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Big team from US’ Council of International Schools in town


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Council of International Schools, one of the most prestigious groups of US universities and colleges ever to visit the Island, is currently in Colombo on a 48 hour visit en route to India. They are visiting six of Colombo’s leading schools; Bishop’s, Ladies, CIS, British, AIS and Overseas during this brief stopover, conducting vital workshops on how to get admitted to the most selective schools with financial aid.



This visit is locally coordinated by Scholarships for USA (Pvt) Ltd (www.scholarshipsforusa.com) who has been exclusively promoting US education during the past ten years. Representatives of following schools are featured:The following universities will participate in the Council of International Schools 2012 South Asia tour: Agnes Scott College – Decatur, Georgia, USA; Bryn Mawr College – Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, USA; Clark University – Worcester, Massachusetts, USA Colgate University – Hamilton, New York, USA; Connecticut College – New London, Connecticut, USA; George Washington University –Washington, DC, USA; Grinnell College – Grinnell, Iowa, USA; Hult International Business School – London, England; Knox College – Galesburg, Illinois, USA; Loyola Marymount University – Los Angeles, California, USA; Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences – Boston, Massachusetts, USA; Northeastern University – Boston, Massachusetts, USA; Pennsylvania State University- University Park, Pennsylvania, USA; Reed College – Portland, Oregon, USA; Southern Methodist University – Dallas, Texas, USA; St. OIaf College – Northfield, Minnesota, USA; Syracuse University – Syracuse, New York, USA;  Texas Christian University – Fort Worth, Texas, USA; Trinity University – San Antonio, Texas, USA; University of California, Davis – Davis, California, USA; University of California, Los Angeles – Los Angeles, USA; University of Denver – Denver, Colorado, USA; University of Miami – Coral Gables, Florida, USA; University of Missouri – Columbia, Missouri, USA; University of Richmond – Richmond, Virginia, USA;  Vanderbilt University – Nashville, Tennessee, USA; Vassar College – Poughkeepsie, New York, USA; Washington and Jefferson College – Washington, Pennsylvania, USA; and  Winthrop University – Rock Hill, South Carolina, USA.


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