International Knowledge Center visits Indian Schools for Abroad Study Prospects

Posted by The Open Page | 10th April 2017

International Knowledge Center (IKC) works as a bridge which directly connects the international institution to Indian Students. They bring different universities to connect with students and help them understand their admission process for further studies. Ms. Yashika Maini being the main speaker of the event and member of IKC firm addressed all the students, parents and teachers with great zeal. She introduced all the 8 Universities’ associates to the audience. 
After the information regarding opportunities available abroad, all the 8 associates interacted with the crowd and gave their respective University’s information. They made the student’s understand about all different courses and career aspects they provide in their University. The student’s showed keen interest for their abroad study prospects and asked different question about the admission and scholarship opportunities. 
Research shows that students generally rely on their parents, teachers, friends and most often their academic performance for guidelines and suggestions regarding their career choice.
Career counseling is really beneficial for students, and there are many reasons it is imperative Keeping all this in consideration Tripada International School CIE Section organized an event of IKC VISIT of 8 American Universities on 2nd February 2017 for students and parents of IX, X XI and XII.. The Directors and Associate Directors of Admissions from the universities embraced the event.

Following are the 8 American Universities in Tripada International School Campus:

1) Marco Dinovelli - Associate Director of International Recruitment, Rutgers University
2) Anna Wise - Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admissions, University of Delaware
3) Cynthia Yang - Assistant Dean of Admission, Gustavus Adolphus College
4) Adam Parker - Senior International Admission Counselor, University of Iowa
5) Alexandra Hartmann - Associate Director of International Admissions, Nova Southeastern University
6) Caitlin Kelley - Associate Director for International Recruitment and Admission, University of Alabama 
7) Christina Hilpipre-Frischman - Director of International Admissions - University of St. Thomas
8) Julie Huffman - International Admissions Counselor, George Mason University
They briefed the students about curriculum options, subject options, scholarships, opportunities and other details to get admission in their campus. We look forward to students taking the benefit of the guidance and moving ahead for their shining future.
The program ended after student’s one on one session with each University associates.


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