Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Science & Engineering: Drilling Through U.S. Admissions

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About 27.8% of all international students in the U.S. are studying in the fields of Engineering, Math, and Computer Science. Are you also an international student looking to enter this field of study?

If you are, 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 September 11th, 2013 for a FREE Q&A webinar!

Raymond Lutzky, our Admissions Expert from NYU-Poly, will share insider tips on the undergraduate and graduate admissions process for students pursuing science and engineering majors.

Rohini Swaminathan, our Student Ambassador from India, will also answer questions about her experience applying to and studying in the U.S. as an engineering student.

Admissions Expert:Student Ambassador:Moderator:
Raymond Lutzky
Senior Director, Graduate Enrollment and Admissions, Polytechnic Institute of New York University
Rohini Swaminathan
Master of Civil Engineering, 
Purdue University
Mirae Kang
Research Associate,
World Education Services

Some questions that will be answered are:
  • What are the benefits to studying science and engineering in the U.S.?
  • What are admissions officers looking for in an international student applicant?
  • How can I secure funding for my studies?
  • What are my career prospects after graduation as an international student?

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn from and ask questions to our U.S. Admissions Expert and Student Ambassador! We encourage you to join us and please feel free to pass this invitation along to friends who may be interested in participating.


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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