Needham, MA (PRWEB) September 09, 2013
CollegeWeekLive, the world’s leading website for connecting students with colleges, invites students from across the United States to CollegeWeekLive International Universities Day, a complimentary event to be held live online Tuesday, September 10th from 12 to 8 PM EDT. The completely virtual event provides domestic students who may be interested in studying abroad an opportunity to learn about opportunities to attend college abroad for the entirety of their higher education.
For many students, the idea of attending college outside of the United States sounds appealing, but it is not always easy to learn about opportunities to complete a college education in another country. In fact, attending college abroad can be a great option for students who know what they want to major in, and at many international higher education institutions, a Bachelor's degree may be completed in three years and a Master’s in four years.
“This live video event will help students decide if attending college abroad is right for them,” said Robert Rosenbloom, President and CEO of CollegeWeekLive. “Unless your parents are expatriates, you are unlikely to be exposed to opportunities to study outside of the U.S., but many of these institutions are the most respected universities in the world. CollegeWeekLive provides a perfect opportunity to chat live with admissions representatives and find out if it is a fit for you.”
Teens attending will be able chat live with universities around the world, gain advice from study abroad experts, and video chat with current students earning their degree abroad to hear about their experiences. As an additional incentive, students who log in and browse or chat with three or more colleges during the event will be automatically entered into a drawing for a $1,000 CollegeWeekLive scholarship.
Several live video presentations will air during the virtual event, including:
12:00 PM EDT, “Suffolk University – Madrid Campus Video Chat”
1:00 PM EDT, “American University of Rome Video Chat”
2:00 PM EDT, “Leeds Metropolitan University Video Chat”
3:00 PM EDT, “Internships Abroad," Nadia Mubashar, Website Director, Go Overseas
3:00 PM EDT, “University of Surrey Video Chat”
4:00 PM EDT, ”College [Redefined]: 5 Key Facts about Study Abroad," Jill Kruidenier, College Relations Manager, IES Abroad
4:00 PM EDT, “Bath Spa University Video Chat”
5:00 PM EDT, “So You Want to Study Abroad. Now What?”, Todd Worsham, International Business Development Manager, StudyAbroad.com
5:00 PM EDT, “King’s College London Video Chat”
6:00 PM EDT, “Study in the UK: 10 British Phrases You Need to Know," Joey Kirk, Education Officer British Council
The following colleges and associations are participating and will be available via chat:
Anglia Ruskin University
Bath Spa University
Hellenic American University
King's College London
Leeds Metropolitan University
Richmond - The American University in London
Suffolk University Madrid
The American College of Greece
The American University of Rome
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Universidad de Monterrey
University of British Columbia
University of East Anglia
University of Greenwich
University of Huddersfield
University of Reading
University of Surrey
University of Technology, Sydney
University of Warwick
University of West London
Wilfrid Laurier University
To register at no cost, visit CollegeWeekLive. If you have questions, please contact Support(at)CollegeWeekLive(dot)com.
CollegeWeekLive is the leading channel where students and colleges meet online. More than 1,500,000 students from 192 countries rely on CollegeWeekLive to help navigate college admission. This live channel provides unprecedented access to expert presentations and enables students to have unscripted conversations with hundreds of colleges.
Students turn to CollegeWeekLive to gain insights from current students, admission representatives, and leading experts, whether they are narrowing their choice of schools or making post admission decisions. Through live text and video chats, students, parents and counselors engage directly with colleges at every stage of the enrollment process with