On Wednesday, a U.S. Embassy official provided full information regarding USA student visas and possible scholarships to study in the United States.
The information, which is sought by millions of foreign students worldwide who desire to study in the United States, was provided to about 100 students studying at the American University of Phnom Penh (AUPP).
Collin Webster, Vice Consul at the Visa Section at the U.S. Embassy, and Mao Kolap, education advisor, spent almost two hours providing this important information to AUPP students studying in year two to year four.
Dr. Billie Jean Slott, Director of Students Affairs at AUPP, said it is very important for students to know in advance about the U.S. visa process and the possible scholarships available to Cambodian students, as they make their plans to pursue their graduate degree in the U.S.
AUPP is a leading university in Cambodia and one of the few universities in the region to offer students fully accredited U.S. Bachelor degrees. It is also the only university in Cambodia that provides “dual degrees” as it partners with the University of Arizona and Fort Hays State University.