Alumni Alumni In Action Programs Uncategorized USEFP

UGRAD grantees representing Pakistan on the world stage

Each year during the Global UGRAD predeparture orientation, USEFP is introduced to a vibrant and dynamic group of future leaders, eager to begin their journey of learning and exploration in the United States. These undergraduate students are chosen because of their leadership potential, acceptance of diversity and passion for change. ...
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Alumni USEFP

In memoriam

The United States Educational Foundation in Pakistan (USEFP) and the Fulbright Association are deeply saddened at the recent passing of two esteemed alumni. We extend our deepest condolences to their families, friends, and the extended Fulbright community. May their souls rest in peace, ameen.  Madiha Aijaz Fulbright alumna, Madiha Aijaz, passed away ...
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EducationUSA Events & Outreach Uncategorized USEFP

Improving access to U.S. higher education through countrywide outreach

  USEFP recognizes that access to information about U.S. higher education is a privilege enjoyed by few in Pakistan. As such, it aims to offer services that bridge the information gap and make education in the U.S. a possibility for everyone. In addition to its scholarship opportunities, USEFP’s EducationUSA advising ...
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Alumni Alumni In Action Events & Outreach Features In Their Own Words PUAN Spotlight Alumni USEFP

Embracing innovation – 2018 Fulbright Alumni Conference revamped

  For the past 15 years, USEFP has hosted the Fulbright Alumni Conference in a format modeled around academic papers and presentations. This year, we decided to shake things up by changing our approach to celebrating the achievements of Fulbright alumni and sharing the impact of the Fulbright Program with ...
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EducationUSA Events & Outreach Features USEFP

Surpassing expectations: the 13th South Asia Tour brings 37 U.S. university reps to Pakistan

  Each year, fall brings with it a palpable excitement among students, parents and counselors, as they prepare to attend the second leg of the biannual South Asia Tour organized by EducationUSA in Pakistan. The tour provides a unique opportunity for students and counselors to interact with U.S. university representatives ...
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Alumni Events & Outreach Features Programs Spotlight Alumni USEFP

USEFP celebrates inspiring UGRAD grantees as they depart for a semester to the U.S.

  Over 135 Pakistani undergraduate students, selected to participate in the U.S. Government-funded Global Undergraduate Exchange Program (Global UGRAD), gathered in Islamabad for a two-day pre-departure orientation (PDO). The PDO is the last stop for students before they depart to the United States and serves as an introduction on what ...
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EducationUSA Events & Outreach Features USEFP

IEW 2018 prepares Pakistani students for international educational experiences

  International Education Week (IEW) is a joint initiative of the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education that promotes international exchange and a global learning environment. In November 2018, EducationUSA Pakistan celebrated IEW by holding a series of 13 interactive and informative events for over 3,000 ...
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Alumni Alumni In Action Events & Outreach Features Spotlight Alumni USEFP

Bridging gaps: USEFP holds its 2nd Annual Humphrey Conference

  The 2nd Annual Humphrey Alumni Conference took place in Islamabad from October 5 – 6, 2018. The event was hosted by the United States Educational Foundation Pakistan (USEFP) at the Islamabad Club. The theme for the event was “Bridging Gaps”. On Friday, October 5, over 100 Humphrey alumni and ...
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EducationUSA Events & Outreach Features First-Person In Their Own Words USEFP

A day in the life of an EducationUSA adviser

I woke up a little earlier than usual because it was going to be a busy day at work. An early morning outreach visit, advisees in the afternoon, and a college-search workshop to wrap up the day – a little bit of everything that makes EducationUSA what it is. A ...
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