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Free Webinar on Tracking your Application & Applying for Visa

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On January 21, 2015, WES Student Advisor are hosting a free live webinar for prospective international students who want to learn more about what steps to take after submitting their U.S. college applications and how to tackle the F-1 visa process.

Tracking your Application & Applying for Visa

The topics of discussion in the webinar are:

  • What should students do after they have submitted their applications? What are some do's and don'ts of communicating with the admissions office?
  • What are the steps for securing an F-1 student visa?
  • What are some work opportunities for international students with an F-1visa?

About the webinar
Just because your application has been sent does not mean all the work is over! Have you submitted all your college applications? Wondering what to do next? Do you have questions about how and when to start the international student F-1 visa process?

Admission expert Ellen Blauw, director of the Office of International Education at Marquette University, and Jie Ma, a current international student at New York University, will provide realistic and unique advice on how to track your applications and apply for a visa.

Webinar participants will get a chance to ask questions directly to the admissions expert and student ambassador.

To register for free click here.

For more information about the event, click here.

About WES Student Advisor: WES Student Advisor is an initiative of World Education Services (WES), a non-profit with 40 years' experience in international education and offices in New York and Toronto. As a part of its non-profit mission, WES Student Advisor provides prospective international student's access to free GPA and degree calculators, webinars by university admissions experts, tips on application procedure from international students who have been through the process, checklists and articles on admission trends by university admissions experts.

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