Do you want to study in the U.S.? Would you like to experience life as an America college student? Gain an insider’s perspective on higher education in the United States while also getting the opportunity to experience and enjoy campus life during your school holidays! If you are an international high school student (ages 15-17), attending the EducationUSA Academy in the United States this year (or next) might be right for you!
The EducationUSA Academy is a pre-college academic enrichment program for international high school students offering specialized college preparatory content, college-level writing workshops, English enrichment, campus visits, and cultural activities. Find out if studying in the United States is right for you by actually attending a college or university for a short time as an EducationUSA Academy student! Tune in for a special hour-long Facebook Live interactive webinar on Tuesday, June 4 at 15:00 (Eastern Time in the United States) to learn more about the EducationUSA Academy, and have the chance to interact live with program directors, current students, and alumni of this unique program.
This free, online discussion is open to the public and will include a moderated conversation with questions submitted live from the online audience.
Join us on April 23rd at 4:30 pm us for a conversation with a representative from St. John´s University who will share with us details about their EducationUSA Academy and answer any questions you may have.
Are you thinking about studying in the United States? Have you been admitted to a U.S. Institution of Higher Education? Are you confused about the student visa process?
EducationUSA is hosting a Facebook LIVE interactive providing an overview on student visas in order to help guide prospective 2019 students as they embark on the visa process prior to study in the United States.
You can join via your computer or mobile device on April 16, 2019, at 11:00 AM Chile time
Learn More About: U.S. Visa law Student Visa Requirements and Eligibility The visa application process The Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) Your responsibilities as students in the United States.
This free, online discussion is open to the public and will include a moderated conversation with questions submitted live from the online audience. CONNECT at: https://www.facebook.com/EducationUSA/
Join us on April 9th at 3:30 pm us for a conversation with representatives from Temple University and the University of Wisconsin-Madison who will share with us details about the EducationUSA Academy at their universities and answer any questions you may have.
Margaret Ioannides is the Online LL.M. Program Manager at University of Dayton School of Law. She has worked in the field of legal education since 2010, and has worked with LL.M. Programs since 2014. She is a licensed attorney, and former law professor and Associate Dean. Margaret holds both her J.D. and M.S.F.S. degrees from Georgetown University Law Center.
Paul Schlottman, ED.S, director of Strategic Initiatives, University of Dayton School of Law – Dayton, OH
USC Gould will host an online discussion on career opportunities for prospective internationally-educated students after their LLM studies. Joined by Director and California-licensed attorney, Sarah Gruzas, you will learn how to maximize your opportunities to find employment, what jobs you can look for, and what you can do now to start preparing for your job search.