EducationUSA Pakistan Launches New Mobile App


Our team marked the beginning of the New Year with the launch of the EducationUSA Pakistan Mobile App. The free digital tool bolsters EducationUSA’s sustained efforts to bring accurate, comprehensive, and current information to students, parents, and educators about opportunities to study at accredited postsecondary institutions in the United States.

“Nearly 8,000 Pakistanis are studying in the United States. We hope this application will complement the expertise of EducationUSA to provide even more comprehensive information on American education opportunities for Pakistani students,” said the U.S. Embassy’s Minister Counselor for Public Affairs Ray Castillo. “An American education helps promote economic growth by preparing students to enter the global job market.”

In addition to its user-friendly interface, the EducationUSA app is a timely resource that takes audiences through its content in a smooth, logical flow. Prospective students can register for free advising services and chat live with a designated EducationUSA adviser. Users will also receive notifications about education fairs, information sessions, and other virtual and in-person events with U.S. higher education representatives.

“To support Pakistan’s brilliant student body, EducationUSA hosts information sessions on application requirements and deadlines, coinciding with either the spring or fall admissions cycle,” said USEFP Executive Director Rita Akhtar.

“Introducing the app this year will allow us to continue helping students as they return to the ‘new normal’, while also making our events and advising services readily available to anyone with a smartphone.  Students who use the app will receive personalized and timely feedback, making our advisees ideally positioned to make informed decisions about their education and career trajectories,” she added.

For more details on the EducationUSA Pakistan Mobile App, please click here.

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