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Graduate Studies in the U.S.: General Information

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EducationUSA Belarus

EducationUSA Belarus Advising Center

Sharing information among Belarusian students and education professionals on educational opportunities available in the U.S. and beyond.

Reviews (10)

Daria Lukyanchuk
Yulia Rajeh
Excellent course for ones just started to study all the requirements in order to enter to the US universities. All information are accurately structured. Highly recommend!
Viacheslav Zhuravlev
Katsiaryna Varfalameyeva

Overview

Welcome to the first open virtual advising course created by EducationUSA Belarus!

The course focuses on providing interested students with an information about graduate education options in the U.S. The course provides a general overview of graduate study opportunities in the U.S., available degrees and specializations, differences between them and specifics of the application process.

The course may be useful for Belarusian and international students who would like to apply to graduate degrees' programs in autumn 2017 or later (starting education in autumn 2018 or later).

Participation is free of charge. 

Language of instruction: English and Russian. Webinars will be partly conducted in Russian language.

Timeline of the course: the course is accessible during the 6 weeks, consists out of 6 topics and includes 2 webinars, 6 tests for each topic section and a final test-exam. 

Expected workload: 1-3 hours per week.

Course participants are expected to:

  • Read and self-study materials provided
  • Participate in webinars
  • Regularly check Eliademy.com, its content and announced tasks
  • Complete required tasks before deadlines indicated
  • Take part in discussions
  • Take initiative in asking questions and working on an individual admissions plan
  • Use English as a working language of the course
  • Respect each other opinion
  • Be active

Overview of the Eliademy.com sections:

  • Content: study modules and session content; modules reflect the content of the webinar sessions, provide additional information and files for download
  • Webinars: online seminars, will be scheduled and conducted in this section
  • Tasks: tasks scheduled, announced here; participants need to submit responses either in the task window or by attaching a file with the response
  • Discussions: open for all participants to discuss content of the course and study sections, as well as ask general questions and share useful information and resources
  • Participants: list of the course participants

This is a first open public course created by EducationUSA Belarus, so we appreciate your support and advice in improving the content and future courses. 

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