EducationUSA is resuming face-to-face operations with an information session on September 23 to guide Cordillera students to apply for higher education programs in the United States.
Manila, September 20, 2022—EducationUSA, the official U.S. government resource on U.S. higher education, invites prospective students from the Cordillera region to participate in its free “Study in the USA” information session on September 23 at the Baguio Burnham Suites in Baguio City.
During this in-person event, EducationUSA counselors will guide students and parents on undergraduate and graduate programs offered by US universities and colleges, application processes, financial aid opportunities, campus life and other helpful resources and practical advice for Filipinos wishing to pursue an education at Accredited Institutions of Higher Education in the United States. Interested participants can register via https://educationusaph.org/InfoSession.
On September 21 and 22, EducationUSA will also be offering counseling sessions to students from various Baguio City high schools and universities, such as Brent International School and St. Louis University.
As it expands its reach across the country since resuming in-person operations in Metro Manila and Cebu this year, EducationUSA is also inviting Filipinos to join the upcoming EducationUSA 2022 show on October 8 at the Shangri-La. Mandaluyong City Plaza, Metro Manila. This event, which will be held in person for the first time since 2019, will bring together several US higher education institutions, testing organizations and advisors to answer questions from aspiring students related to education in the United States.
EducationUSA provides free counseling services to prospective international students in more than 170 countries and offers students resources and tools to help them through the five stages of studying in the United States: finding schools, identifying opportunities for help finances, completing applications, obtaining a student visa and preparing for departure. .
There are more than 4,700 accredited colleges in the United States, and an EducationUSA advisor can help students narrow their options, set priorities, and plan their college careers. EducationUSA does not offer scholarships but can help students identify scholarship and financial aid opportunities.
For more information about EducationUSA, visit https://educationusaph.org/about.