eduPASS is proud to be your go-to-guide for studying in the U.S. Are you worried about how to study abroad in the U.S.? This article will give you tips on which important steps you need to take in order to make it to North America!
Tip #1: Check out this Immigration & Visa Webinar!
The U.S. Visa Process after COVID-19 with Ex-Vice Consul of U.S. Embassy
COVID-19 temporarily paused processing of U.S. visas, but things are looking hopeful for aspiring and graduated students now that several embassies have resumed accepting visa applications.
We know, however, there still must be countless questions running through your mind. Click here to watch a session hosted by our friends at MPOWER with Mandy Feuerbacher, a former consular officer of the U.S. Government to answer your questions.
Tip #2: Learn more about your Green Card Options
Check out this new article on our website explaining the benefits of the EB-5 visa for international students! Click to learn more about the timeline and perks such as tuition savings.
Tip #3: Study Abroad with MPOWER’s Expertise!
In need of more assistance throughout your university search? MPOWER Financing is now offering services to help you find your best fit school in the U.S. or Canada. To learn more, visit their website.
Tip #4: Ready, Set, GRE Test Prep!
College entrance exams can be daunting, but there is a wealth of information online now to help you prepare and succeed. This helpful article breaks down what the GRE is and how to prepare, including subject tests.
Tip #5: Touring Universities
Still researching your school options? This article shares a few great tips on how to tour colleges remotely during COVID!
Tip #6: Things to Know Before You Go
Already enrolled in a graduate program? Check out this article with 5 tips from a Georgetown professor on how to make the most of your time in school.
Tip #7: Financial Advice for Your First Year in the U.S.
Studying abroad can be expensive – but worth it in the long run. Check out these 11 tips on saving money, spending habits, and more as a college student in the U.S.