Programs

USEFP Mock Tests Roundup

One of the most popular services provided by the Testing Department at the United States Educational Foundation in Pakistan (USEFP) is the free mock test activity conducted every year at public and private universities across Pakistan. This activity is geared towards increasing awareness about the international GRE General Test and ...
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Alumni EducationUSA Events & Outreach

14.7% Rise in Pakistani Students Studying in the U.S.

Over 260 students eager to take their first steps to acquiring a U.S. degree and immersing themselves in an American college experience attended pre-departure orientation (PDO) sessions hosted by EducationUSA at the United States Educational Foundation in Pakistan (USEFP) in Islamabad, Lahore and Karachi over the month of June. The ...
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Alumni Alumni In Action In Their Own Words

Fulbrighter Bikes in Indonesia for ‘Women on Wheels’

This edition’s “In Your Own Words,” is by Fulbright and East West Center alumna, Dr. Feriyal Amal Aslam. Her PhD project proposed a soft-power diplomacy approach using aesthetic and performative practices, and people-to-people diplomacy to heal relations between India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Currently, she is on a one-year sabbatical to focus ...
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Alumni Alumni In Action Programs Spotlight Alumni

Global UGRAD are ‘Alumni On Top’

Alumni of the Global Undergraduate Exchange Program (Global UGRAD) foster mutual understanding by sharing their talents, knowledge, experience, and time with their host communities in the U.S. Shared below are brief updates on what a select group of alumni have accomplished during their semester abroad. Congratulations, Hamza Zaman, Moizza Salahuddin, ...
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EducationUSA

2017 EdUSA’s High School Counselors’ Tour Heads to East Coast

Nineteen Pakistani secondary school counselors recently completed a two-week professional development tour, organized by EducationUSA at the United States Educational Foundation in Pakistan (USEFP). The participants, who hailed from across Pakistan, visited twenty-two leading American academic institutions in 4 states: New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, and Connecticut. The tour provided ...
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EducationUSA In Their Own Words

Winning Entry: “My Sixth Birthday,” by Eeman Adeel

Earlier this year, we ran a Creative Writing contest for young writers between the ages of 16 and 19. It gave us the opportunity to read through hundreds of excellent submissions received from all across the country. Presented here is the winning story by Eeman Adell who’s currently studying at ...
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EducationUSA In Their Own Words

Second Place Entry: “A Bride’s Patience,” by Ayeeza Asghar

Earlier this year, we ran a Creative Writing contest for young writers between the ages of 16 and 19. It gave us the opportunity to read through hundreds of excellent submissions received from all across the country. Presented here is the submission by Ayeeza Asghar whose story placed second in ...
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EducationUSA In Their Own Words

Third Place Entry: “The Equality Theorem,” by Shantul Khalid

Earlier this year, we ran a Creative Writing contest for young writers between the ages of 16 and 19. It gave us the opportunity to read through hundreds of excellent submissions received from all across the country. Presented here is Shantul Khalid’s submission was awarded third place in the contest. ...
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Programs

Young Pakistani Professionals Head to U.S. Community Colleges

Islamabad, May 24, 2017 Thirty young Pakistani professionals attended a pre-departure orientation in preparation for a year of study at community colleges throughout the United States. This is the eleventh such group of young Pakistanis to study under the U.S. government-funded Community College Initiative Program (CCIP). “Through CCIP, young professionals ...
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