We invite university & careers’ advisers to a day of practical help and professional support on
Thursday, 18th June, 2015 in Pembroke College, Oxford

The Greene’s U.S. university applications conference 2015

A day of practical seminars and workshops on U.S. university applications

The day will include a series of short talks and practical workshop-style sessions to help you navigate the U.S. university application process and equip you with useful advice to pass onto your pupils.  The conference will cover:

  • Building a successful U.S. university programme
  • Assembling applications and transcripts
  • Admissions essays: a practical guide to personal statements and supplementary essays
  • Funding, including academic and sports scholarships
  • Inside the admissions process: your questions answered

Our aim is to provide a series of thoroughly practical, interactive sessions with highly experienced and knowledgeable university advisers.  We will send you a detailed programme if you would like more information or if you wish to reserve a place at the conference.

Contributors include:

Guy Nobes (Head of Guidance, Marlborough College)
Alys Langdale (Guidance Advisor (International), Marlborough College)
Vivian Chen (Advising and Events Coordinator, The US-UK Fulbright Commission – Education USA)

Rob Thomas (Director, Sporting Elite USA)

Andre Kostousov (Senior Associate Director for International Admissions, Northeastern University)

Mikael Perreau (Senior International Admissions Officer, New York University)

Further details

The cost for the full day (10.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.), including refreshments and lunch at Pembroke College, will be £45 (for payments received by Friday 8th May, 2015).  For payment received between 9th May and 5th June, the cost is £55.

Please do not hesitate to contact our Senior Tutor, Matthew Uffindell (senior.tutor@greenes.org.uk), or our Director of Studies & University Admissions Advisor, Laurence Goodwin (laurence.goodwin@greenes.org.uk), or call 01865 248 308 for more information.

To reserve your place at the conference, please fill out the registration form below:

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