U.S. universities generally require students (international or domestic students) to have completed four years of undergraduate education (bachelor's degree) to be considered eligible for admission to a graduate (master's degree) program.
Students should carefully go through eligibility criteria and policy on transfer of credits
About 100 US colleges and universities will virtually participate in the fair. Students can register for the fair at https://bit.ly/UGEdUSAFair21EmbWeb to meet EducationUSA Advisers and US university representatives.
The fair attendees can learn about various programs and admission criteria at this virtual fair from the comfort of their homes
Most US higher education institutions have health centre on campus
Students should make it a priority to set up a meeting with their adviser
Keeping an open mind and accepting newness may be the key
Arrange temporary accommodation for first few days of your stay
One key point students should know is the port-of-entry procedures
Students should consider some dos and don’ts, especially as international students
In addition, student must submit resume, application for funding support, and other components
Students should start planning letters of recommendation (LORs) collection process much in advance of their application deadlines
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