- American Educational Guidance Center (AEGC)
- AEGC operates a fee-based college placement service for international
students. AEGC provides international students with assistance in gaining
admission to US institutions of higher education. AEGC has
arrangements with 100 "cooperating" institutions that have agreed to
accept their generic application form, waive initial application fees,
and render admissions decisions in 15 days or less. AEGC works with
the student to select one to five of the cooperating institutions. AEGC
guarantees to refund their fee if they cannot secure admission for
the student to one of these institutions within 30 days. About a third
of the institutions have agreed to guarantee admitted AEGC applicants
annual, renewable scholarships of at least $1,000.
AEGC works through an international network of representatives. There
are currently representatives in Japan, Turkey,
China, Taiwan, India, Senegal, Philippines, France, Hong Kong, Korea, Brazil,
Spain, Venezuela, South Africa, Germany and Singapore. Students from
these countries are referred to the appropriate representative. The
fees vary from country to country, but average US$850.
Dan Rosenfield, AEGC's director, has served as a college admissions director.
For more information, call/fax 1-919-478-3777, write to
American Educational Guidance Center, 44 Lake Royale, Louisburg, NC 27549,
or send email to Dan Rosenfield at
- American Education Magazine
- American Education Magazine is an online guide to the US
educational system and application process, including some information
financial aid and employment for international students. The guide is sponsored by
the International Education Service (IES), which offers free
placement services for international students.
For more information, fax 1-310-576-3479, write to International
Education Service, 1512 11th Street, Suite 201, Santa Monica, CA, USA 90401,
or send email to email@example.com.
- Education Opportunities in America, Inc.
Education Opportunities in America, Inc. offers college selection and
placement services to Chinese and Indian students. They conduct
personal interviews in the student's home country in order to best
match the student to the schools and programs that correspond to their
goals and qualifications.
For more information, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Estudos no Exterior
- Estudos no Exterior (means "Study International") sends Brazilians
abroad for study.