Visits by Foreign Universities

University Professors from US Universities Apprise Students About Various Career Options in US

August 22, 2017

A session based on exploring higher opportunities at the US universities was organized in the school for the students of classes XI and XII on August 22, 2017. The delegates from Florida International University (Ms. Laura Pacchioni), Ohio University (Ms. Vicky Seefeldt West), University of California, Riverside (Ms. SerayTeleke) and University of Oklahoma (Mr. Dakota Horn) interacted with the students to provide them information regarding the undergraduate courses available in these universities.

Mr. RohitKandari, Project Lead of KIC UnivAssist apprised the students about the changing world of careers. As the US education encourages innovation, creativity and entrepreneurship, it has become the most preferred destination with 4700+ universities and colleges. The speaker guided the students to pursue their passion and explore variety of careers as flexibility and diversity have become the focal areas of education. He also informed about the two year, four year degree courses, application deadlines, scholarships and SAT exam.

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University Professors from US Universities Apprise Students About Various Career Options in US

July 26, 2016

To explore the diverse opportunities in career and education, a session on ‘Studying in the USA’ was conducted by Mr. Ganesh Kohli, Director KIC UnivAssiston July 26, 2015 for the students of classes XI and XII. Through a presentation based on the US education ethos of Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Creativity, he explained the contribution of American universities and colleges in producing technical experts and Nobel laureates.

In the subsequent session, delegates from nine US universities as part of the KIC UnivAssist 2016 Fall American University Tour introduced the locations, fast facts and application requirements of their institutions. Students interacted with the delegates of these institutions based on their areas of study and interest. The delegates were from Hillsborough Community College, New York Film Academy, Ohio University, Savannah College of Art and Design, SUNY Plattsburgh, University at Buffalo, the State University of New York, University of California, Irvine, University of Oklahoma and Washington & Jefferson College. The session benefitted the students in understanding and developing the better education plan for their future.

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University Professors from US Universities Apprise Students About Various Career Options in US

July 28, 2015

To explore the diverse opportunities in career and education, a session on ‘Studying in the USA’ was conducted by Mr. Ganesh Kohli, Director KIC UnivAssist on July 28, 2015 for the students of classes XI and XII. Through a presentation based on the US education ethos of Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Creativity, he explained the contribution of American universities and colleges in producing technical experts and Nobel laureates. He briefed about the types of institutions and degrees in the US, specialized programmes, financial aid, funding, SAT exam score and planning schedule required for studying abroad.

In the subsequent session, delegates from fifteen US universities as part of the KIC UnivAssist 2015 Fall American University Tour introduced the locations, fast facts and application requirements of their institutions. Students interacted with the delegates of these institutions based on their areas of study and interest. The delegates were fromWestern Kentucky University, University of Minnesota – Twin Cities, University of Michigan-Flint, University Of Colorado Boulder, University of California, Riverside, University Of California, Irvine – Extension, The University Of Vermont, Savannah College Of Art And Design, Saint Louis University, Old Dominion University, Ohio University, Kendall College, Foothill + De Anza Colleges , Florida International University and Augustana College. The session benefitted the students in understanding and developing the better education plan for their future.

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