The Emerald Heights International School


Emerald Heights Organizes US Universities’ Fair

Albeit, experience in an international setting might be a little uncomfortable experience, but the changing times seek the wide range of knowledge, adaptability and experience which the students cannot acquire from the traditional way. Companies across the globe are increasingly seeking to become a strong presence in the marketplace. They often look to hire employees who not only have multi-cultural language skills, but those who can also communicate, and conduct business across different cultures. Keeping pace with such growing demands is certainly not achievable without global exposure, planning targeted leaps and quality education.

We believe that the long-term career prospects can be enhanced by wealthy experiences so as to develop self-confidence and cross-cultural education information in order to place our students at the best suitable university. Henceforth, we provided a gala platform on studying in the United States, which is a rewarding experience. However, navigating its way becomes a challenge without the proper knowledge and support. The mission of the school career department is to assist our students in the process by arranging certain fairs on campus, wherein all the queries get answered by right reservoirs. This year, there were 18 renowned universities who traveled from the United States to speak to educate our students and smoothen the trajectory on wards. The universities were:-

  • Capitol Technology University
  • Depaul University
  • Florida International University
  • Full Sail University
  • Hobart and William Smith Colleges
  • Indiana University Bloomington
  • New York Film Academy
  • Ohio University
  • Rutgers University–Camden
  • San Diego State University
  • Savannah College of Art and Design
  • The University of Kansas
  • University of Oklahoma
  • University of California, Santa Barbara
  • University of Houston
  • University of Missouri
  • University of Tennessee
  • Wabash College