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Services and Resources at EducationUSA

EducationUSA, a sub-unit of the U.S. Embassy, serves as a powerhouse of U.S. higher education promotion. It offers below-listed free–of–charge services and resources to help you every step of the way to successful application to U.S. schools.

MENTORSHIP PROGRAM

EducationUSA Mentorship Program represents a platform where U.S. officers or Indonesian graduates of U.S. colleges and universities guide young Indonesians who want to study in the United States. The goal of the program is to facilitate the completion of successful university applications.

The Mentorship Program is a series of five workshops conducted over a period of 5 months in cooperation with a group of mentors, all graduates of U.S. universities. Workshop materials and assignments will be available to all participants as online courses. Mentors will be able to follow the progress of their mentees online as well as provide feedback and guidance on assignments.

Mentees will be matched with a mentor who can be a graduate from a university or program of interest to the mentee. Participating mentees are required to attend workshops and complete assignments in order to maximize the benefits of the program.

This access to one-on-one mentoring has proven to be very effective, adding 42 new Indonesian students to study in the U.S. this year. Currently some 50 students are taking advantage of mentorship program, and we still have room for you.

If you are interested in becoming a mentee, click HERE.

Or Find out more about the Mentorship Program by visiting the website HERE.

EDUCATION FAIRS

EducationUSA organizes both online and in-person education fairs, which bring to you representatives of U.S. higher educational institutions. At the fairs, you are not only able to meet the representatives to learn about their schools, but also able to take advantage of various knowledge-packed sessions that can help your application process.

To check out fair schedules, please click HERE.

YOUR 5 STEPS TO U.S. STUDY

Your 5 steps to U.S. Study is one of EducationUSA-Indonesia flagship programs which aims to clarify the process of the U.S. study abroad, from researching your prospective schools to preparing for your departure to the U.S. Whether you pursue a short-term or full degree program in the U.S., this step-by-step guidance will help you land a successful U.S. study-abroad experience. Explore the 5 steps below:

Step 1. Research Your Options
Learn about the variety of options available and how to identify an institution that best fits your needs.

Step 2. Finance Your Studies
Explore options or check out university financial aid opportunity list.

Step 3. Complete Your Application
Plan ahead and know the documents and requirements to apply for your program.

Step 4. Apply for Your Student Visa
Become familiar with U.S. student visa requirements and allow plenty of time to prepare your application.

Step 5. Prepare for Your Departure
Pre-departure information including gathering documents for arrival and immigration compliance.

ADVISING CENTERS

EducationUSA currently has advising centers in 6 different cities in Indonesia – Jakarta, Surabaya, Medan, Malang, Aceh, and Makassar. Each advising center provides you with one of the three levels of service: Reference, standard, Comprehensive.

To find out in detail what kind of assistance you can expect at each service level, please click HERE.

To locate an advising center near you with a specific service level you desire, please click HERE.

SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION

There are many scholarship and fellowships available, which can help reduce students financial burden of studying in the United States. For up-to-date information on scholarships and fellowships, please visit the U.S. Embassy Jakarta and the EducationUSA websites.






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