Join Us for a Virtual Event: Planning for International Study and Understanding the U.S. Education System
Are you unsure of how to plan for international study? We’re excited to invite you to a Facebook Live session moderated by Darren Grosch, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs at Los Angeles City College, and panelist Chanhyuk “Ken” Park, an international student from Gangnam, Seoul, South Korea, studying Biochemical Engineering at Skagit Valley College. Learn how Ken planned his global education journey!
What will you learn from this Live session?
- An overview of the U.S. educational system from the perspectives of an international student from South Korea and an Associate Dean of Academic Affairs at LACC
- Ken’s plan that led to a successful study abroad, from pre-application planning to post-acceptance.
- Key differences between learning in the U.S. vs. in Gangnam, Seoul
- Tips & strategies to help you prepare for your own TOEFL iBT test
Who will you hear from?
Chanhyuk “Ken” Park
From Gangnam, Seoul in South Korea to Skagit Valley College in Mount Vernon, Washington, USA, Ken Park is an international student who’s taken the first step on his American education adventure. Having experienced the relentless, competitive nature of South Korean education, Ken’s desire for a different experience led him to the U.S. When he’s not studying, Ken enjoys watching K-dramas, shopping at outlets, and spending time with his new furry friend during his homestay.
Darren Grosch, the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and International Student Programs at LACC, is no stranger to walking students through the study abroad planning process. Mr. Grosch brings a unique perspective on the U.S. education system and never fails to give helpful advice — just watch his previous Live session with us.
When is the session, and how do you attend?
The Live session will take place on May 17th at 12 pm PST on Facebook. You can join by visiting Study in the USA or TOEFL on Facebook on the day of the session.
Don’t miss out!
Join our Live session with Ken and Darren for an informative conversation about planning for international study, understanding the U.S. education system, and much more!
As a bonus, Study in the USA will be giving away a $50 Visa gift card to one of our attendees on Facebook.
Thanks to our friends at TOEFL for supporting this program.
We look forward to seeing you there!
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