Education fairs provide an invaluable service, whether you’re still in high school and still exploring your options, or already graduated and considering postsecondary. They serve as one-stop shops where representatives from colleges and universities are readily available to answer any of your questions, set up interviews, or hand out literature free of charge – not to mention meeting fellow students and potential classmates!
Many university representatives at QS World Grad School Tour events will provide insight into what their schools look for when considering applicants, from determination and passion, as well as advice on how you can maximize your application. You may even want to pick up a recruiter’s business card or follow them on social media so you can reach out later for additional advice or insight.
EducationUSA’s global network of over 430 international student advising centers (REACs) can also assist you with your US college search and applications, from meeting university representatives to helping navigate bi-national centers, universities, non-profit organizations or even embassies and consulates with applications and searching procedures.
EducationUSA hosts in-person and online international student fairs around the world to promote higher education in the US. All fairs are open to the public, and our search tool makes it easy to locate one near you. EducationUSA advisers and regional education advising coordinators (REACs) also attend these fairs to offer accurate, comprehensive, and up-to-date information about study opportunities in America for international students.