COVID-19 Resources: Study in the USA | June 2020

COVID-19 resources: Study in the USA | June 2020 - eduPASS

eduPASS is a resource for aspiring international students, especially during this current uncertainty. We hope you and your loved ones are staying safe during this unprecedented health crisis, and that we continue to be a source of guidance.

As you consider your plans for fall 2020, we recommend you take a look at the resources available on our website, like our guide for choosing the best school for you. The rankings are based on things like value, safety, and a welcoming campus for international students—you can read more here. eduPASS is partnering with MPOWER to share even more resources for international students. We encourage you to take a look at our June edition of resources below and share it with anyone who can benefit.

Where can I find additional test prep help?

Our friends at MPOWER hosted a webinar with CollegeDekho about how COVID-19 has affected the role of GMAT/GRE scores in your admission process. You can check out the recording here.

What are the most recent U.S. visa restrictions?

Stay up to date on the COVID-19 effects on U.S. visas and entry for international students. Follow the updates and restrictions from USCIS here.

What are universities doing in the fall?

Follow along for all the university updates on this page here to know first what schools are deciding for Fall 2020 and check out this post to see how universities are responding to COVID-19 to help you pick the best school.

I need extra help working and studying from home – where can I find resources?

Switching to an online classroom or working from home is a stressful transition. Check out this article for some helpful tips on how to get the most out of your working and studying at home. 

Where can I find IELTS resources?

Our friends at WES.org shared this helpful article on how to best use your extra time to prepare for the IELTS exam! Find the article here and read more about the three-part series on tips to ace the exam and practice your English skills.

How do I stay up to date with the current events?

The news can be extremely overwhelming right now. Make sure you still get updates on the COVID-19 crisis. Please be sure to follow reputable sources like the World Health Organization Coronavirus Map.

Ways to have fun at home!

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