U.S. colleges and universities, independently, while increasing their chances of receiving financial aid. Our research has shown that there is demand for SAT and TOEFL test prep courses, CCC will increase the students' competitiveness through rigorous instruction and create a comprehensive approach to U.S. college admission, thereby increasing their likelihood of being accepted into a college or university in the U.S. with scholarships.
The high school students receive monthly classes on TOEFL and practice with the TOEFL books available at the EducationUSA Advising Center.
Location: EducationUSA Advising Center
Time: 14:00
Entered By: EducationUSA Advising Center

CCC TOEFL Instruction

April 26, 2014

To ensure that the best and the brightest students in Armenia have a chance at a U.S. university, we have developed the Competitive College Club (CCC). The project is supported by American Councils, EducationUSA, and the Public Affairs Section of the United States Embassy in Armenia.
The CCC program is a structured preparatory program that provides promising young Armenian citizens with the knowledge and skills necessary to successfully enter U.S. colleges and universities, independently, while increasing their chances of receiving financial aid. Our research has shown that there is demand for SAT and TOEFL test prep courses, CCC will increase the students' competitiveness through rigorous instruction and create a comprehensive approach to U.S. college admission, thereby increasing their likelihood of being accepted into a college or university in the U.S. with scholarships.
The high school students receive monthly classes on TOEFL and practice with the TOEFL books available at the EducationUSA Advising Center.
Location: EducationUSA Advising Center
Time: 14:00
Entered By: EducationUSA Advising Center

CCC TOEFL Instruction

April 26, 2014

To ensure that the best and the brightest students in Armenia have a chance at a U.S. university, we have developed the Competitive College Club (CCC). The project is supported by American Councils, EducationUSA, and the Public Affairs Section of the United States Embassy in Armenia.
The CCC program is a structured preparatory program that provides promising young Armenian citizens with the knowledge and skills necessary to successfully enter U.S. colleges and universities, independently, while increasing their chances of receiving financial aid. Our research has shown that there is demand for SAT and TOEFL test prep courses, CCC will increase the students' competitiveness through rigorous instruction and create a comprehensive approach to U.S. college admission, thereby increasing their likelihood of being accepted into a college or university in the U.S. with scholarships.
The high school students receive monthly classes on TOEFL and practice with the TOEFL books available at the EducationUSA Advising Center.
Location: EducationUSA Advising Center
Time: 14:00
Entered By: EducationUSA Advising Center