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Hanoi EducationUSA’s Public Events
Registration is not required, but recommended here.
Wednesday April 11, 3:00 – 4:30pm
Speakers: Dr. Vanita Misquita, Director of Overseas Programs, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago
One of the best ways for students to have real world experience is to join cooperative education programs, or co-op. With co-op programs, they have the opportunity to work full time in their fields of study, exploring potential careers with different employers and gaining the real-world know-how. Please join Dr. Vanita Misquita from Illinois Institute of Technology to learn more about how U.S. universities and colleges prepare their students for co-op programs, co-op opportunities in the U.S., as well as scholarships opportunities for international students at Illinois Tech.
Cost-effective options to attend college in the U.S.
Friday, April 13, 3:00 – 4:30pm
Speaker: Hewa Schwan, International Recruitment Manager, Bellevue College
Attending college in the U.S. can be quite expensive. However, there are different ways to finance your U.S. study that can save your family thousands of dollars each year. Please join Mr. Hewa Schwan from Bellevue College in his presentation to explore different options of financing your education in the U.S.
Thursday April 19, 3:00 – 4:30pm
Speaker: Lixing Li, International Admissions Recruiter, University of Missouri
How to make your application outstanding? What kind of students are admissions officers looking for? Have many questions on living and studying in the U.S.? Lixing is going to share her experience studying in the U.S. as a previous international student. She is also going to shed lights on U.S. college admissions from the perspective of US admissions advisor.