Abu Dhabi, Dubai to host exhibition offering merit based scholarships from $10,000 to full tuition to undergraduates
WAM ABU DHABI: An Education Expo featuring 25 top American Universities will be held this month in Abu Dhabi and Dubai early next March.
This event is supported by the US Embassy in Abu Dhabi and the US consulate in Dubai, representatives from Education USA and the US Embassy will be present at the events in both cities to give out information on higher education and the student visa process in the USA.
Universities in attendance wish to meet aspiring students who hope to pursue educational and personal experiences. This expo offers students and parents the benefit of receiving first hand information on undergraduate and postgraduate programs from representatives of 25 top universities in the US and offers everyone the chance to ask questions about scholarships, academic programs, US student visa, and student life at each institution.
The public is invited to attend this free expo on March 1, 2013 in Abu Dhabi and in March 2, 2013 in Dubai from 6-8 pm. 25 US University representatives look forward to meeting you at the Beach Rotana Hotel in Abu Dhabi on March 1 and at the Al Bustan Rotana Hotel in Dubai March 2 to discuss their institutions.
The main highlights of these Education Expos are the merit-based scholarships available at most participating universities. Merit based scholarships offered range from $10,000 to full tuition for graduate and undergraduate degrees. US Universities in attendance are hoping to connect with international students to increase the current number of international students at their institutions and also fill empty spaces in their degree programs for engineering, computer and natural sciences, liberal arts and many other majors.
Colleges across the USA have reported a steady decline in the number of engineering and science majors graduating from US Colleges and Universities. Currently, there is a very high need in these fields, but few American students select to major in these professions. To continue producing graduates for these in-demand fields, many US Universities have shifted their focus of recruitment for these majors to international students. There are over 600,000 foreign students studying in the US as America is still is the number one destination for foreign students to pursue their higher education.
The expos in Abu Dhabi and Dubai represent a free chance for potential future students and parents to meet face to face with representatives from the top 25 U.S universities. Students should bring multiple copies of their report cards, transcripts, TOEFL scores, etc. to this event.
This Scholarship Event includes representatives from: Drury University Bellevue College California State University, East Bay College of the Desert Western Kentucky University -ESLI Eugene Lang College Fontbonne University Full Sail University Goshen College Illinois Institute of Technology National University Northern Arizona University Oklahoma City University Rider University San Mateo Colleges Snow College The College of Saint Rose University of San Francisco University of Rhode Island University of Maryland ELI Representatives from these universities will be present at the American Education Expos in the UAE where they will be giving out applications for scholarships based on merit and application. Be rewarded for your achievements and hard work in high school with an American college scholarship. This event is free to the public, for more information and to register please visit www.studentlane.com.
Scholarship Information: - Oklahoma City University- Maximum Scholarship Amount: Full Tuition.
- Rider University- Maximum Scholarship Amount: $16,000 - University of San Francisco-Maximum Scholarship Amount: $20,000 - University of Rhode Island-Maximum Scholarship Amount: $13,500.
- Fontbonne University- Maximum Scholarship Amount: $15,000 Representatives from these universities will be present at the American Education Expos in the UAE where they will be giving out applications for scholarships based on merit and application.