International Student Network (ISN) hosted the American Education Scholarship Expo in New Delhi on February 25, 2014 at The Park Hotel, located at 15 Parliament Street.
The highlight of this event was the merit based scholarships which are offered to both undergraduate and graduate students. The Councilors at the Expo also explained about merit based scholarship opportunities along with the details about tuition, housing, application requirement and visa processing.
The exhibition would be simultaneously held at Hyderabad, Chennai, and Ahmedabad.
This event was supported by US Department of Commerce in New Delhi. This event includes a Student Visa Seminar presented by the U.S. Consular officer, which explains the Visa process for students. The seminar is a great opportunity for parents and students to address any concerns they might have about visa process, application, fees, etc. Once the seminar started at 5.30 pm the students thronged the venue with their queries regarding the universities and its courses offered.
The Scholarship Event includes representatives from the top 25 Universities in the US such as, University of San Francisco ($20,000), Concord University ($12,500), Drexel University- Full Tuition, Drury University ($21,000), University of Bridgeport ($15,000), Bennington College-Full Tuition, College for Creative Studies ($15,000), Oklahoma City University ($17,500), Pennsylvania State University- Erie ($5,000), University of Wisconsin Platteville ($5,000), Boston Architectural College ($5,000), Milwaukee School of Engineering ($12,000), Concordia University Wisconsin ($6,000) and many more. Representatives from these universities will be present at the American Education Expo. Come, meet them; be rewarded for your achievements and hard work in high school with an American college scholarship.
This event is free to the public, for more information and to register please visit http://www.studentlane.com/en_us/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=93&Itemid=119.
The American Education Expo is a free chance for potential future students and parents to meet face to face with representatives from the top 25 universities in the US. In the 2012/13 academic year over 100,754 students from India were studying in the United States.
India is the second leading place of origin for students going to the United States, this is because America still is the number one destination for foreign students to pursue their higher education.