Registration is not required, but recommended at https://goo.gl/FR3w3K
Thursday, October 3, 3:00 – 4:30p.m
How students can utilize their limited available resources on campus to gain maximum exposure?
Presenter: Rohit Dalal, Associate Director of Admission, Coe College
Being as an international student in the USA you have limited amount of resources. Learn what are those resources and how to utilize them to gain the maximum exposure. Practices that you should invest for a better success.
Thursday, October 10, 3:00 – 4:30p.m
How U.S. Schools Help Students Gear Up for Jobs
Presenter: Lindsye Craig, Butler University
As prospective students and parents increasingly assess schools for how well they help graduates gear up for the job market, colleges are responding. From internships to co-op programs, from career advising to project-based learning, U.S. universities and colleges make their students ready for the world or work.
Wednesday, October 16, 3:00 – 4:30p.m
Apply to Graduate Schools in the U.S. and Prepare a Competitive Application Package
Speakers: Professors from Cornell University
Are you planning to apply to graduate schools in the U.S.? Are you looking for scholarships to pursue Master’s and Ph.D. degree, especially in the fields of science and technology? If so, this event on “How to Apply to Graduate Schools in the U.S.” is for you. Leading U.S. professors from Cornell University, one of the Ivy League schools, will share with the prospective students the ways to apply to graduate schools in the U.S., how to prepare an application package, the diversity of degrees and institutions, how to write a statement of purpose or what the graduate admission committee looks for from a letter of recommendation.