Your dream of studying in USA starts from here!

Your dream of studying in USA starts from here!

More than 60 US institutions of higher education promote study opportunities in the US through a free virtual educational fair

The US Embassy and Consulates in Brazil in partnership with EducationUSA, the State Department’s official network for study in the United States, will bring a second EducationUSA Virtual Fair on August 25, 2021 (Wednesday) for Brazilians looking to study in the United States. . Many North American universities will exist, promoting opportunities for undergraduate, graduate (master’s and doctoral), intensive English and short-term courses.

During the event, attendees will be able to access detailed information about admissions procedures and requirements, costs, funding options and scholarships. In addition, students will be able to answer questions directly with representatives from US universities, which are responsible for admitting international students from participating institutions, and the EducationUSA team will also be on duty to answer any questions.

Lectures will also be given on the US educational system, undergraduate and graduate admissions process, financial aid, exams required to enter a US institution, and procedures for obtaining student visas.

Participate and learn how you can be the next student moving to the US!

EducationUSA is the official US government agency for study in the United States. EducationUSA centers are present in over 400 offices representing approximately 170 countries. In Brazil, EducationUSA has a network of 43 offices, whose mission is to facilitate access to up-to-date, accurate and detailed information about study opportunities in higher education in the United States.

For more information about this press release, contact the US Embassy Brasilia Press Office by email[email protected]. Join our broadcast list on WhatsApp: Add Number (61) 99674-8008 Send a message to your contact list and with your name and the vehicle you represent.

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