Wednesday, February 5, 2014

[FREE WEBINAR] Applying to Science & Engineering Programs in the U.S.



Thank you for attending this webinar. Please find more information about upcoming webinars here.


Are you thinking about applying to school in the U.S. for a science and engineering degree? Are you confused about the process and requirements? Let WES Student Advisor help you figure it out!

Come join us on February 5th for a FREE webinar! This is your chance to ask questions about the benefits and process of applying to science and engineering programs in the U.S. from an experienced admission’s professional.
Mary Kreta, our Admissions Expert from the University of Alaska Fairbanks, and Student Ambassador, Bertrand Dushime, will share insider tips on the application process.


Some questions that will be answered are:
  • Why study in the U.S.?
  • What is the application process like?
  • What kind of grades and test scores do I need to be a competitive candidate?
  • What kind of scholarships and funding opportunities are out there?

Speakers:

Admissions Expert:Student Ambassador:Moderator:
Mary Kreta
Director of Recruitment,
University of Alaska Fairbanks
Bertrand Dushime
M.S. Candidate, Electrical Engineering, University of Alaska Fairbanks
Paul Schulmann
Research Associate, 
World Education Services

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

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1 comment:

  1. Hi
    How can I do for getting a scolarship to continue my studies in USA?

    ReplyDelete

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