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US Schools Looking for Asian Students for a Virtual College Fair

Posted on January 20th, 2012 by Don Sears

Did you know that US colleges and universities are looking for students just like you? Saturday, March 31st, prospective international students from Asia will have the chance to meet with admissions representatives live! Hobsons is hosting a virtual fair for both prospective undergraduate and graduate international students interested in coming to the US to study.

This event is free of charge, and will give students the opportunity to chat with representatives live to get important information from school across the US. Gain important admissions information right from your computer online.

If you are from Asia and are interested in enrolling in a US school, you will not want to miss this event. With over 25 schools, you can learn more about each school without the cost of traveling! Simply by registering and attending the Hobsons Virtual Student Fair, you will have the chance to win a scholarship up to $3,000 USD.

The Hobsons Virtual Student Fair will be held from 2am – 8am EST on Saturday for your convenience. To attend, prospective international students from Asia can register right online for the virtual student fair.

http://www.internationalstudent.com/hobsons-virtual-fairs/asia-vsf.php

We look forward to seeing you there!

13 Responses to “US Schools Looking for Asian Students for a Virtual College Fair”

  1. Extraminds Says:

    That’s really a good news that students across Asia will be able to participate this auspicious event for free of charge. I have a few friends who keeps interest to pursue education in US. Surely, I’ll let them know about this Virtual College Fair.

  2. Cinthia Mak Says:

    This is great news to hear that US based organization such as yours are interested in helping the livelihood of students from Asia to continue their education through trusted resources. I am a true believer of social advocacy and impact on a local community level up to a global level. Teaching, career counseling, and education is where my passion lies.

    I am currently visiting Battambong, Cambodia (located in Southeast Asia). Tomorrow, I will be teaching a seminar dedicated to empowering the local university students to learn how to apply research and apply for scholarships. This is a highly important topic as these students have not been exposed to the idea of furthering their education either in Cambodia and/or traveling abroad to study. I will provide them with these resources and I thank your organization for giving me the tools to educate these students that opportunities are always readily available to those who desire to make a difference in their own lives. Education empowers action and it is truly the key to success on all levels of life.

    Best,

    Cinthia Mak

  3. shaloba shambamba Says:

    That’s exciting news,but what if you want a scholarship in the us and you from africa.how do you go about it?

  4. shazia Says:

    hi how r u i hope u will be fine i have read about vitual college fair and we want to come and want to study and wanto do job and want to do jobe in us and uk but we r so poor and our parents have been died we r all young and we keen so much interest in getting education and to do good for poor and needy people and to do setteled in uk and usa but we r so poor and needy we have no financialy support and help us as a humanebeing if u financialy support and help us and free uk and usa visas and all expances of our education and our residence and our bussiness expances you support us if you will help us our poor saddish and idle life will be improved and we will help ohter needy people but u help us plz dont disappointed us we r so worried of our poor life plz you must help us we cant give u nothing but best whise for u god help u god says if you help the needy people god will help u thanks shazia

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