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Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Eurasia EducationUSA Fair Circuit 2012

The Eurasia EducationUSA Fair is a recruitment circuit organized by the EducationUSA Advising Centers in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Russia and Ukraine – all affiliated with the U.S. Department of State and committed to promoting higher education in the U.S. We have organized and participated in international fairs for many years. We encourage you to take part in a unique recruiting opportunity that will give your institution maximum exposure to highly qualified Eurasian students interested in pursuing studies in the U.S.

We are proud to announce that our fair supporters are the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs; the U.S. Embassies in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Russia and Ukraine; American Councils for International Education; Ministries of Education; and other governmental agencies.

Attendance at EducationUSA Fairs 2011:

Yerevan, Armenia – 1,200; Baku, Azerbaijan – 250; Tbilisi, Georgia – 500; Astana, Kazakhstan – 2000; Atyrau, Kazakhstan - 2000; Kyiv, Ukraine – 1,200; Moscow, Russia – 2,000

Baku, Azerbaijan – Sunday, October 28
Tbilisi, Georgia – Tuesday, October 30
Yerevan, Armenia – Thursday, November 1
Kyiv, Ukraine – Saturday, November 3
St. Petersburg, Russia – Monday, November 5
Moscow, Russia – Nov 8, 9 and/or 10 (EducationUSA Pavilion at the Moscow Career & Education Fair)
Atyrau, Kazakhstan – Tuesday, November 13
Almaty, Kazakhstan – Thursday, November 15
Astana, Kazakhstan – Sunday, November 18
Kyiv, Ukraine
Pouch address for educational fair materials:
Arthur T. Evans
5850 Kyiv Place
Dulles, VA 20189
* Please, note that it takes from 3 weeks to 2 months to receive materials sent to pouch address.

The Eurasia EducationUSA Fair Circuit 2012 webpage is now available!


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