American education fair by The Princeton Review
The Princeton Review is having an American education fair entitled “Study USA – Talking with Education Experts” with the attendance of Mr. Michael, who has 28 years working at The Princeton Review, one of the largest test prep and college consultant company in the United States. Parents and students who intend to study in the United States will receive helpful advice along with an overview of U.S. education, and how to build an individualized study route. Mr. Michael will walk you through the detailed process of applying to prestigious universities in the United States, preparing for financial aid, scholarship applications, SAT/ACT strategies, as well as essay writing tips that will help you impress the Ivy League admissions board.
Study tour: “Study abroad orientation – Prepare for a global career”
Duc Anh Study Abroad Consultancy Company will organize an education seminar with the topic of “Study abroad orientation – Prepare for a global career”. The workshop is designed to answer questions relating to college applications, financial proofing and student visa policies in Australia, Canada and New Zealand. Participants also have the opportunity to receive free application screening, check their academic strengths, financial ability and be guided through effective IELTS / Pearson test taking strategies.
The Obama Foundation Scholars Program 2019-2020 at Columbia University, U.S.
Applications for the Obama Foundation Scholars Program are now open! The Obama Foundation Scholars Program seeks to support dynamic, collaborative, rising leaders from around the world in an innovative one-year academic experience. The scholarship will cover all tuition and fees for up to four courses at Columbia University, monthly stipend to assist with living expenses in New York City, basic medical, dental and life insurance for the duration of the program, Air travel to and from home country and any program-related activities, and many other attractive benefits. This scholarship belongs to leadership development programming led by the Obama Foundation that will help scholars gain the real-world skills, tools and experiences to expand the impact of their work when they return home.
Half and full scholarship for Primary, Secondary and High school students from Rome International School, Italian 2019-2020
Rome International School is offering scholarships for international students for the academic year 2019-2020. Scholarships are available for elementary school and middle/high school students. The aim of the scholarship is to encourage high achieving international students to join the school through recognition of academic talent and an understanding of potential financial restrictions. Rome International School’s mission is to provide a nurturing environment in which children of all nationalities and faiths can explore and respect their own and each other’s cultural and religious heritage. In general, applicants need to have a minimum level of Italian corresponding to B2 in the Europass Language Passport classification.