Study in US – Roadshows in India Promoting US Universities
Category : Study Abroad
The fear of losing student’s from India especially has made US universities to conduct promotional roadshows for new enrollment. Both private and state institutions are campaigning here to offer seats in different courses. For Example: Missouri State University (MSU) is attracting more pupils into it’s campus. They are doing the same in other Asian nations as well. Associate Vice-president, Colonel Robinette, MSU said, “We have 50 Indian students out of 7000 at its Springfield campus. We have welcomed Indians student’s over a decade and we will continue to do so with the same zeal and enthusiasm.” Their office in the sub-continent on the outskirts of Delhi, which is in constant touch with the parents and student’s. Here, proper counseling is given directly or through counseling agents. MSU is offering scholarships for Indians, 50 percent waiver of tuition fees for undergraduate courses, which is $11,000 (INR 7.5 lakh approximately) for student’s who deserve enrollment.
In the same manner, recently a roadshow by the University of Idaho was held with the varsity’s vice academic administrator, Dean Kohler, visiting India to spread the word about opportunities for international student’s at its campus. It is offering enrollment in civil engineering and architecture, including graduation in law. Moreover, Kohler is making use of the visit to make the student’s aware between the political views towards immigration in the US and at the University of Idaho. Kohler added, “We are partnering with some agencies and looking for partnerships with some universities.”