EducationUSA Madagascar

EducationUSA Madagascar

Are you a Malagasy student planning to study in the United States and needing guidance on how to navigate the steps of the application process for U.S. universities? EducationUSA Madagascar is here to help!

What is EducationUSA? 

EducationUSA is a U.S. Department of State network that promotes U.S. higher education to students around the world by offering accurate, comprehensive, and current information about opportunities to study at accredited postsecondary institutions in the United States. The EducationUSA network also provides services to the U.S. higher education community to help institutional leaders meet their recruitment and campus internationalization goals.

Why study in the United States? 

The United States offers students an unrivaled educational experience. The United States remains the number one destination for international students. U.S. higher education offers quality, excellence, flexibility, and diversity, which attracts millions of students from other countries. U.S. universities are on the cutting edge of research that is transforming technology, business, and the way we live.

If you want to be part of this innovative and exciting experience, then studying at a U.S. university may be the right choice for you.

How can EducationUSA help? 

For many international students, the process of applying to a U.S. university can seem confusing and complicated. EducationUSA can help by providing prospective students with accurate, accessible, and objective information on options for studying at accredited U.S. universities. EducationUSA advisor can assist with selecting the right schools, preparing application, finding financial assistance, through to explaining what to expect when arriving in the United States.

Get in touch with us and start your journey to a whole new educational experience!

What services does EducationUSA Madagascar provide? 

EducationUSA Madagascar provides the following services:

Educational Advising Group Session: It provides students with a general overview of steps to take to study in the United States. Keep following our Facebook page for updates on the program.https://www.facebook.com/EducationUSAMadagascar

Individual advising: These one-on-one sessions provide tailored advice and assistance to students. They can be set up after attending basic information group sessions and completing initial personal searches.

Outreach programs: Schools, universities, professional institutions, and local groups can benefit from a special advising designed for their needs in coordination with the EducationUSA advisor. EducationUSA also participates in International Education Fairs.

Reference library: At the Information Resources Center (IRC) of the U.S. Embassy in Antananarivo and American Spaces in Fort Dauphin and Mahajanga, updated collection of reference materials is available for on-site consultation. The collection include books on how to choose a university, how to get money for schools, how to write a winning admission essay, how to prepare for standardized tests and other relevant books on the experience of studying in the United States.

Monthly Facebook chat: EducationUSA holds a Monthly Facebook chat on the U.S. Embassy Madagascar and EducationUSA Madagascar’s Facebook pages. This is an opportunity for all interested students to connect with us live and ask any questions related to study in the United States.

Remember that all our services are free!

Keep following the EducationUSA Madagascar Facebook page where we share, regularly, information and tips about U.S. study as well as updates on opportunities, programs and events.

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Scholarships

Discover a variety of U.S. government-sponsored educational and professional exchange programs.

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Alumni

Join the International Exchange Alumni Community, a website for current and emerging leaders who have participated in U.S. government-sponsored exchange programs.

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English Language Learning

Teach and learn English as a foreign language, explore American culture and encourage English conversation within the global learning community.