Join us for one of these EdUSA Connects Your 5 Steps to U.S. Study webinars in March/April. Step 4 can begin up to 5 months prior to U.S. study, and it typically takes place in March and April for most international students.
До 16 травня 2014 року триває прийом заявок на черговий щорічний конкурс за Програмою імені Фулбрайта для студентів старших курсів та випускників вищих навчальних закладів
Ferris State University is awarding the "David Pao Endowed Scholarship" to international incoming freshmen and current students on campus coming from Hong Kong or China.
Located in Pittsburgh PA, one of the most livable cities in the United States, Chatham University offers qualified international undergraduate students merit scholarships from $7,000-$16,000 per year.
Drexel University's LeBow College of Business Masters of Science program is offering merit-based scholarships for International Students.
Penn Summer Global Institute (PSGI) is a comprehensive academic experience for top undergraduates from around the world with high English proficiency. As a pre-arranged package, undergraduates spend 6 weeks as visiting students, and experience everything Penn has to offer: earning Ivy League credits alongside other Penn students, living and dining on campus, and socializing with other Penn students from the U.S. and abroad.
This July, GW will offer two specialized Washington in the World programs for undergraduate students; one focused on issues of gender and the status of women around the world, the other on U.S. politics in a global environment. Students enroll in two courses for each program, gaining a foundation in the chosen subject's theory, while also applying their knowledge to real world issues. Coursework incorporates site visits around Washington, D.C. to relevant institutions in politics and advocacy.
By TAMAR LEWIN
SAY farewell to vocabulary flashcards with arcane words like "compendious," "membranous," "mendacious," "pugnacious," "depreciatory," "redolent," "treacly" and "jettison." In the new SAT, to be unveiled in 2015, David Coleman, president of the College Board, wants to get rid of obscure words that are . . . just SAT words, and replace them with more common words like "synthesis," "distill" and "transform," used in context as they will be in college and in life.
Sometime in 2004 Richard C. Vos, the admission dean at Claremont McKenna College
, a highly regarded liberal arts school outside Los Angeles, developed a novel way to meet the school president's demands to improve the quality of incoming classes. He would simply lie.