Ripon College Science Department recently received a grant from the National Science Foundation to purchase a state-of-the-art liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry (LC/MS) instrument. This instrument allows our students to greatly enhance their research in organic synthesis and protein chemistry. Additionally, the capacity to perform biological and biochemical research at Ripon College will be significantly improved by gaining the ability to effectively study lipidomics. The LC/MS will be available for all students to use by January 2015.
Along with donor Eric Liew and his wife Linda Pruett, University of Louisiana at Monroe officials broke ground on the newest privately-funded project for the university—the international student center. University of Louisiana Monroe International Student Center is due to open in January 2015!
Our Advantage Application is now available on our website. If you apply before November 15th & submit all of your official paperwork, you are guaranteed an admission decision by December 5th with the possibility of being invited to JEO Scholarship Weekend on January 23rd and 24th. We will also waive the $50 application fee, recommendation letter and essay (however, the short answer is still required). Official paperwork includes official translated transcripts, official SAT or TOEFL scores and declaration of finance.
New international students at the Florida Institute of Technology learned about American football by interacting with players and cheerleaders, sampling barbeque and even trying on football equipment during a special event welcoming them to campus.
An international student from Karachi, Pakistan shares his story of what brought him to the University of Texas at Austin and his experiences living and studying in the United States.
“College is truly the cultural melting pot of America. This is where lifelong friendships are forged and one becomes aware of the diversity and beautiful color that is added to life by people of all sorts of backgrounds and experiences.”
EducationUSA has updated “Your 5 Steps to U.S. Study!” Prepare to study in the United States with these recommended steps:
1. Research Your Options
2. Finance Your Studies
3. Complete Your Application
4. Apply For Your Student Visa
5. Prepare For Your Departure
Check out our website http://www.educationusa.state.gov to get more information on each step and to find an EducationUSA advising center near you!
The University of Washington is currently accepting applications for the fall 2015 cohort of our Master of Arts in Applied International Studies (MAAIS) degree. The MAAIS program is a 10-month intensive graduate degree that is designed to bridge the worlds of theory and practice for individuals in the foreign affairs arena.
A unique feature of the MAAIS program is the Civic Council, a group of corporate, non-governmental, political and security sector leaders representing companies and organizations that are impacting and influencing today’s interconnected world. Civic Council members, including individuals from organizations such as Microsoft, Boeing, PATH and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, bring their expertise and diverse perspectives to the program, offering networking opportunities and helping MAAIS students understand the rapidly changing society in which we live and work. The program is intended for students with at least five years of experience in international affairs.
If you missed the EducationUSA Interactive “Adapting to American Campus Culture," you can still watch it to find out if Americans are really like they are portrayed in movies, what it's like to live in a dorm and more information about American campus culture!
The Graduate School of Arts & Sciences at Georgetown University is pleased to announce its fall 2014 online chat sessions. These informal chats provide prospective students with opportunities to ask questions about the graduate programs offered at Georgetown as well as the application process.
Myrl Jones and his wife Lorene have hosted dozens of international students throughout their lives.
The couple have many stories about international students they have connected with through the international student friendship program they pioneered more than 40 years ago.
The University of Northern Colorado’s Monfort College of Business will begin the 2014 fall semester with a Master of Business Administration program for graduates seeking to complete their master’s degree. The college, which has earned exceptional accounting and business accreditation from AACSB International, seeks to expand access to education with convenient schedules and the ability to surround students with experienced faculty. The MBA program, with the help of expert faculty members, will guide students to thrive in today’s business world and global enterprises.
Being an international student in a new country is not easy. To encourage more students to consider ULM, Eric Liew, who originally came to ULM from Malaysia, donated $1 million toward the building of an international student center, which will serve as a welcoming facility and temporary housing for new international students.
Meet some of the 25 extraordinary men and women who are bringing important lessons back home. The students were in the United States for the Rutgers Civic Leadership Institute which allowed them to experience many opportunities for personal development.
This week, President Obama met with Young African Leaders in Washington to discuss the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI).
The President alongside his administration hope to double the number of participants in the program in the next two years. He also hopes to create regional leadership centers across Africa and launch a new set of educational and professional development tools.
President Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry all delivered remarks at the event.
The Howard Hughes Medical Institute is awarding nearly $5 million in research fellowships to 46 predoctoral students from 24 countries. The awards will allow the students, who have demonstrated exceptional talent and innovation in research, to complete their graduate studies.