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USIEF New Delhi (Headquarters) Events

USIEF New Delhi Upcoming Events –2015
EducationUSA@USIEF Updates
Attend our basic orientation session to understand the 5 Steps of studying in the U.S. every Saturday at 3:30
p.m.

The Saturday Session will be held on 31st Jan and 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th of February 2015

Note - Kindly call our office in case you would like more information and confirm the session at 011-42090909.
S. No. Date and Time Session Summary and Audience
1 28th January, Wednesday
at 4 p.m.  
Session@ American Center: Graduate and Undergraduate Studies

OPT/CPT and work while you are studying

International students are often not clear about the regulations of work on a student visa. This session would cover the work related regulations on a student visa.

Govt. approved photo ID is mandatory for entry into the American Center. Kindly reach the venue at least twenty minutes in advance to comply with the security procedures.  
2 30th January
at 4:30 p.m.  
Friday Webinar/Online Session: Undergraduate Studies How to Make Your U.S. Undergraduate Education Affordable – A session by Foothill De Anza College, California

Learn how to make your U.S. higher education more affordable. Hear U.S. university representative talk about studying at community colleges.

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3 3rd February, Tuesday
at 4 p.m.  
Facebook Chat: Graduate & 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  
4th February, Wednesday
at 4 p.m.  
Session@ American Center: Graduate and Undergraduate Studies

Things you can do after you have submitted your application

Students can do different things as a follow-up to their U.S. University application. Planning for finances to familiarization with the university and its program, and self-development during this period will be covered in this session.

Govt. approved photo ID is mandatory for entry into the American Center. Kindly reach the venue at least twenty minutes in advance to comply with the security procedures.  
5 6th February, Friday
at 4 p.m.  
Friday Webinar/Online Session: Highly recommended for undergraduate and graduate students applying for Fall 2016

Discover American Higher Education: 5 Steps of Applying to a U.S. University


The session will provide students interested in studying the United States an overview to the application process. They will understand "EducationUSA's 5 Steps of Applying to a U.S. University" and be able to navigate the EducationUSA website benefit from the resources available there.
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6 7th February, Saturday
at 11 a.m.  
Specialized Session @USIEF: Undergraduate Studies

Advantage Advanced Placement (AP)Tests

An EducationUSA adviser will inform students will be briefed about the AP Tests and the benefits of writing them. Students will be guided to resources, online and offline for registering and preparing for the tests.  
7 10th February, Tuesday
at 4 p.m.  
Facebook Chat: Graduate & 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  
8 10th February, Tuesday
at 4:30 p.m.  
Specialized University Session @ USIEF: Graduate Studies

From I to U – The admission process from India to USA - by representatives of Hofstra University and New Jersey Institute of Technology

The session will help student understand the entire process of gaining admission and attending a U.S. university. Session will shed light on process to research schools and to apply, the I-20 process, registering for classes, and arriving on campus.

To register click on: http://goo.gl/YtSi6u  
9 11th February, Wednesday
at 4 p.m.  
Session@ American Center: Graduate and Undergraduate Studies

Getting your finances and documentary evidence together for your U.S. study
This session will discuss the significance of financial planning and help students and parents understand the various documentary evidence accepted by U.S. Universities to complete formalities related to acceptance and issue of I 20.

Govt. approved photo ID is mandatory for entry into the American Center. Kindly reach the venue at least twenty minutes in advance to comply with the security procedures.  
10 13th February, Friday
at 4 p.m.  
Friday Webinar/Online Session: Undergraduate Students

Advantage AP: The Advanced Placement Tests

An EducationUSA adviser will inform students about the AP Tests and the benefits of writing them. Students will be guided to resources, online and offline for registering and preparing for the tests.

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11 17th February, Tuesday
at 4 p.m.  
Facebook Chat: Graduate & 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  
12 18th February, Wednesday
at 4p.m.  
Session@ American Center: Graduate and Undergraduate Studies

Step Two: How to submit a winning application

If admission to a U.S. 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.

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.  
13 24th February, Tuesday
at 4 p.m.  
Facebook Chat: Graduate & 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 27th February
at 4:30 p.m.  
Friday Webinar/Online Session: Undergraduate Students

Understanding the Transfer Process for Undergraduate Studies: Applications and Timelines


The webinar will help Indian undergraduate students interested in transferring to a U.S. university get answers to the following questions:

  1. Who is a transfer student and what is the transfer process like to a U.S. University from an Indian college/university?
  2. What are its advantages of transferring to a U.S. university after your first/second year of college?
  3. What is required of an international student who transfers to a U.S. university?
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