This four-year (freshman) and two-year (transfer) annual merit scholarship is for incoming international students! (Visit the EducationUSA website for more scholarship opportunties.) [ Goo.gl Link ] #WesternWashingtonUniversity
"For lots of students, that element of safety and feeling culturally supported and being in a climate that is conducive to faith is equally if not more important than what I major in or what my ultimate professional goal is, because I can't reach those things if I don't feel safe," says Katrina Caldwell, vice president for diversity and community engagement at the University of Mississippi.
Are you a current (or very recently graduated) international student who has benefited from EducationUSA services, and who is spending the summer in the Washington, DC area? We'd like to talk with you! Let us know where you're studying, and which advising center you worked with in the comments below. Thanks!
Many different visa categories permit nonimmigrants to travel to the United States. Nonimmigrant international students usually enter the United States using one of three visa types: F-1, J-1 or M-1. Each visa is designed for a specific purpose. In this blog series, the J-1 Visa Exchange Visitor Program will help you better understand the J-1 visa.