The EducationUSA U.S. University Virtual Fairs 2022, to be held on Saturday, September 3, and Saturday, September 10, will provide an online platform for students and their parents to interact with more than 100 accredited U.S. universities and colleges. There is no participation fee, but registration is required.
For students seeking master’s or PhD programs in the United States:
EducationUSA U.S. University Graduate Virtual Fair 2022
Saturday, September 3, 2022 | 6:00 – 9:00 PM IST Registration link: https://bit.ly/
For high-school students seeking bachelor’s programs in the United States:
EducationUSA U.S. University Undergraduate Virtual Fair 2022
Saturday, September 10, 2022 | 6:00 – 9:00 PM IST Registration link: https://bit.ly/
The participating U.S. higher-education institutions offer a range of academic programs at the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral levels and are located throughout the United States. The fair attendees can learn about various programs and admission criteria at this virtual fair from the comfort of their homes. The discussions with U.S. universities and EducationUSA advisers, and U.S. Embassy representatives will help students make informed choices about U.S. higher education, learn about the U.S. student visa application process, and several other aspects of studying and living in the U.S.
“The United States welcomes Indian students and values their contribution to U.S. campuses and communities. Much of our 75 years of U.S.-India diplomatic relations is built on the exchange of knowledge and the lifelong friendships rooted in study abroad. We encourage you to explore the diversity of U.S. study opportunities represented at the EducationUSA University Fairs and to look to EducationUSA for reliable information and support throughout your application process,” says Chargé d’Affaires Patricia Lacina.
“EducationUSA India is committed to providing easy access to information about U.S. higher-education through our many online resources, such as our upcoming virtual fairs. We invite students to use this opportunity to move closer to their dreams of studying in the United States. We also encourage parents to
participate in these virtual fairs and interact directly with representatives from U.S. higher-education institutions, all from the safety and comfort of their homes or offices,” says Adam Grotsky, Executive Director, United States-India Educational Foundation.