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Australia & New Zealand EducationUSA Universities Expo 2016.
August 31 – September 6, 2016.
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About the Program:
The U.S. Embassies in Australia and New Zealand are hosting the EducationUSA Universities EXPO 2016. There is no fee to participate in this public event, and we welcome admissions officers, alumni, and current students to represent their institutions.
EducationUSA Universities EXPO 2016 will feature a college fair and information sessions. The fair will have booths for university representatives and other organizations supporting study in the United States to engage with event participants and to share materials. The information seminars will cover a variety of topics, including the admissions process, finding the right fit, financial assistance, and sporting opportunities.
The U.S. Embassies are providing this opportunity to all accredited U.S. institutions of higher education to promote our country as the premier destination for Australasian students interested in international education.
This program has been created so that you can continue your regional travel to Japan for the Kanto Plains and EducationUSA Japan Fairs that take place later in the week. Please note that Monday, September 5 is Labor Day in America.
Registration for the U.S. Universities Expo 2016 in Australia & New Zealand is now closed. If you are a higher ed representative with questions about the program, please contact Katie Sleeman, email@example.com.
Terms and Conditions For Registration and Participation:
Participating Institutions agree to the following:
- Participating institutions must hold recognized U.S. regional or national accreditation. We reserve the right to refuse registration of any institution.
- Participation by fee-for-service study abroad agents is not permitted.
- All representatives should agree to follow the ethics and standards set forth by NAFSA including the Code of Ethics and NACAC’s Statement of Principles of Good Practice
- Institutional representatives are responsible for their visas (if applicable), airline tickets, hotel reservations, and ground transfers (excluding planned school visits in New Zealand).
The U.S. Embassies in Australia and New Zealand will:
- Advertise and promote the event to students, parents, teachers and counsellors.
- Provide one table, one back panel and chairs for each booth. Participation will be strictly limited to a maximum of 2 representative(s) per institution at any given time. In the event that more than one section from a same institution has applied, we request that the booth be shared.
- Send shipping and additional logistical information to the contact person listed in the registration form once final registration is confirmed.
- NOT be responsible for any lost or damaged items.
- NOT be responsible for any mailed packages that may be stopped at customs, and will not perform any customs clearance activities.－NOT return promotional materials remaining after the event.