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The IDP US Education & Scholarship Expo 2019 Will Host Representatives from US Institutions

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The IDP US Education & Scholarship Expo 2019 Will Host Representatives from US Institutions.

The IDP US Education & Scholarship Expo 2019 Will Host Representatives from US Institutions

Are you curious to learn more about studying in the US? Would you like to discover how to make studying in the US a reality for you?

Representatives from US education institutions will visit Phnom Penh for the IDP US Education & Scholarship Expo at ACE Tuol Tom Poung Campus from 1:00pm to 6:00pm on 8 May. The Expo, which is organised annually by IDP Education (Cambodia), is open to the public with free entry.

Prospective students and parents are invited to meet face-to-face with representatives from a range of US education institutions,including high schools, community colleges and universities, to receive advice and guidance on study options, program outcomes, career opportunities and relevant scholarships for which students might be eligible.

The institutions represented at the Expo are located all over the US, from Ohio and Massachusetts to Washington and New York. Information about study applications and US visa application requirements will also be available at the Expo.

“For decades the US has been an ideal study abroad destination for students around the world. The IDP US Education & Scholarship Expo is a one-of-a-kind platform for those interested in studying in the US to speak directly to institution representatives”, said Mao Sreng, Country Director, IDP Education (Cambodia).

“The US is an excellent study abroad destination, as it gives students a strong academic experience in a diverse environment, with an active campus social life. Students can attain an internationally-recognised qualification, inside and outside the classroom. These factors make the US a great country for students to continue their academic journey”,said Vantak Chheang, Student Placement Manager, IDP Education (Cambodia).

IDP Education is the world’s largest placement services provider, with over 50 years’ experience and more than 100 offices in over 32 countries worldwide including in the US. IDP provides counselling and enrolment services free of charge to students preparing to study in the US, New Zealand, Australia, Canada, the UK and Ireland.

Students and parents can visit the IDP Study Abroad Offices located at all five ACE campuses in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap.

The IDP US Education & Scholarship Expo is on 8 May 2019 at ACE Tuol Tom Poung Campus from 1pm to 6pm. For free entry to the expo, register atwww.cambodia.idp.com/usexpoor call 077 667 122.


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