Young people from Telangana looking at the prospects for higher education in the United States will soon make it easier, with a second EducationUSA center opening in the city early next year.

According to an official communication, the US State Department, which currently provides advisory services to prospective students through seven EducationUSA Advising Centers in India – in New Delhi, Hyderabad, Chennai, Kolkata, Bangalore, Ahmedabad and Mumbai – will open a second opening EducationUSA Center in Hyderabad early next year.  The Y-Axis Foundation will host the new center.
All of these centers are staffed by EducationUSA advisors who provide accurate, comprehensive, and up-to-date information on opportunities to study in the U.S., helping Indian students find the best program and the right fit at 4,500 accredited higher education institutions in the United States State.  US, declared the communication.

Students looking for additional facts about studying in the US can also download the EducationUSA India app, available for free on iOS and Android devices.  At the click of a button, the app provides the latest information on the college application process and is a quick and easy first step to planning higher education in the US.
EducationUSA (https://educationusa.state.gov/) is now a global network of advisory centers in 170 countries supported by the US Department of State, the Bureau of Education and Culture.  In India, EducationUSA centers at the United States-India Educational Foundation (USIEF) actively promote American higher education by providing information about educational institutions in the US and guiding qualified individuals on how to best access the opportunities.

Meanwhile, an Open Doors report released by the U.S. Institute of International Education on Monday said the U.S. remains the best choice in 2019-2020 for Indian students pursuing higher education abroad.

Nearly 200,000 Indian students have chosen the US as their destination to pursue higher education in the 2019-20 academic year.  Indian students made up nearly 20 percent of the more than one million students from around the world, and the U.S. saw a gradual increase in the number of undergraduate students from India, the report said.

Secretary of State for Public Works David Kennedy said: ‘In the last ten years the number of Indians studying in the US has roughly doubled, and we know why: the US is the gold standard for higher education, providing practical application and experience it gives our graduates an advantage in the world economy.'
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