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Education USA

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Connecting International Students and Educators Worldwide

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Rita Moriconi, Regional Educational Advising Coordinator (REAC) South America – Southern Cone

Present in more than 170 countries, EducationUSA leads the way in connecting international students with study opportunities in the United States. A critical resource for students and parents—as well as for education professionals and foreign governments—EducationUSA’s offerings range from workshops and advising to funding opportunities and visa assistance.

For Students

For those ready to make their study abroad dream to the United States a reality, EducationUSA has put together its 5 Steps To US Study that will guide students through the entire process — from researching the best school match to gathering the necessary documents for visas and departure. The guide even includes financial aid resources, such as the Opportunity Funds scholarship that covers university application costs.

For high school students wanting to experience US college life, EducationUSA offers an exciting summer program called EducationUSA Academy, bringing high school students from around the world to US college campuses with a focus on English language studies, college prep, and cultural immersion. Click here for dates, costs, and application deadlines for summer 2017 sessions!

For Educators

Expanding on last year’s great success, the 2016 Brazilian EducationUSA Roadshow kicked off in six Brazilian cities in April. This study abroad fair presents invaluable opportunities for students, governments, and universities to connect. “The universities can talk directly to establish partnerships for more student mobility between the US and Brazil,” stated EducationUSA’s Regional Coordinator Rita Moriconi.

For more information visit www.educationusafair.org.

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