While inaugurating the celebration, the Cultural Affairs Officer of the US Embassy Dhaka Isabelle highlighted the significant role of EducationUSA and how the United States values the participation of international students
EducatiuonUSA at the EMK Center recently Celebrated International Education Week 2020 regionally with India and Nepal, featuring 20+ popular US Universities.
While inaugurating the celebration, the Cultural Affairs Officer of the US Embassy Dhaka Isabelle highlighted the significant role of EducationUSA and how the United States values the participation of international students, said a press release.
She also said, "If you wish to explore the opportunity to learn and grow and to live in an alternative lifestyle, there are universities for you. There is a place for everybody. The task is to find it, and we are there to assist."
The Director of Admissions from those popular universities from various area and states of America guided almost 1000 students from November 10 to November 26, according to the press release.
The topic ranges from application requirements to funding and scholarship scopes search, admission essay, finding PhD, to latest changes in admission due to Covid-19, the press release said.
Two EducationUSA College Preparation Cohort Advisees from Bangladesh who secured commendable scholarships at NYU Shanghai and McNeese State University respectively demonstrated the key consideration for a commendable university admission application.
Teachers from 200 high schools and colleges from various parts of Bangladesh attended the concluding sessions.
Professionals from a2i, EMK Center, and GEIST International Foundation showcased how teachers can adapt to the rapidly changing academic and industry needs and how they can capitalize their network to get future-ready, the press release added.
Mohammad Kabir Hossain, attached officer of a2i said, "a2i expecting it from the teachers to start practicing knowledge, skills, and attitude in their classroom to ensure quality education."
EducationUSA Advisers provided information on how teachers can help students in achieving their higher education goals, the press release further said.
Official information regarding US study and preparation can be found at http://educationusa.state.gov/.