Whether your beginning your college search, or preparing to head to the US soon, you’ve surely faced – and will face – numerous choices. Where will I live? What classes will I take? What should I expect from US culture?
EducationUSA, a US Department of State partner that encourages and helps foreign students to study in the US, is hosting “The Diversity of Choices,” a web chat aimed at answering some of the many questions foreign students have. The chat will be held on February 24 at 15:00 UTC (10:00 AM ET) in English (http://goo.gl/9g8fQI), Spanish (http://goo.gl/WMN77s), and Portuguese (http://goo.gl/EnKKg5). Information, including how to register, is below.
ONLINE EducationUSA Interactive Webchat: “The Diversity of Choices”
When it comes to studying in the USA, there is a great diversity of choices!
On February 24 at 15:00 UTC (10:00 AM Eastern Time), join the next EducationUSA Interactive webchat as a panel featuring Lindsay Mathers Addington, Assistant Director of International Initiatives at the National Association for College Admission Counseling, and George L. Mehaffy, Vice President for Academic Leadership and Change of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities, helps you find out which school is the right fit for you.
Find out about the diversity of institutions, programs, geographical climates, and cultures that you have to choose from when applying to schools in the United States. Whether you are just beginning to think about attending a college or university in the United States or you are ready to start your classes tomorrow, this webchat will give you information you need to succeed.
So join us at http://goo.gl/9g8fQI, get your questions answered, and find out more about studying here in the United States of America!
Location: Online at the links below:
Time: 15:00 UTC (10:00 AM Eastern Time)