Study in the U.S.A.
Do you want to be a member of our cohort? EdUSA Program Application cycle is open from March 1 - March 31.
For students around the world, studying in the United States provides a lifetime of benefits and rewards:
- Quality facilities, resources, and faculty;
- Opportunity to become highly skilled and competitive leaders within the global community;
- Choice of different types of institutions, programs, subjects, academic and social environments;
- Value for the money invested in higher education, and
- Knowledge of American customs, culture, and history.
To learn more about studying in the United States, including details about the application process and a general timeline, please see:
For more information or assistance, email to:
EducationUSA – Lusaka EduLusaka@state.gov
EducationUSA Lusaka organizes university fairs and events that bring Zambian students together with representatives from U.S. universities. Learn about EducationUSA Zambia events and other useful information about studying in the United States.
- Like us on our EducationUSA Zambia Facebook page.
- Scholarship Updates
- College Board Online (http://collegeboard.com)
- Application Timeline
- Educational Testing Service Online (http://www.ets.org)
- MBA Online (http://mbaonline.com)
- Useful information about pursuing a PhD degree: www.OnlinePhD.org
About EducationUSA: EducationUSA is a network of hundreds of advising centers in 170 countries, where millions of international students each year find accurate, comprehensive, and current information about how to apply to accredited U.S. colleges and universities. The EducationUSA network is supported by the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA), which strives to foster mutual understanding between the people of the United States and the people of other countries. EducationUSA advisers and staff work with U.S. higher education professionals to promote international student enrollment. EducationUSA also helps promote study abroad opportunities for U.S. citizens. U.S. and international students alike can prepare for leadership roles in today's world through an international education.
In addition to providing print and online materials at EducationUSA Advising Centers, advisers reach prospective student audiences through fairs and outreach events at local schools, universities, and other public venues. Extending outreach beyond personal interaction, the network reaches millions of students through websites, webinars, and social media platforms. Explaining the incredibly diverse U.S. higher education landscape and decentralized admission process for thousands of U.S. institutions is a monumental task. EducationUSA has simplified the path a prospective international student takes to reach his/her goal of studying in the United States with "Your 5 Steps to U.S. Study":
(1). Research Your Options,
(2). Complete Your Application,
(3). Finance Your Studies,
(4). Apply for Your Student Visa, and
(5). Prepare for Your Departure.
On our primary website http://www.educationusa.state.gov you will also find a wealth of information designed for international students.
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