Are you still dragging your feet on asking your recommender? Time to act! Read this new EdUSA blog to help with tips on asking for that super important recommendation letter.
American University Washington College of Law is a leading law school at the center of policy,
business, and all things international. Here, students receive a legal education that prepares them
to tackle a breadth of challenges in Washington, D.C., throughout the country, and around the
world. Learn more here.
Let me guess: you’re in grade 12, looking to apply to a slew of US universities, and have no idea where to start with your common app essay? Luckily for you, you’re in good company! Most Canadian universities don’t require any kind of essay in the application process, but if you are applying to American universities, you’ll almost certainly have to write the notorious Common Application essay in addition to supplemental essays from specific schools. Learn more here.
Experience college life at Northwestern University this summer in the College Prep Program. High
school sophomores and juniors can take undergraduate courses for college credit, or enroll in a
two-week IN FOCUS seminar in a special topic area. Learn more here.
Calling all adventure-seekers, aspiring teachers, and lovers of Canadian culture! The Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant (FLTA) program is recruiting early career francophone Canadians for a unique exchange opportunity in the United States. FLTA recipients will spend one academic year at an American university, teaching French language courses, leading French language-related activities and discussion groups, and facilitating an exchange of French-Canadian culture with students. This program will give you the chance to explore a new country, make some incredible memories, hone your teaching skills, and gather some valuable professional experience. Learn more here.
If you or somebody you know is interested in learning English check out your new English Language Learning page where you will find different resources and websites to guide you on your journey. Check it out here!
AMDA is a fully accredited, not-for-profit higher education institution devoted to training the actor, singer, and dancer for stage, film, and television. There are two campuses of AMDA providing seven distinct certificate and degree paths: The AMDA College and Conservatory of the Performing Arts, Los Angeles; and The American Musical and Dramatic Academy, New York. The California campus in the heart of Hollywood offers four-year Bachelor of Fine Arts and two-year certificate programs. Learn more!
Founded in 1909, Arkansas State University (A-State) is a doctoral-level national institution with more than 140 academic programs, concentrations and options and a diverse student body from across the nation and around the world. Students can complete Bachelor’s, Master’s or Doctoral degrees at A-State. Fields of study range from agriculture to business to computer science and from engineering to communications to fine arts.
Bryant University is a leader in innovative education. Bryant’s interdisciplinary curriculum combines business and liberal arts to give students an unparalleled, competitive advantage. Bryant’s student-centered environment integrates real-world knowledge with global perspective, design-thinking and leadership development to empower students. Learn more!
Lewis-Clark State College (LCSC), in Lewiston, Idaho, is nestled in a river valley where students get to experience all 4 seasons. Established in 1893, LCSC is a teaching focused institution where students receive individual attention and professors know you by name. Learn more!