Study Group connects Indian students with leading American universities for mentoring sessions
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- One-to-one mentoring sessions for students with university staff facilitated by Study Group in Delhi, Ahmedabad, and Hyderabad
- Dr. Kelly Roy from Florida Atlantic University, Freddy Cicchetti from Long Island University and Professor Nicholas Venn from the University of Hartford provide expert advice on achieving international education ambitions
We recently invited staff from Florida Atlantic University, Long Island University and University of Hartford to Delhi, Ahmedabad, and Hyderabad for one-on-one virtual and in-person mentoring sessions with prospective students and education consultants.
With growing demand from students in India and across South Asia for international education, the events connected students with the respected American institutions and education consultants to answer questions on applications, living and studying abroad, and the wide range of course options available.
Karan Lalit, Regional Director, Study Group, says: “Applying to university is a significant life moment. For students with the ambition to pursue their higher education internationally, there are more options, new systems and additional considerations to navigate. Our recent mentoring events will help guide Indian students through the range of opportunities offered by our university partners, to the course that supports their academic and career goals. We are immensely grateful to our partners Florida Atlantic University, Long Island University and University of Hartford for their participation and engagement."
Dr. Kelly Roy, Associate Director of International Enrollment at Florida Atlantic University, says: “It has been our pleasure to welcome so many smart, focused and dedicated Indian students to campus since our partnership with Study Group began. Meeting hundreds of students face-to-face and dozens of education consultants will support our efforts to see even more students from India and other parts of the world succeed at Florida Atlantic University.”
Freddy Cicchetti, Director of International Admissions at Long Island University, says: “Students at Long Island University join a U.S. News and World Report Best National University. We are excited to continue our strong presence in India and look forward to enabling more students to benefit from our highly ranked offerings.”
Professor Nicholas Venn, Director of International Admissions at the University of Hartford, says: “The University of Hartford and Study Group are united in our goal to provide excellent education for international students. Collaborations such as this showcase the breadth of opportunities available at the University of Hartford and demonstrate the strength of the United States as a study destination.”