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12th Annual US Education Fair Listing of Participating Universities And Organizations.

• American Center, Moscow
• American Councils for International Education: ACTR/ACCELS
• American University, School of International Service
• The American University of Paris
• American-Canadian Consortium of Independent Schools: ACCIS
• California State University, East Bay
• Central European University
• Dartmouth College
• Dickinson State University
• Duke University
• Duke University, The Fuqua School of Business
• EF Education
• Ford Foundation International Fellowships Program/ Institute of International Education
• Foreign Languages and Study Abroad Magazine
• The Fulbright Program in Russia
• International Fairs “Education and Career-XXI”
• IREX (International Research & Exchanges Board)
• The Kennan Institute in Russia
• Minnesota State University Moorhead
• Monterey Institute of International Studies
• Moscow University Touro
• Old Dominion University
• Pericles American Business and Legal Education Project
• Rochester Institute of Technology
• STAR Travel
• University of North Carolina Kenan-Flagler Business School
• University of Oklahoma
• University of Southern California

American Center, Moscow[Top]

Representatives: Marisa Fushille, Director, Anna Britaeva, Deputy Director

Contact: Nikoloyamskaya Ulitsa, 1
109189 Moscow, Russia
Phone: (095) 777 65 30
Fax: (095) 777 65 34
Email: amcenter@amc.ru
Website: www.amc.ru

The American Center in Moscow is a public library modeled after an American library. It provides library and reference services and hosts cultural and educational programs for up to 300 visitors a day. The Moscow Center is the largest in a network of 25 American Centers and Corners (www.amcorners.ru) across Russia. Patrons of the American Center have attended lectures on topics ranging from the history of racial tolerance to the poetry of rock and roll. Visitors can watch award-winning films, chat with native speakers of English, read Business Week or Architectural Digest and then check out their favorite novel to read at home. Both students and teachers conduct research at the American Center library. Representatives of the press, non-governmental organizations, business, and cultural and educational institutions hold seminars at the American Center and come to the Center for current, accurate information about the United States.

American Councils for International Education: ACTR/ACCELS[Top]

Representatives: Joel Ericson, Regional Director for the Russian Federation, Ann Domorad, Operations Director for Eurasia

Contact: Leninsky Prospekt, 2, P.O. Box 1
119049, Moscow, Russia
Phone: (095) 237-9116, 956-7805
Fax: (095) 230-2223
Email: general@actr.ru
Website: www.americancouncils.ru

American Councils for International Education: ACTR/ACCELS is a not-for-profit educational, training, and consulting organization specializing in the countries of Eastern Europe, Russia, and Eurasia. American Councils programs include academic exchange, professional training, institution building, research, materials development, technical assistance, and consulting. Founded in 1974 as the American Council of Teachers of Russian (ACTR), American Councils has worked to advance research, training, and materials development in the fields of Russian and English language; strengthen communication within and between the communities of scholars and educators in language, literature, and area studies in the United States and Eurasia; and further educational reform through education, training, and institution building.

One of American Councils’ newest initiatives is is the U.S. Graduate School Consortium, which
links prospective students who are qualified to study at the Master's or Ph.D. level with U.S. institutions.

American University, School of International Service[Top]

Representatives: Patrick Breiding, SIS Graduate School Representative

Contact: American University SIS, 4400 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20016-8071
Phone: (202) 885-1600
Fax: (202) 885-2494
Email: breiding@american.edu
Website: www.american.edu/sis

The School of International Service, at American University, was founded in 1957. President Dwight D. Eisenhower, presiding over the groundbreaking, charged the school with a distinct mission: “to wage peace.” Since then, SIS has continued its commitment to the field of international relations and advancing human dignity around the world. That tradition continues today, as SIS offers eight professionally-oriented master's degree programs including: Comparative and Regional Studies (Africa, Americas, Asia, Europe, Middle East, Russia and Central Eurasia), Global Environmental Policy, International Communication, International Development, International Economic Policy, International Politics, International Peace and Conflict Resolution, and United States Foreign Policy. For mid-career professionals, there is a two-semester executive degree program, the Master of International Service. Within each program, students have significant flexibility in their curriculum. As an important component of the educational experience, students are highly encouraged to seek internships. For those interested in careers as college and university faculty members, the School maintains a prestigious full-time doctoral program in International Relations.

The American University of Paris[Top]

Representatives: Randy Vener, Supervisor of Financial Aid/Senior Admissions Counselor

Contact: 6 rue du Colonel Combes
Paris, 75007, France
Phone: 33 1 40 62 07 27
Fax: 33 1 47 05 34 32
Email: Randy.vener@aup.edu
Website: www.aup.edu

Founded in 1962, The American University of Paris is the oldest American institution of higher learning in Europe. Located on the Left Bank near the Eiffel Tower and the Seine, AUP offers undergraduate and graduate courses based on understanding of and sensitivity to diverse cultures. The university is completely international, comprised of 1,000 students and over 100 nationalities. Small classes create a lively multicultural learning environment that encourages dialogue and debate with professors and other students.

American-Canadian Consortium of Independent Schools: ACCIS[Top]

Representatives: Hadija Gipaeva, Program Coordinator

Contact: Leninsky Prospekt, 2, P.O. Box 1
119049, Moscow , Russia
Phone: (095) 230-4589, 956-7805
Fax: (095) 230-2223
Email: accis@actr.ru
Website: www.accis-ac.com

This consortium of 17 prominent boarding schools in the U.S. and Canada was established in March 2005 by American Councils with the goal of providing Russian children a truly unique and previously unavailable opportunity to study at the most prestigious independent schools in North America.

The Consortium membership includes the world renowned Deerfield Academy, which has a long history of educating students who go on to become prominent political and business leaders, West Nottingham Academy, one of the oldest American boarding schools, the famous Webb Schools in California, and Canadian Appleby and Trinity Colleges. The members of the consortium are known as the “Harvards” of secondary education due to their excellent reputations, the highest quality of education, and the unique conditions they offer for the full development of each child. The schools pride themselves on the one hundred percent enrollment of their graduates into the world's top universities.

California State University, East Bay[Top]

Representatives: Dr. Gary Wishniewsky, International Programs Academic Director, Moscow MBA Program, Andrey Korolev, MBA Program Manager, Svetlana Avrutskaya, Program Manager

Contact: Institute of Business and Economics, Academy of National Economy
Prospect Vernadskogo, 82, bldg. 1, Room 213
119571, Moscow, Russia
Phone: (095) 564-8619
Fax: (095) 433-2508
Email: gary.wishniewsky@csueastbay.edu
Website: www.csueastbay.edu

California State University, East Bay, offers graduate studies in Finance, Strategic Management, and Marketing in Moscow, and undergraduate, graduate, and English language studies in the San Francisco Bay Area. The Moscow MBA is offered in partnership with the Institute of Business and Economics and is fully accredited in the United States. Qualified Russian managers study a two-year American MBA curriculum taught by Russian and American professors. The Moscow program was established at the Academy of National Economy in 1993 and is the first accredited American MBA in the Russian Federation. Over 720 Russian managers have completed the program, and 200 are currently enrolled. Kariera Magazine has ranked the program the # 1 MBA Program in Russia since 1998. In December 2000 the program was also ranked Number One by an Expert Committee of the Russian Ministry of Education.

Central European University[Top]

Representatives: Marianna Skuratovska, Program Coordinator

Contact: Nador utca, Budapest 1051, Hungary
Phone: (36 1) 327 30 09
Fax: (36-1) 327 32 11
Email: marianna@diar.ru
Website: www.ceu.hu

Central European University (CEU) is an internationally recognized US-degree granting institution of post-graduate education in the social sciences and humanities, located in the capital city of Hungary, Budapest. The university enrolls approximately 1,000 students from more than 60 countries.

CEU offers master’s and doctoral (PhD, SJD) programs in the following areas: Economics, Environmental Sciences and Policy, Gender Studies, History, International Relations and European Studies, Legal Studies (including Human Rights), Mathematics and its Applications, Medieval Studies, Nationalism Studies, Philosophy, Political Science, Public Policy, Sociology and Social Anthropology, as well as several programs in Business and IT Management offered by CEU Business School.

CEU is accredited by the Commission of Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, 3624 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104, United States; 1(215) 662-5606.

Dartmouth College[Top]

Representatives: Leonid Vindman, Alumnus

Contact: 6016 McNutt Hall
Hanover, NH 03755
Phone: (603) 646-2875
Fax: (603) 646-1216
Email: adm.enrollment@dartmouth.edu
Website: www.dartmouth.edu

Founded in 1769, Dartmouth is a private, four-year, undergraduate institution with graduate schools of business, engineering and medicine and 16 graduate programs in the arts and sciences. Located in the small, picturesque New England town of Hanover, New Hampshire, it is only a few hours away from New York and Boston. The student body of 4,250 undergraduates represents every state of the U.S. and over 52 nations around the world. Dartmouth's unique blend of university resources with a college's focus on undergraduate education offers small classes and a choice amongst 1,350 courses in 28 departments and 45 standard majors. Dartmouth's graduate programs are small and selective and are designed to provide more flexibility than the traditional master’s or Ph.D. programs usually allow. Admissions decisions are made based on academic merit and Dartmouth is committed to providing students with the financial support necessary to enable their attendance.

Dickinson State University[Top]

Representatives: Andrew Novotorov, Assistant Professor

Contact: 291 Campus Dr.
Dickinson, ND 58601
Phone: (701) 483-2185
Fax: (701) 483-2055
Website: www.dickinsonstate.edu

Dickinson State University takes pride in its broad range of excellent academic offerings in the arts and sciences, teacher education, business, nursing, agriculture, and other professional areas. Thousands of successful graduates attest to the high quality and strong relevance of Dickinson State’s programs. The faculty and staff stand ready to support your educational development with personalized attention and care.

Dickinson State University is fully accredited and invites Russians to receive their bachelor's degrees in one of a variety of fields of study in beautiful North Dakota.

Duke University / Duke University, The Fuqua School of Business[Top]

Representatives: Kimberly D. Reed, Esq., Alumna

Contact: Anne Sjostrom, Associate Director of Undergraduate Admissions,
Address: Duke University Box 90586, Durham, NC 27708-0586
Phone: (919) 684-0152
Fax: (919) 684-8128
Website: www.duke.edu

Contact: Christie Hill, Associate Director of EMBA Admissions
Address: The Fuqua School of Business, Duke University Box 90120,
Durham, NC 27708-0120
Phone: (919) 660-7999
Fax: (919) 684-2818
Websites: www.fuqua.duke.edu

About Duke University
Duke University, located in Durham, North Carolina, is one of the world's preeminent research and teaching universities. In addition to 6,000 undergraduates, Duke is home to 5,900 graduate students in arts & sciences, business, divinity, engineering, the environment, law and medicine. Duke consistently ranks among the top 5 universities in the United States.

The Fuqua School of Business
As a pioneer in educational content delivery and a leader in the integration of global issues, The Fuqua School of Business has quickly become an established world leader among MBA providers. Recognized consistently as one of the Top 10 business schools, Fuqua offers four ways to attain the MBA degree--one residential daytime program and three executive MBA programs.

EF Education[Top]

Representatives: Evgenia Savkova, Country Product Manager of Cultural Care Au Pair Program, Olga Schipkova, Country Product Manager of Academic Year Program

Contact: Ulitsa 1st Brestskaya, 15, 3rd floor
125047, Moscow, Russia
Phone: (095) 937-3888, 937-3874
Fax: (095) 937-3877
Email: education.russia@ef.com
Website: www.ef.com

EF is the largest educational organization in the world with offices and schools in 40 countries. EF has been specializing in overseas study programs for all ages and needs for nearly 50 years. EF offers short and long-term programs, specialized courses for university preparation with a business focus, University Placement Service, and cultural exchange programs (Cultural Care Au Pair in USA). EF offers an 11-month MBA program at its own Hult International Business School University in Boston (currently ranked #3 among Massachusetts business schools).

Ford Foundation International Fellowships Program/ Institute of International Education[Top]

Representatives: Yana Ogneva, IFP Russia Program Coordinator

Contact: Ulitsa Tverskaya 16/2, bldg. 3
office 1, 125009 Moscow, Russia
Email: ifp@iie.ru
Phone: (095) 935-8353
Fax: (095) 937-5418
Website: www.iie.ru/ifp

The International Fellowships Program (IFP) provides opportunities for advanced study to exceptional individuals who will use this education to become leaders in their respective fields, furthering development in their own countries and greater economic and social justice worldwide. To ensure that Fellows are drawn from diverse backgrounds, IFP actively seeks candidates from social groups and communities that lack systematic access to higher education. Fellows are chosen on the basis of their leadership potential and commitment to community or national service, as well as for academic excellence. Fellows may enroll in masters or doctoral programs and may pursue any academic discipline or field of study that is consistent with the interests and goals of the Ford Foundation.

Foreign Languages and Study Abroad Magazine[Top]

Representatives: Tatiana Yargutova, Head of Distribution Department, Nadejda Torbina, Deputy Head of the Distribution Department

Contact: Ulitsa Suschevskaya, 21
127055, Moscow, Russia
Phone: (095) 787-6330, 787-6252
Fax: (095) 787-6330, 787-6252
Email: spravlit@mail.ru

Foreign Languages and Study Abroad full-color magazine is published monthly with 40 pages plus cover and has a circulation of 25,000. It is distributed free at embassies, travel agencies, universities, colleges, libraries, banks and business centers. The magazine usually features the following three topics: information on educational consulting centers and groups, a main article, (the system of education of a country or a particular training program), and information on traveling and studying abroad–-personal insights of Russians who have traveled and studied abroad.

The Fulbright Program in Russia[Top]

Representatives: Valentina Gruzintseva, Program Officer

Contact: Ulitsa Tverskaya, d.16/2, bldg. 3, office 1
125009, Moscow, Russia
Phone: (095) 935-8353
Fax: (095) 937-5418
Email: info@fulbright.ru
Website: www.fulbright.ru

Established in 1946, Fulbright is the U.S. government’s oldest and best-known academic exchange program. Our goal is to increase mutual understanding between Russia and the USA using higher education. We enable Russian senior scholars to do research or teach at leading American universities. We provide grants for Russian university graduates to attend an American university in order to: pursue a two-year master’s degree program; spend one year taking non-degree coursework or conducting research in preparation for a kandidatskaya dissertation; or spend one year as a Russian language teaching assistant at an American college or university. We also arrange placements for American scholars and students at host universities across Russia. Fulbright grants are awarded annually through
merit-based, open competitions.

International Fairs "Education and Career-XXI"[Top]

Representatives: Valery Starchenko, President, Irina Shipilova, International Department Director, Daria Kazarinova, International Department Manager

Contact: Ulitsa Shukhova, 14, Office 301
115162, Moscow, Russia
Phone: (095) 237-7226, 237-0355
Fax: (095) 237-0355
Email: rtv@znanie.info
Website: www.znanie.info

The International Fairs “Education and Career-XXI” are the largest educational marketing event in Russia. Since 1994 these Fairs have been held twice a year in Moscow and St. Petersburg. More than 300 educational institutions both from Russia and abroad come to the Fairs annually. “Education and Career-XXI” brings together language schools, colleges and universities. “Education and Career-XXI” is a widely acknowledged and respected event in Russia which is attended by students, language teachers, study abroad/travel agents, educational advisers, journalists and officials. The number of visitors tops more than 40,000. The dates for 2005 are: Moscow: November 17-19 (Exhibition Center “Gostiny Dvor”, Ilyinka st., 4), St. Petersburg: November 11-12 (Exhibition Center “Manezh Kadetskogo Korpusa”, Universitetskaya embankment, 13).

IREX (the International Research & Exchanges Board)[Top]

Representatives: Jamie Kosmar, Muskie Program Manager, Maria Chetyrkina, Program Manager

Contact: Khokhlovsky pereulok, 13/1
109028, Moscow, Russia
Phone: (095) 956-0978
Fax: (095) 956-0977
Email: irexmos@irex.ru
Website: www.irex.ru

IREX (International Research & Exchanges Board) is an international nonprofit organization specializing in education, independent media, Internet development, and civil society programs around the globe. For over forty years, IREX’s mutually reinforcing programs and dynamic administrative expertise have provided the resources and information to empower individuals and enhance civil society. IREX’s continual investment in individuals through training, partnerships, education, research and grant programs, contributes to institutional strengthening and an overall improvement in society’s democratic, economic and social processes.

In the field of education, IREX facilitates the international exchange of students, scholars, and professionals with its expertise in all elements of exchange management, from participant recruitment, selection and placement to departure preparation, cultural orientation, intensive English instruction, and alumni development.

The Kennan Institute in Russia[Top]

Representatives: Galina Levina, Program Officer

Contact: Ulitsa Volkhonka, d.14, office 526
119842, Moscow, Russia
Phone: (095) 232-3496
Fax: (095) 232-3497
Email: kennan@kennan.ru
Website: www.kennan.ru

The Kennan Institute was founded as a division of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in December 1974 through the joint initiative of Ambassador George F. Kennan, then Wilson Center Director James Billington, and historian S. Frederick Starr. Named in honor of Ambassador Kennan's relative, George Kennan "the Elder", a nineteenth-century explorer of Russia and Siberia, the Kennan Institute is committed to improving American expertise and knowledge about Russia, Ukraine, and other states in the region. Through its residential scholarship programs, lecture and workshop series, and publication program, the Institute strives to attract, publicize, and integrate new research into the policy community.

The Kennan Institute offers residential research scholarships in the humanities and social sciences to academic scholars and specialists from government, the media, and the private sector. Eligible candidates include researchers and lecturers who hold at least Kandidat degrees. Particular preference is given to junior faculty members and to individuals pursuing projects on contemporary issues. All grants are awarded through merit-based, open competitions. The Kennan Institute is able to provide its scholars with access to libraries, research facilities, and human resources that are among the finest in the United States.

Minnesota State University Moorhead[Top]

Representatives: Serge Lavrentyev, Alumnus

Contact: 1104 7th Ave. South Moorhead, MN 56563
Phone: (218) 477-2956
Fax: (218) 477-5928
Email: intadms@mnstate.edu
Website: www.mnstate.edu

Minnesota State University Moorhead, established in 1887, is a public university dedicated to strong liberal arts and professional programs. MSUM enrolls approximately 7,500 students, nearly one third of whom live on campus. MSUM offers more than 100 majors, emphases and options, which lead to bachelor’s, master’s, and specialist degrees. Campus features include the Planetarium and Science Center telescope and observatory, art gallery, electronic music lab/recording studio, glass blowing studio, TV studio, radio station, greenhouse, and a materials testing and metallurgy lab in a state-of-the art science building. The Fargo (ND) and Moorhead area has a combined population of approx. 150,000, and for its size has one of the lowest crime rates in the nation.

Monterey Institute of International Studies[Top]

Representatives: Maria Kalitina, Alumna

Contact: Monterey Institute of International Studies
460 Pierce Street, Monterey, CA 93940, USA
Phone: (831) 647-4174
Fax: (831) 647-6624
E-mail: admit@miis.edu
Website: www.miis.edu

The Monterey Institute of International Studies is a small, private graduate school that educates American and international students for professional, global careers in international business, the international policy world, translation and interpretation, and language teaching. In addition to expertise in their respective fields of study, Monterey Institute graduates have attained second language proficiency, intercultural awareness and communication skills, and a global mindset.

Moscow University Touro[Top]

Representatives: Svetlana Pavlova, Vice, Rector, Michael Glatt, Vice Rector for International Affairs

Contact: Podsosensky per., 20/12, str. 1
105062, Moscow, Russia
Phone: (095) 917-4169, 917-4052, 917-3311, 917-3322
Email: admin@touro.ru
Website: www.touro.ru

Moscow University Touro offers the unique opportunity to obtain an American-accredited business education without leaving Russia. Students study in English with western professors in an environment identical to a university in America. Our commitment to excellence in education and our long experience in bringing an American business education to Russia make Moscow University Touro a unique and exciting place to study.

Moscow University Touro is an independent, non-profit institution of higher education, licensed and accredited by the State Committee of Higher Education of Russia, offering American degrees programs fully accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and School of the United States through affiliation with Touro College, New York.

Old Dominion University[Top]

Representatives: Svetlana Pavlova, Vice Rector, Michael Glatt, Vice Rector for International Affairs

Contact: 108 Alfred B. Rollins Jr. Hall,
Norfolk, Virginia 23529-0050
Phone: (757) 683-3685
Fax: (757) 683-5196
Website: www.odu.edu

Old Dominion University is a fully accredited, public university with a strong academic tradition. The university enrolls 21,000 students (1,000 international) and offers nationally ranked academic programs in 67 bachelors, 65 masters, and 26 doctoral degrees. ODU’s academic tradition is based on a low student-faculty ratio of 16:1, excellent faculty, and state-of-the-art resource and technology centers. Scholarships, ESL, and guaranteed internships are available. The campus of 180 acres is located in Norfolk, Virginia, a safe coastal region of 1.5 million people known for its mild climate and historical, cultural, and recreational attractions. Please visit our web site to view our on-line brochure and to obtain an application: www.odu.edu

Pericles American Business and Legal Education Project[Top]

Representatives: Marian Dent, Dean, Elena Schachter, Vice Dean, Head of Admissions

Contact: Ulitsa Tverskaya, d. 10, suite 319
125009 Moscow, Russia
Phone: (095) 692-6463, 692-5188
Email: info@pericles.ru
Website: www.pericles.ru

Since 1996, Pericles ABLE has been Moscow’s leader in providing an American legal education in Moscow, as well as providing GMAT, GRE and TOEFL preparation. We operate the first LL.M. (Master of Laws in American Business Law) program in Moscow with a full offering of legal skills courses. Our law students include lawyers from the top law firms in Russia as well as 5th year law students. Pericles GMAT, GRE and TOEFL students consistently report scores in the 90th percentile, and many go on to study at the top MBA and graduate programs in the world. All courses are taught entirely in English by fully qualified Western professors.

Rochester Institute of Technology[Top]

Representatives: Marina Fedorova, Alumna

Contact: Office of Undergraduate Admissions Bausch & Lomb Center, 60 Lomb Memorial Drive, Rochester Institute of Technology
Rochester, NY 14623
Phone: (585) 475-6631
Fax: (585) 475-7424
Email: visitrit@rit.edu
Website: www.rit.edu

Founded in 1829 and emphasizing career education, Rochester Institute of Technology is a privately endowed, co-educational university that includes eight colleges. The Campus occupies 1,300 acres in suburban Rochester, the third largest city in New York State. RIT enrolls more than 15,000 full- and part-time students in its eight colleges. The Institute has achieved international recognition for its quality career and professional programs, and it has more than 90,000 alumni around the world. Scholarships are available in all majors for students with high academic performance. A complete list of the majors is available online at www.rit.edu/international. RIT is also home to the National Technical Institute for the Deaf. Nearly 1,500 deaf and hard of hearing students study a variety of academic programs.

STAR Travel[Top]

Representatives: Ekaterina Egorova, Work Programs Coordinator, Alexei Golovlev, Work Programs Coordinator

Contact: Ulitsa Baltiyskaya, 9, 3rd floor
125178, Moscow, Russia
Phone: (095) 797-9555
Fax: (095) 797-9554
Email: help@startravel.ru
Website: www.startravel.ru

STAR Travel is the largest company in Russia engaged in student travel, overseas education, Work & Travel USA and internship programs. Star Travel services include:

  • Discounted air fares for youth under 26, students and teachers
  • International Student and Teacher Identity Cards (ISIC, ITIC)
  • U.S. long-term internships for students
  • Short- and long-term language courses in schools of Britain, Ireland, Malta and other countries
  • Worldwide hostel and hotel booking
  • Travel insurance and insurance for foreign students studying in Russia
University of North Carolina Kenan-Flagler Business School[Top]

Representatives: Ekaterina Arsenyeva, Alumna

Contact: Kenan-Flagler Business School
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Campus Box 3490, McColl Building
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3490
Phone: (919) 962-8301
Fax: (919) 962-0898
Email: ajesse@unc.edu
Website: www.kenan-flagler.unc.edu

UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School is part of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the first public university in the United States. UNC combines the cultural diversity of a world-class research community with the charm of a college town. Celebrated for its historic beauty, Chapel Hill offers a safe environment and is close to Research Triangle Park, home to more than 130 global companies. The Master of Business Administration is a 20 month program offering a highly coordinated, flexible curriculum. Hallmarks of the program include small class sizes of 70 students, emphasis on team building, leadership training and individual attention.

University of Oklahoma[Top]

Representatives: Kendall T. Parks, Alumnus

Contact: University of Oklahoma, Office of Admissions
1000 Asp Ave, Rm 127, Norman, OK 73019
Phone: (405) 325-2252
Fax: (405) 325-7124
Email: admrec@ou.edu
Website: www.ou.edu

Founded in 1890, OU is a major public university serving the educational and health needs of the nation. The Norman campus serves as home to all of the university’s academic programs except health fields. The OU Health Sciences Center in Oklahoma City is one of only four comprehensive academic health centers in the nation with seven professional colleges. Both Norman and Health Sciences Center colleges offer programs at the OU-Tulsa campus. OU has over 31,000 students, over 2,000 full-time faculty members, and 19 colleges offering 147 bachelor’s majors, 152 master’s majors, 80 doctoral majors, and 35 professional majors.

University of Southern California[Top]

Representatives: Linda Bruce, Alumna

Contact: Judith Jurek
Address: Graduate and International Admissions, Office of Admission
213 John Hubbard Hall
University of Southern California
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0911
Phone: (213) 740-1111
Fax: (213) 740-1556
Email: jurek@usc.edu
Website: www.usc.edu

The University of Southern California is one of the world’s leading private research universities. Located in the heart of Los Angeles, USC’s two campuses are home to the College of Letters, Arts and Sciences and 17 professional schools, as well as one of the largest teaching hospitals in the country. Founded in 1880, Southern California’s oldest private research university can attribute much of its success to excellence in teaching and research, a deep and abiding commitment to public service, and loyal educational community, the Trojan Family. Under the leadership of President Steven Sample, USC has become world-renowned in the fields of communication and multimedia technologies, and has received national acclaim for its innovative community outreach programs.

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