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Associate Provost Dr. Nathan Myers welcomes Chathurdika to Youngstown


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Chathurdika Jinadasa was recently accepted to Williamson College of Business Administration of Youngstown State University considered one of the top business schools of Ohio accredited to the Association of Advance Association of Collegiate Schools of Business to read for a MBA. YSU is an excellent university which is truly affordable with generous financial aid to international students. Chathurdika would have opportunities to apply for a graduate assistantship earning $ 7,500 stipend and research credit by aiding in research and instructing undergraduate students. YSU’s internships and jobs include The Century Group, Ernest & Young, LPL Financial, Mercey Health, NASA etc. Chathurdika was assisted by Scholarships for USA Ltd. (BUP_DFTFT-EDU-SUP-1SUSA) in her search of affordable US universities.

Since ‘01 SUSA is engaged in connecting Lankan academics with most affordable colleges and universities across United States and have succeeded in placing over 300 students across the island most of whom have reached amazing levels in academics and professions. SUSA is the only Sri Lankan recruiter who works exclusively with US schools. Its annual summer visits to US over last decade have borne fruit in discovering and teaming up with scores of schools from Montana to Hawaii and from Maine to Pennsylvania.

When asked Chathurdika as to how she viewed the services of SUSA she said: “I was looking for reliable guidance in entering a reputed US school to earn a MBA that would be accepted and respected across the globe and was fortunate to discover SUSA. They were very experienced in their job, reliable and transparent. They were also very committed, friendly and concerned. You could comfortably ask them anything. I would recommend them to anyone seeking US higher education.” 

 


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