EducationUSA Events & Outreach

Virtual Pre-Departure Orientation Arms Outbound Students with Essential Information

EducationUSA Pakistan organized a Virtual Pre-Departure Orientation (VPDO) from July 12-16 for students set to begin their studies on a U.S. campus in Fall 2021. The daily hour-long sessions aimed to prepare students for a smooth transition to life in the United States by covering topics such as: preparation and ...
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Attendees All Praise for Virtual CampUSA 2021 Sessions

EducationUSA Pakistan’s annual CampUSA went virtual for the second year running. Over a period of three weeks, registered campers took part in interactive, engaging sessions on everything they needed to know about the attending college in the United States. Over 34 students from seven cities were a part of the ...
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USEFP Launches Fulbright Talks 2 and Fulbright Women Podcasts

This quarter saw the launch of the second season of Fulbright Talks, featuring 21 Fulbrighters who discussed various issues important to Pakistan’s socio-economic development. The speakers were selected for their immense contributions in their professional fields. Some of the topics showcased this season were: Research findings on child sexual abuse ...
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Annual Creative Writing Contest Draws Gripping Prose from Across Pakistan

EducationUSA Pakistan once again held its annual Creative Writing Contest for students ages 16 to19 this summer. High school students from across the country participated by submitting original works of fiction that began with the following line: “I pressed the red button and everyone around me lost their memory.” Over ...
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First Place Entry by Huda Basri

EducationUSA Pakistan once again held its annual Creative Writing Contest for students aged 16 to19 this summer. High school students from across the country participated by submitting original works of fiction that began with the line: “I pressed the red button and everyone around me lost their memory.”    I ...
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