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June 13, 2019 Thursday 08:21:22 AM IST

EducationUSA India Mobile App Launched

Higher Studies

A new mobile app named EducationUSA India Mobile has been launched to help Indian students’ easy access to official, credible and comprehensive information on navigating the US higher education admission process. The US Embassy in Chennai said that this app helps Indian students and parents get answers, track progress and connect with EducationUSA advisers and resources at the touch of a button. The app can be downloaded from Google Play store.
The Fifth Student Visa Day organised by US Mission was held on June 12. The U.S. Embassy in New Delhi, and Consulates General in Chennai, Hyderabad, Kolkata, and Mumbai, welcomed more than 4,000 Indian students applying for visas to study in the United States.  Chargé d’Affaires (CDA) MaryKay Carlson in New Delhi and Consuls General throughout India congratulated the day’s applicants as they joined the growing ranks of Indian students who choose to study in the United States at the world’s leading academic institutions.

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