Ready for Fall Enrollment?… Here Are Your Next Steps

May 10, 2012

This is it! Crunch time! The month of May is crucial for international students planning to come to the USA for the next school year. If you have aspirations of studying in the US this coming year then you will likely have come across at least one deadline by now. The most likely would be […]

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Stop The Student Visa Worries… Focus on These 3 Steps First

February 1, 2012

On our various recruiting expeditions we get a unique opportunity to interact with prospective students with different circumstances. In so doing, we find certain commonalities that are nonetheless inhibiting their aspirations. At the very least, these observed phenomena complicate their quest. The simplest axiom we can use is the proverbial “putting the cart before the […]

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Midwestern State University International Student Seminars Fall 2011

September 28, 2011

Seminar conducted by Dr. Randy Glean, Associate Professor and Director of International Services at Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, Texas; 20 years experience in placing international students at MWSU; graduate of Washington University, St. Louis; 90+% graduation rate for international students. Seminars – Zimbabwe, Kenya, India, Sri Lanka Date Country City Location/Time September 29 Zimbabwe […]

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Midwestern State University Seminar in India

August 28, 2009

Midwestern State University‘s Director of International Student Services, Dr. Randy Glean will be conducting Free Seminars in India for prospective US University students. Please forward this information to everyone you know in the following cities so everyone can learn firsthand How a US University Education can benefit them, and EXACTLY what you need to do […]

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Free Seminar: Midwestern State Univeristy in Ghana, Sunday March 15th 2009

March 13, 2009

A Midwestern State University Representative will be meeting all accepted and prospective students in Ghana. Date: SUNDAY MARCH 15 Time: NOON SHARP Where: The University of Ghana, Legon, SARBAH HALL READING ROOM. What to Bring: Please bring your transcripts to deliver in person. There is no application fee if application is turned in at the […]

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US Visa Seminar for Students, Yaounde Cameroon April 22 2009

March 2, 2009

Sorry Registration is Now CLOSED for this SEMINAR. We will notify you when we hear of another seminar. What: Visa Seminar When: APRIL 22 AT 1:00 PM Where:The Embassy In YAOUNDE Who Must Attend: Everyone in Cameroon seeking admission to Midwestern State University or other US University. How to Register: Send an email to ——– […]

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Demystifying the Student Visa Application Process

November 21, 2008

Whether you are seeking an F visa or J visa, you face the seemingly arduous task of traveling to a US consulate for a face to face visa interview. Since both visas fall in the “non-immigrant” category, there is a legal assumption that governs its issuance. In effect, you, the applicant, face a legal burden […]

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Student Visa Interview – How To Get The US Consulate on Your Side

November 21, 2008

Many students who visit US Embassies report varying outcomes from their Student Visa Interview. On a given day, in the same embassy, two persons, one with a solid financial structure, the other with some contrived documents, approach the same counselor seeking a student visa. The well grounded person is denied, but the imposter gets a […]

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Understanding the J Visa a.k.a Exchange Visa

November 21, 2008

A broad category of student visa is the J visa. It is a multi-purpose visa for exchange visitors and not necessarily designated for students only. The J-visa, in some ways offer greater opportunities than the F, but can also have some serious restrictions. The most notable restriction associated with “exchange visitors” regardless of the purpose […]

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Understanding the F Visa a.k.a Student Visa

November 21, 2008

The F visa, in many ways, is the best “non immigrant” visa to have. It allows a long continuous stay; it permits employment, with restrictions; and it carves a direct path to an immigrant visa that is laid out in the immigration laws. The F visa is also the most common visa used by students […]

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