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We invite you to attend the College Board Virtual University Fair 2020, and meet Admission Leaders from some of the world’s best universities.
Learn from top global universities about Undergraduate admissions – post Covid, application requirements and best practices, and more. Get a chance to interact with them, ask questions and find out more about studying at a university abroad.
US and Canada: August 7, 2020 at 6:30 pm, IST
1. Columbia University
2. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
3. McGill University
4. Pomona College
5. Purdue University
Rest of the World: August 8, 2020 at 11 am, IST
1. Cambridge University (United Kingdom)
2. The University of Hong Kong
3. The University of Melbourne (Australia)
4. Yale-NUS College (Singapore)
The event is free and open to all students and parents. Registration is mandatory.
The College Board is a mission driven not-for-profit organization that connects students to college success and opportunity with its programs and services in university readiness and success — including SAT® and the Advanced Placement Program ®. Each year, the College Board helps more than seven million students across 185 countries and territories to prepare for a successful transition to higher education
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EducationUSA College Preparatory Program & Research PaperWriting component. It helped me in getting a job as a tutor and a marketer at my school.”
Meet Murad Hazhibaev – Opportunity Funds recipient and outstanding EducationUSA college-prep program alumni from Turkmenistan. Murad is an ambitious Business major student and a recipient of full-tuition Pillars Scholarship award from Waldorf University (IA). Murad’s strong dedication and enthusiasm is shown through his active involvement in volunteering and multiple student clubs, such as Warriors Writing Club. Murad’s outstanding academic performance helped him to get into Honors Leadership program, and included into Dean’s List at Waldorf University within his freshman year. Moreover, his active involvement as a Telemarketer for the Alumni Relations Phone-a-thon Room at Waldorf helped to contribute a raise of $20,000 for the Waldorf Lutheran College Foundation. Recently, Murad has connected with dozens of students from Turkmenistan through the EducationUSA Scholar Talk virtual series, and shared his experience of financing education in the US. This motivated and inspired many prospective students to apply and go to college in the US. Keep up an active work and commitment to academics and community, Murad.
All public activities at the American Councils office in Ashgabat and American Corners in Mary, Turkmenabat and Dashoguz are temporary suspended until further notice.
In the meantime, we offer virtual educational activities and consultations on our programs and U.S. education. Please join us at our IMO accounts below:
- Mary American Corner (+993 61277496)
- Dashoguz American Corner (+993 63903729)
- Turkmenabat American Corner (+993 63968579)
Note: These are the only official American Councils IMO accounts.
Interact with us for interesting posts on:
– Professional development
– Education in the USA
– Exploring America
– Cultural exchange between the USA and Turkmenistan
and interesting facts about science, engineering, technology, art and math.