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  • EducationUSA advising centers are supported by the US Department of State Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs Information Resource Branch. Advising prospective int’l students on the full range of academic opportunities in the US. Information is accurate, comprehensive, objective, and timely. Worldwide operation, explain advising network in your country. Go to website and choose find an advising center.
  • Here are just a few of the reasons why over 670,000 international students from around the world are furthering their education in the United States: Quality, Choice, Value, and Flexibility Note to Adviser: Personal testimonials and/or those of students you know are particularly important to include when speaking on these main four points in the following slides.
  • U.S. colleges are known worldwide for the quality of their facilities, faculty, and resources. The U.S. is home to 75% of both the worlds top 20 and top 40 universities and over half of the top 100 . Its faculty are of the highest caliber and come from diverse backgrounds. As a result, the U.S. produces 63% of the worlds most highly cited publications , has published 30% of the worlds scientific papers , and employs 70% of the world’s Nobel Prize winners . - U.S. spending on research and development accounts for 40% of the world total , and an estimated $49 billion of this is spent directly by U.S. institutions.
  • The U.S. education system features the largest diversity of institutions, entry requirements, degree programs, and areas in which you can specialize. There are more than 4,500 i nstitutions of higher education in the United States with over 10,000 academic programs to choose from. This includes English Language Programs, Two-Year Community Colleges, Four-Year Colleges & Universities, and Graduate programs. There are also programs that can be done in part or entirely online. There is a wide range of academic and social environments – and there is one that is just right for you
  • A wide range of tuition fees and living costs , plus some financial help from colleges, make study in the U.S. affordable for hundreds of thousands of international students each year. Current immigration regulations permit international students to work part-time (up to 20hours per week) on campus. Optional Practical Training (OPT) allows up to 12 months of practical internship training to foreign students enrolled and participating full-time in a U.S. college or university. Students of science, technology, engineering, or math (STEM) may apply for a total of 29 months .
  • U.S. colleges and universities offer the worlds greatest range of course options , and changing majors mid program is usually possible. There is also the option for students to transfer between institutions . Completing the first two years of a degree at one institution - such as a community college - and then moving to another, is very common. English language and American cultural programs are available. These programs also allow international students to gain conditional enrollment in a degree program if their English language skills are not yet ready for coursework. Two-year, four-year, and master programs can be completed in less time on fast-track programs. Students also have the option to take courses during the day or night.
  • Interactive Classrooms: All students partake in the discussion. This will provide you with the intercultural communication skills, new perspectives, and command of English you need to compete in the global marketplace. Academic Assignments : Rather than memorization, US institutions focus on the students ability to critically think and analyze problems. The ability to do this in a foreign environment is among the most highly sought after skills today. Team Learning : Your academics will also focus on interpersonal collaboration, being creative, and taking a proactive approach to learning. At the same time, you will be gaining life long colleagues from the US and all over the world.
  • U.S. higher education is not subject to a central government authority and institutions are free to design curriculum. U.S. institutions have strong reputations for specific programs, facilities, faculty, resources, and so on, but there is no official system to rank them. Students make their choices based on what best suits their own personal needs and career/life goals. Regional and national accreditation is given to ensure institutional standards. It is important to check the accreditation of an institution with the Council on Higher Education Accreditation (hyperlinked to the CHEA webpage). Transferring from one institution to another is common. Typically, the credit must be received from an institution with regional accreditation in order to be eligible for transfer. Community colleges often have transfer agreements with colleges and universities within state. The academic semester is September through May and many institutions offer summer semesters. Each institution has its own entrance requirements and these often vary. A national entrance examination is not required for admissions.
  • Benefits of starting your degree at a Community College include smaller class sizes, more individual attention, lower tuition fees, and the opportunity to complete only the last two years of an undergraduate program at a 4-year college or university. Undergraduate programs are offered in a wide range of institutions and specializations. The first two years are focused on general education requirements and the last two years are spent in the major/minor. Graduate and Postgraduate studies offer more focus and research in your major/minor. The student can earn a Masters degree and then choose to complete a PhD degree as well. Professional degrees are also offered and typically for those career choices which require licensure.
  • Note: Use the hyperlinks if internet is available. 12 – 18 Months Prior: - Your planning should begin at least 1 year prior to departure. When choosing a school, you must first decide what is important for you and consider factors such as cost, reputation, environment, social life, admission requirements, future goals, and so on. Official U.S. State Dept. supported EducationUSA advising centers and libraries can assist you throughout the entire admissions process. There are also a number of college search engines available online. You may also be eligible for financial assistance. Check with the school and the FundingUSStudy website. 8 – 12 Months Prior Application requirements vary depending on institution and program. Your selected school may also accept the common application form. If tests are required, begin preparation and register for them. This may include English Language tests, SAT, GRE, GMAT, and so on. Application Deadlines must be met and you should take advantage of early deadlines whenever possible 4 – 6 Months Prior - You should receive acceptance letters between April and June. Notify your final choice and let the others know you regrettably decline. Upon receipt of your I-20 and SEVIS I-901 payment receipt, apply to your nearest U.S. embassy or consulate for a visa. This should be as far in advance of your departure date as possible Arrange for a bank to help manage your finances in the US. Get Ready to Go! Your campus International Student Office will assist you with making the necessary preparations. EducationUSA offers Pre Departure Orientations in the Fall for outbound international students. Information is also available on our website.
  • List all upcoming events at your center and in your city/country that may be of interest to prospective international students to the United States. If internet is available, you can go to your center page to display event information.
  • Opportunity for Question/Answer Offer email follow-up for any questions that need more time to answer Call to Action: Visit An EducationUSA Advising Center
  • Education USA Outreach

    1. 1. Santiago Robledo Salazar Centro Colombo Americano [email_address] Tel 8811525 Ext 111 Your Official Source on U.S. Higher Education
    2. 2. Sobre EducationUSA <ul><li>Programa del Departamento de Estado para dar consejería a estudiantes internacionales </li></ul><ul><li>Información precisa, comprensiva y actualizada </li></ul><ul><li>Más de 400 centros en 170 países </li></ul><ul><li> </li></ul><ul><li> </li></ul>
    3. 3. ¿Por que escoger USA? <ul><li>Calidad </li></ul><ul><li>Opciones </li></ul><ul><li>Valor </li></ul><ul><li>Flexibilidad </li></ul>
    4. 4. Calidad
    5. 5. Opciones
    6. 6. Valor
    7. 7. Flexibilidad
    8. 8. Beneficios de Educación - USA
    9. 9. <ul><li>No hay una autoridad Central o Rankings oficiales </li></ul><ul><li>Acreditación Regional y Nacional </li></ul><ul><li>Sistema de Transferencia de Créditos </li></ul><ul><li>Año académico: Septiembre – Mayo </li></ul><ul><li>No hay un examen nacional de Admisión </li></ul>Un Vistazo Rápido de la Educación en USA
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    11. 11. Cronograma
    12. 12. Eventos Próximos
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