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Posted by U.S. Embassy India on Tuesday, March 20, 2018
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EducationUSA is the Department of State’s official advising network providing accurate, comprehensive and current information on U.S. higher education. In India, three EducationUSA partners administer seven centers in Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Mumbai employing more than 30 student advisors. We encourage all students considering higher education in the United States to check out EducationUSA online followed by engagement with one of the centers. Bhutanese students are welcome to connect with either Delhi or Kolkata. Experienced advisers will guide you through the entire admissions process; everything from helping you select the right institution to providing you guidance on preparing your personal statement to filling out financial aid forms to what to pack in your suitcase.
Indo American Education Society is a non-profit organization running the EducationUSA advising center in Ahmedabad.
U.S.-India Educational Foundation (USIEF) promotes mutual understanding through educational exchange of outstanding scholars, professionals and students. Also known as the Fulbright Commission, USIEF administers the EducationUSA centers in New Delhi, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kolkata, and Mumbai. Write to EducationUSA@usief.org. in for more information.
Y-Axis Foundation, a non-profit organization, is the newest addition to the EducationUSA network in India and is situated in the heart of Hyderabad. To learn more, please visit: https://www.yaxisfoundation.org/about.html
Yashna Trust is a non-profit organization running the EducationUSA advising center in Bangalore.