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American Education Event
March 16 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
STUDY IN THE USA!
The American Education Expo is the best place to find the perfect U.S. College or University for you. At the Event, you will get the chance to speak face-to-face with admissions officers from some of the top 20 U.S. Colleges and Universities and get the answers you need about the admission process, tuition fees, and merit-based scholarship opportunities. The Expo is FREE of charge for students interested in undergraduate, graduate, and English programs. Parents are also encouraged to come and meet the College representatives. You only need one ticket per family.
Frequently Asked Questions
What can I learn from this event?
The American Education Expo is a great event to learn about the opportunities offered by some of the top 20 Universities in the USA. You will find a wide range of majors to choose from and learn about the steps you need to take to study in the U.S.
How can I get a Scholarship?
Most of the Universities offer merit-based scholarships to cover a percentage of the annual fees, but we do not have full scholarships at the event. The participating Universities will be happy to talk to you about their merit-based scholarship programs for international students. To verify your eligibility, we encourage you to bring copies of your report cards, TOEFL scores or any other U.S. standardized test to the Expo. To learn more about how you could get a merit-based scholarship, please come to the fair and speak with the admissions officers directly.
What do I need to bring?
Students are not required to bring any documents to the Expo. However, if you bring your SAT/ACT, TOEFL or IELTS scores and your high school transcripts College representatives will give you a better idea of your eligibility for admission and merit-based scholarships. Whether these documents are available or not, you should not miss the opportunity to learn about the Universities and the steps you need to take to be admitted.
Can my parents come? If I have one ticket, will I need extra ones for my parents?
Parents are always welcome to come and meet with the University representatives. All prospective students need an individual ticket to participate, but parents who are not interested in studying in the U.S. do not need one.
Is there a dress code?
We do not require any dress code. You are free to come as you like. But remember, always dress to impress!