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USIEF New Delhi (Headquarters) Events

USIEF New Delhi Upcoming Events –2015
EducationUSA@USIEF Updates

For a complete list of our holidays please visit http://www.usief.org.in/About-USIEF/List-of-Holidays.aspx

Note - In case you require more information on the sessions kindly call at 011-42090909.

S. No. Date and Time Session Summary and Audience
1 15thApril,Wednesday
at 4pm  
Session@ American Center: Graduate and Undergraduate Studies

5 Steps to Study Library Sciences in the U.S.


Attend this session to learn about educational opportunities and the application process in the field of Library Sciences in the U.S.

Govt. approved photo ID is mandatory for entry into the American Center: 24KG Marg. Kindly reach the venue at least twenty minutes in advance to comply with the security procedures.  
2 17th April, Friday
at 4pm  
Friday Webinar/Online Session: Undergraduate and Graduate Studies

Evaluating Admissions Offers and Choosing Among your Admits


This session will discuss the key factors to keep in mind when deciding which university to attend. We will also discuss how students can evaluate and compare various admissions offers as well as financial aid packages before choosing a university.

Institution's website: www.educationusastate.gov

Login with your name and email id - http://live.newrow.com/show/whb-287  
3 21st April, Tuesday
at 4pm 
Specialized Facebook Chat : Undergraduate Studies

The online chat will cover crucial sessions such as the Common Application form, PSAT, AP, CSS Profile, etc. to help undergraduate students follow the application timeline effectively.

https://www.facebook.com/EducationUSADelhi  
22nd April, Wednesday
at 4:30 pm 
Specialized Information Session@ USIEF by Dartmouth, Duke, Georgetown, and Northwestern University : Undergraduate Studies

How to apply to Selective Colleges in the U.S.


The session will cover major issues around selective college admissions like standardized tests, essays, recommendations, financial aid policies, and other essential components integral to an international student's application.

To attend the session please register on http://bit.ly/1MWG1gK  
5 22nd April, Wednesday
at 4 pm 
Session@ American Center: Graduate and Undergraduate Studies

Define your priorities for U.S. University Application


This session will inform students about key considerations to bear in mind before applying to a US university. These considerations will include funding opportunities, program type and structure, eligibility criterion, tuition and living costs amongst others.

Govt. approved photo ID is mandatory for entry into the American Center: 24KG Marg. Kindly reach the venue at least twenty minutes in advance to comply with the security procedures.  
6 24th April, Friday
at 4 pm 
Understand the US Student Visa Process- Interact with Consular Officer from US Embassy : Undergraduate and Graduate studies

Students with admits for Fall 2015 can attend this session by a consular officer from the American Embassy to understand the US student visa application forms, interview process and F1 visa regulations. The session will be followed by Q and A

To attend the session please register on http://bit.ly/1yh6h9v  
7 27th April, Monday
at 4:30 pm  
Specialized University Session @ USIEF by University of Chicago, Johns Hopkins University and Barnard College: Undergraduate Studies

How to apply to Selective Colleges in the U.S.


The session will cover major issues around selective college admissions like standardized tests, essays, recommendations, financial aid policies, and other essential components integral to an international student's application

To attend the session please register on: https://india.meetcolleges.com/delhi/  
8 28th April, Tuesday
at 4 pm  
Facebook Chat: Graduate and Undergraduate

Studies Get responses to your questions on U.S. higher education by an EducationUSA Adviser in our weekly chat.

https://www.facebook.com/EducationUSADelhi  
9 29th April, Wednesday
at 4 pm  
Session@ American Center: Graduate and Undergraduate Studies

The Right 'fit' for Me: Short-listing U.S. universities


Attend this session to understand the various parameters and priorities in selecting universities for your higher education in the U.S.

Govt. approved photo ID is mandatory for entry into the American Center: 24KG Marg. Kindly reach the venue at least twenty minutes in advance to comply with the security procedures.  
10 5th May, Tuesday
at 4 pm  
Facebook Chat: Graduate and Undergraduate Studies

Get responses to your questions on U.S. higher education by an EducationUSA Adviser in our weekly chat.

https://www.facebook.com/EducationUSADelhi  
11 6th May, Wednesday
at 4pm  
Session@ American Center: Graduate and Undergraduate Studies

"Finance your studies in the US"


Financial planning is one of the integral elements of planning for your higher education .Attend this session to know about the different options that exist for International students while they put their finances together.

Govt. approved photo ID is mandatory for entry into the American Center: 24KG Marg. Kindly reach the venue at least twenty minutes in advance to comply with the security procedures.  
12 6th May, Wednesday
at 4:30 pm 
Specialized Information Session@ USIEF by University of Southern California

'Finding the university best for you' by Miloni Gandhi, Associate Director International Recruitment, USC

Attend this session to know what top US universities are looking for in an increasingly competitive undergraduate US market. Topics covered will be fit, application requirements, choosing a major, and essay writing.

To attend the session please register on: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/USunivisits  
13 12th May, Tuesday
at 4 pm  
Facebook Chat: Graduate and Undergraduate Studies

Get responses to your questions on U.S. higher education by an EducationUSA Adviser in our weekly chat.

https://www.facebook.com/EducationUSADelhi  
14 13th May, Wednesday
at 4pm 
Session@ American Center: Graduate Studies

"Graduate Standard Tests : Planning and Preparation


Attend this session to learn more about graduate standardized tests, their test formats, score scale and test taking strategies

Govt. approved photo ID is mandatory for entry into the American Center: 24KG Marg. Kindly reach the venue at least twenty minutes in advance to comply with the security procedures.  
15 19th May, Tuesday
at 4pm 
Specialized Facebook Chat : Undergraduate and Graduate Studies

What to expect when you get to the U.S.?

Ask an adviser about the teaching methodology , examination, evaluation, academic integrity, plagiarism, Campus resources and Faculty in U.S. Universities

https://www.facebook.com/EducationUSADelhi  
16 20th May, Wednesday
at 4pm 
Session@ American Center: Undergraduate and Graduate Studies

"Complete your US University/College application"


If admission to an US University is your educational goal, this session will help you put together the various components of the application and help you stay motivated, creative and organized

Govt. approved photo ID is mandatory for entry into the American Center: 24KG Marg. Kindly reach the venue at least twenty minutes in advance to comply with the security procedures.  
17 22nd May, Friday
at 4pm 
Friday Webinar/Online Session: Undergraduate and Graduate Studies

Understand the US Student Visa Process- Interact with Consular Officer from US Embassy

Attend this online session by a consular officer from the American Embassy to understand the US student visa application forms, interview process and F1 visa regulations. The session will be followed by Q and A

Institution's website: www.educationusa.state.gov
Login with your name and email id - http://live.newrow.com/show/whb-287  
18 26th May, Tuesday
at 4 pm  
Facebook Chat: Graduate and Undergraduate Studies

Get responses to your questions on U.S. higher education by an EducationUSA Adviser in our weekly chat.

https://www.facebook.com/EducationUSADelhi  
19 27th May, Wednesday
at 4pm  
Session@ American Center: Undergraduate and Graduate Studies

"Maximizing Your Time in the US"


This session will help students understand opportunities both, on and off campus, to maximize their learning in the US. The session will cover topics such as academic engagement, campus life, student resources, inter-cultural learning, student-faculty relationship, class environment, student bodies, resources and systems.

Govt. approved photo ID is mandatory for entry into the American Center: 24KG Marg. Kindly reach the venue at least twenty minutes in advance to comply with the security procedures.  
20 19th June, Friday
at 9 am 
Session@ American Center : Undergraduate and Graduate students

"Pre Departure Orientation for students going for Fall 2015"


The program would equip students with a better understanding of the American academic environment, society, culture and life in the US. Other important information, such as, travel, port of entry formalities, health and safety issues will also be shared with the students.

To attend the session please register on : http://bit.ly/1yh6h9v

Govt. approved photo ID is mandatory for entry into the American Center: 24KG Marg. Kindly reach the venue at least twenty minutes in advance to comply with the security procedures.  
21 10th July, Monday
at 9 am 

"Pre Departure Orientation II for students going for Fall 2015 "


The program would equip students with a better understanding of the American academic environment, society, culture and life in the US. Other important information, such as, travel, port of entry formalities, health and safety issues will also be shared with the students.

To attend the session please register on : http://bit.ly/1yh6h9v

Govt. approved photo ID is mandatory for entry into the American Center: 24KG Marg. Kindly reach the venue at least twenty minutes in advance to comply with the security procedures.