Author: EducationUSA

Adviser attends 2019 EducationUSA Forum

Last month EducationUSA Belgium Adviser Elisabeth Bloxam was one of fifty EducationUSA Advisers from around the world to attend the annual EducationUSA Forum. The EducationUSA Forum, held each year in Washington, D.C. in July, gives higher education professionals an opportunity to engage with EducationUSA advisers from around the world. The event is attended by approximately 50 advisers, all 14 Regional

2019 EducationUSA Academy Pre-Departure Orientation

EducationUSA Advisers in Belgium recently held a pre-departure orientation for the four Belgian secondary school students selected for the 2019 EducationUSA Academy Scholarship. The EducationUSA Academy is a pre-college academic enrichment program for international high school students offering specialized college preparatory content, college-level writing workshops, campus visits, and cultural activities. Students gain an insider’s perspective on higher education in the

November 6, 2018: 2018 EducationUSA LLM Fair

On the evening of 6 November 2018, the Fulbright Commission in Brussels is proud to welcome representatives of 25 American law schools as part of their LLM Tour across Europe. Now in its fourth year, the LL.M. Fair provides law students and young lawyers in Belgium the opportunity to meet and network with representatives from dozens of American law schools.

Brussels College Night 2018

Press Release: Brussels College Night 2018 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE | BRUSSELS, 1 AUGUST 2018 PRESS RELEASE AVAILABLE IN ENGLISH, DUTCH, AND FRENCH The Commission for Educational Exchange between the United States, Belgium and Luxembourg announces the thirty-fourth annual Brussels College Night to be held on 1 October 2018 at the British School of Brussels in Tervuren, Belgium. Now in its thirty-fourth

Spotlight: Architecture Degrees in the USA

Within the field of architecture there are a variety of degree offerings available to students at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. This article will identify the various study options, specific requirements and objectives for each, program accreditation, the importance of the studio component, and other information on the application process to architecture programs in the U.S. This article was