Past Events in 2019

How to Study English Effectively

Wednesday, March 27, 3:00 – 4:30pm
Speaker: Greg Ladd, Director of International Admission, Director of Summer Language Institute, St. Thomas More School

Some students enjoy learning English for its own sake.   Others just want it as a tool so that they can learn to do what they love.  Either way, the language should be presented in a way that is interesting, relevant, and just a little above a student’s level.  The Longman Keystone series presents the vocabulary and topics in a way research has shown to be effective.  Greg Ladd from St. Thomas More School in Oakdale, CT will teach a sample lesson following a procedure that will help students not only learn the words, but use them correctly in different situations.  It will be a fun and engaging lesson that will give all students an opportunity to learn, perform in groups, and maybe even in front of the group.  Students who attend the seminar will leave with more confidence, materials, and a procedure that they can follow in their ESL or Academic classes.

Why Choose an Institute of Technology?

Friday, March 22, 3:00 – 4:30pm
Speaker: Benjamin Dobbs, Senior International Advisor, New York Institute of Technology

Do you have what it takes to immerge in this rapidly changing world? Are you ready to take on the tasks of the future? Join EducationUSA and New York Institute of Technology to discuss about why studying at an institute of technology will prepare you to succeed. You will also get the opportunities to ask about programs and scholarships offered to international students. Don’t miss out on this wonderful opportunity.

Get Ready for Careers in Engineering and Business

Tuesday, March 19, 3:00 – 4:30p.m
Speakers: Steven Duke, Associate Vice President for Global Strategy and International Initiatives, University of Nebraska

Rapid advances in technology have contributed significantly to a dynamic economy. Engineers and business leaders are needed to lead in innovation, drive discovery, create opportunity, empower individuals and contribute to modern society and economic development. In this presentation, two visitors from University of Nebraska will discuss academic programs in business and engineering. They will also discuss career opportunities for people with business and engineering degrees.

EducationUSA Spring Fair 2019

EducationUSA is thrilled to announce that registration is NOW OPEN for EducationUSA Spring Fair 2019 hosted in Hanoi! This is an excellent opportunity for international students and parents to meet with 60 U.S. colleges and universities, to obtain firsthand information about U.S. student visa from U.S. Embassy Consular Officer, and to listen to ETS Global representative share about the GRE test.

Time: Friday, March 8, 2019, 2:00 – 6:00PM
Venue: Melia Hotel, 44B Ly Thuong Kiet, Hanoi

For more information about U.S. colleges and universities at the EducationUSA Spring Fair 2019 in Hanoi, please visit our website here.

Studying STEM with Scholarships

Wednesday, February 20, 3:00 – 4:30p.m.
Speakers: Michael Voegerl, Director of Student Affairs, International Programs, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology (New Mexico Tech)

New Mexico Tech (NMT) is a research university in central New Mexico in the southwest of the US.  New Mexico Tech is a STEM university that offers Bachelor’s of Science, and Masters and PhD degrees and many science and engineering fields.  In this presentation, NMT faculty and staff members will be discussing different STEM programs that STEM universities offer in the U.S., with particular emphasis on Petroleum Engineering, Earth and Environmental Sciences and Engineering as well as Computer Science and Information Technology.  The speakers will also talk about scholarships and the culture of education in the U.S.

Registration is not required, but recommended at