Education fair: Studying in top schools of Australia
Studylink is having a school fair of “Australia’s top universities study exhibition” on Sunday, May 20th at Liberty Central Hotel Saigon City Point, Ho Chi Minh City. Attending this event, parents and students can learn more about scholarships, study opportunities, requirements, student visa policies, etc. Special questions about Australian immigration law will be addressed in detail. Don’t forget to bring your degree, transcripts from the last two years to get free registration fee and to consider granting scholarships on the spot.
June is the time when many British universities are closing their application form for the September 2018 academic year. This is also a submission deadline of many scholarships worth up to 50% – 100% tuition fee. The UK Study Tour, organized by IDP, will be the last chance for students to apply for this Fall Semester 2018. The seminar will help students quickly and accurately locate the opportunity and goal of their studies, as well as offer support from IDP specialists when choosing schools and find suitable scholarships.
COLLEGE COMPASS is an elite, intensive program that guides students through the application process for top universities and colleges abroad. Led by the two co-founders of Everest Education, Tony Ngo and Don Le, both of whom graduated from Stanford University and have served as alumni interviewers for Stanford, COLLEGE COMPASS guarantees admission to a Top 25 college. The program is now offering 10 full-tuition scholarships worth $10,000 each.
Study experience at Fairmont High School
Fairmont High School, USA, is an attractive choice for many parents who want their children to study abroad. 91% of their graduates can get in the top 100 universities in the U.S., according to U.S. News & World Report 2017. The number of students enrolled in leading universities is increasing steadily each year. The University has always applied high technology in teaching, updating curriculums, renovation to meet the needs of every student.