EducationUSA does Outreach with ETA schools in Kedah

EducationUSA advisers Kavita Chandran and Lindsay Galeste shared about the strengths of an American education, tips on financing studies in the U.S. and the options students can take to pursue a U.S. degree after SPM.

On October 11, EducationUSA Malaysia collaborated with the Kedah English Teaching Assistants (ETA) to conduct an outreach event on studying in the U.S. The event was held at the Kedah State Education Department and the audience consisted of students from all 10 ETA schools. EducationUSA advisers Kavita Chandran and Lindsay Galeste shared about the strengths of an American education, tips on financing studies in the U.S. and the options students can take to pursue a U.S. degree after SPM.

Subsequently, students were divided into groups and did an interactive activity on designing their dream school in the U.S. The outreach event supported the mission’s goals in strengthening relationships through people-to-people exchanges and highlighted the strengths of U.S. education