International Education Week 2020!
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Each year in November, we celebrate International Education Week to highlight the benefits of international education and exchange around the world. 16 to 20 November marked International Education Week 2020.
In 2020, some of the more traditional paths to international exchange are not available to many students. Now, more than ever before students and families need the freedom to find the right learning environment for them to pursue the opportunities that will unlock their potential and unleash their creativity.
In this hyper-connected world, EducationUSA Bangalore focused its energies on connecting with audiences (current and prospective international students, HEIs) via social media and emphasized on building strong connections so that no matter where our audiences are, they'll still feel connected to us.
Karen Bauer, our Regional Education Advising Coordinator virtually announced the week open!
The week was a perfect opportunity for us to offer a sneak-peek into Karnataka's report card from the U.S. University Virtual Fair 2020
We offered a special session in collaboration with Wayne State University in an attempt to offer answers to some of the questions that are apt to the current situation. Tune in to hear about the skills that are most important to enter an ever-changing job market and how an innovative college experience can help you get there
Exclusives from the week!
Me and My Uni: International Student Feature
Current international student ambassadors from U.S.
universities share a sneak peek into their campus life
I Love International Education: #MyEdUStory
Current and Prospective international students from Karnataka told us what got them hooked to their plan of studying in the U.S.
Pen Pal 2.0
An exclusive for students of classes 10 to 12 from Karnataka,
keen to study in the U.S.
UA Studentpreneur Challenge 2020 (UASC 2020)
This year, 131 teams from various schools across India entered the University of Arizona and EducationUSA India Studentpreneur Challenge 2020, each submitting a 500-words essay on “An Innovative and Successful Business Venture Post COVID.”
The idea was initially conceived between University of Arizona with support from EducationUSA Bangalore and was implemented as an all-India initiative as part of IEW2020.