Bengaluru, February 9: The U.S. Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration, U.S. Commercial Service in India, and U.S. Consulate General Chennai will host a series of free U.S. higher education fairs in Bengaluru, Manipal, Mangaluru, Kochi, and Coimbatore from February 12-20.
U.S. Consul General Chennai Christopher Hodges highlighted that the United States remains the top host of international students globally, a reflection of the quality, diversity, and innovation of American higher education institutions. He also spoke about how the U.S.-India initiative on critical and emerging technologies, known as iCET, will drive new advances and investment in next generation fields like commercial space, artificial intelligence, quantum, and green hydrogen and the role U.S. and Indian universities and business can play in that effort.
He said, “The U.S. Consulate General in Chennai is connecting American universities to South Indian business and research partners to harness the immense talent in both our countries to drive growth and foster the innovation that will take our relationship to the next level. In these cities, we see the top-quality Indian students and dynamic institutions that will help to get us there. And we’re proud to help bring U.S. university partners to south India that showcase the strength and dynamism of U.S. higher education.”
The U.S. Consulate General Chennai encourages students in Bengaluru, Kochi, and Coimbatore to come plan their #StudyInTheUS dream with our official social media handle @EdUSA_India.
The fair is open to students interested in master’s or doctoral programs in the United States. Visitors will have the opportunity to meet 18 U.S. higher education representatives, EducationUSA advisers, and visa officers/diplomats from U.S. Consulate General Chennai, during the fair. Officers will present information on U.S. higher education, student visas, and answer questions.
The fair is free and open to all students interested in U.S. higher education. Registration is mandatory. You can register at https://yocket.com/events/graduate-student-fair-a-world-class-education-awaits-you-in-the-us-3533.
For additional resources on how to study in the United States, prospective students, parents, and educators, can visit EducationUSA’s website in India: https://www.usief.org.in/Study-in-the-US.aspx
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