Friday, August 23, 2013

[FREE WEBINAR] U.S. Undergraduate Admissions: Do's and Don'ts


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Did you know that there are over 300,000 international students in the United States working towards an undergraduate degree?

If you are currently a student outside of the U.S. who is considering an undergraduate degree program in the U.S. then WES Student Advisor is here to provide you with free and reliable advice directly from a U.S. international admissions expert. Join us on August 23rd, 2013 for a FREE Q&A webinar!

Evelyn Levinson, our Admissions Expert, will share her knowledge and insider tips on the U.S. undergraduate admissions process. She will provide advice on what to do AND what not to do when applying to the U.S.!

Alexandre Kleis, our Student Ambassador, will answer questions about his experience applying to a U.S. university detailing what you really need to know.


Some questions that will be answered are: 

  • What are the advantages to studying in the U.S.?
  • What course or extracurricular requirements do I need to fulfill?
  • Where can I find help with my application?
  • How do I write a good personal statement?
  • What are admissions officers looking for in an international student applicant?

Speakers:
Admissions Expert:Student Ambassador:Moderator:
Evelyn Levinson
Director, 
International Admissions, American University
Alexandre Kleis
B.S. Candidate,
University of Pennsylvania
Paul Schulmann
Research Associate,
World Education Services


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WES Student Advisor provides international students with free tips and advice from university admissions experts to expand your educational opportunities in the United States. On this website, you will find tools and resources to help you prepare for the university admissions process. Learn more about WES Student Advisor.

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