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What is Undergraduate Cohort Advising?  It is a group advising session that assists high school students who want to be strong applicants to U.S. colleges and universities.  Participants meet year-round with an EducationUSA Adviser to get an in-depth understanding on US Undergraduate:

  • Higher Education System;
  • Application Timeline;
  • Best Fit School & Major;
  • Standardized tests;
  • Scholarship Opportunities;
  • Application and Scholarship Essay Writing;
  • SAT, TOEFL, Academic Reading and Writing


  • Strong interest in applying to U.S. College or University;
  • Advanced English language skills;
  • Secondary high school students;
  • Good academic standing;
  • Goal oriented and highly motivated;
  • Able to commit for the program duration and online session;


  • Build a strong U.S. college application;
  • Improve academic writing skills;
  • Competitive SAT/TOEFL scores;
  • develop extracurricular activities;
  • Advantage in applying for scholarships and financial aid;
  • Scholarship eligibility to pay for tests and educational travel;

Session Duration: February 2022 – January 2023

Format: Virtual, with a possibility to switch to in-person weekend workshops if situation allows


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Become a strong applicant to U.S. institutions by being EducationUSA certified!

EducationUSA Turkmenistan: International Education Week 2020

From November 16th to 20th, EducationUSA has organized a series of online webinars to celebrate the worldwide event – the annual International Education Week (IEW) reaching out to over 291 people virtually. As IEW boasted with its 21st anniversary this year, EducationUSA organized the week full of virtual workshops featuring guest speakers from the US Higher Educational Institutions, US Embassy Ashgabat, American Councils and alumni of different US government sponsored and exchange programs who shared their personal academic experiences in the US, led panel discussions, educational activities, and shared information with interested students about US higher education institutions, degree programs, financial aid opportunities, and test taking strategies, all targeting one goal – to provide an in-depth understanding about the US higher education system and opportunities for international students.

International Education Week 2020 (IEW)

Join us at the annual International Education Week (IEW) to celebrate the 21st Anniversary of IEW and learn about the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide. There will be a lot of special educational presentations, activities and discussion panels targeting one goal – to introduce you to the educational, professional and exchange opportunities in the United States of America.

When: November 16 – 20, 2020
Where: Online via Zoom
How: Register ONCE to attend all sessions of your choice throughout the week-long events