The winner of the competition will receive a free Crimson Package from Carian College Advisors, which is the consultancy’s most premium level of advising service.
Dubai, UAE (PRWEB) November 17, 2013
Carian College Advisors, the UAE's leading independent educational consultancy focusing exclusively on US Admissions, recently announced a scholarship competition for high school students in the UAE. The competition is being launched in honor of November being International Education Month. Carian College Advisors is asking students in their final two years of secondary school to write a 500-word essay about why they want to pursue an undergraduate education in the United States.
The winner of the competition will receive a free Crimson Package from Carian College Advisors, which is the consultancy’s most premium level of advising service. The winner will be privy to unlimited meetings with Carian’s consultants, which would include assistance with up to 14 applications. Carian College Advisors will also award three runners-up with their Ivy Package, which offers weekly meetings with consultants and assistance with up to 10 applications.
“The number of students in the UAE attending university in the United States continues to rise,” said Peter Davos, the Managing Director for Carian College Advisors. “The scholarship competition allows us to help students considering the US to really analyze the benefits of US education and to begin preparing mentally for the application process. Furthermore, winners will have access to our talented team of consultants that will assist them in every step of the process.”
Carian College Advisors consultants are all Americans with master degrees who have graduated from universities in the United States and experience in US University Admissions. The consultants guide students through each step of the university and application process, adhering to the highest ethical standards in the industry.
Essays are limited to 500 words and should answer the following prompt: "Why do you want to pursue undergraduate study in the United States and why do you deserve this scholarship?"
Students must "like" Carian's Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/carianet) and submit their essays via email to info(at)carianet(dot)com by February 1, 2014. For more information about Carian College Advisors and the scholarship competition, please call +971-4-338-8658 or visit http://www.carianet.com.