The fair will guide students to make informed choices about US higher education, learn about US student visas, and living in the US
EducationUSA is hosting in-person fairs across 8 cities in India for aspiring students and parents keen to learn about opportunities to pursue higher education in the US. There is no participation fee, but prior registration is required.
EducationUSA is a US Department of State network of international student advising centers in more than 170 countries, as part of the Office of Global Educational Programs.
Being organized in collaboration with the US Embassy and the United States-India Educational Foundation, these in-person interactions will present the aspiring students and their parents an opportunity to meet with representatives of 38 accredited universities and colleges from the US, for bachelor’s as well as master’s and Ph.D. programs.
“We welcome the opportunity to help Indian students achieve their dreams. Whether you are researching your options at an American Center, walking through the application process with EducationUSA, or enjoying the world-class instruction and facilities you will find on a US campus, the United States is honored to support you on your road to success,” said Eric Garcetti, the US Ambassador to India.
The schedule for the 2023 EducationUSA “Study in the US” university fair will be starting with Hyderabad, on August 26; Mumbai, on August 27; Pune, on August 28; New Delhi, on August 29; Ahmedabad, on August 30; Kolkata, on September 1; Chennai, on September 2; and Bengaluru, on September 3.
In-person interactions with US universities, EducationUSA advisers, and US Embassy representatives at the fair will guide students to make informed choices about US higher education, learn about the US student visa application process, and know other aspects of studying and living in the US.
“This year, we are happy to bring back our signature ‘in-person’ fairs where students can interact face-to-face with representatives of a wide variety of accredited US universities and colleges, all under one roof,” said Adam Grotsky, Executive Director of United States-India Educational Foundation.