US Embassy in collaboration with Y-Axis Foundation to launch an app for Indians seeking higher education in USA

April 23, 2019

US Embassy in collaboration with Y-Axis Foundation to launch an app for Indians seeking higher education in the USA. This App will provide guidelines to the Indian candidates seeking higher education in the USA and help them in choosing the best institution.


In addition, it will also provide information about scam and fraudulent portals. Karl Adam, Deputy Cultural Affairs Officer, US Embassy said, “The US has over 4700 institutions of higher education and each university is different. The advisory, through the app, would be given in the best interest of the students. It will also inform students about scholarships available to them.”


“Every year we see more and more Indians choosing to go to the US for higher education. Almost 2 lakh students attended US universities last year.”


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About Y-Axis Foundation


Y-Axis Foundation is India’s #1 immigration and visa consultant organization and world’s largest B2C immigration firm. The firm also provides end to end job search services that create a well-curated profile for the candidates and they then market them in the countries to get the candidates a full-fledged job.


Courtesy: the Indian wire


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