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COLOMBIA MISSION TRIP OCT. 24-28TH

Catedral Primada on Plaza Bolívar.  Credit Meridith Kohut for The New York Times

Catedral Primada on Plaza Bolívar. Credit Meridith Kohut for The New York Times

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The Study Texas Board is excited to announce the next Study Texas Mission Trip to Bogota, Colombia. We had previously discussed visiting Vietnam this fall, and due to changes with the Study Texas Board, we were unable to plan the trip for this fall. The Study Texas Mission Trip to Vietnam has been pushed to the spring, tentatively scheduled for February 2017.

As we have visited Colombia previously, we were able to plan a mission trip for this fall. EducationUSA Colombia is coordinating the mission for Study Texas, with the help of the U.S. Department of Commerce.

Study Texas Colombia Mission

October 24, 2016 - October 28, 2016

We'll be visiting high schools in Bogota, Colombia in addition to an EducationUSA Study Texas Pavilion and Recruitment Fair. Within the next week, we will have more updates regarding the schedule.

Study Texas Member Cost for the mission trip: $1,200

Registration Deadline: October 14, 2016

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NAFSA Breakfast in Denver, Colorado

Study Texas is happy to host another NAFSA Breakfast this year for the Annual Conference & Expo in Denver, Colorado.  Come join us for a delicious breakfast and learn more about the institutions in Texas and services that we offer. 

Join us on Wednesday, June 1st at The Delectable Egg, located on 1625 Court Pl, Denver, CO 80202 (only a 10 minute walk from the convention center). Breakfast will begin promptly at 7:30am. 

RSVP now to secure your spot! Don't miss out - click here to RSVP now!

Mission to Mexico

This November, Study Texas will take a statewide education mission to Mexico. Chair-Elect Dickie Hargrove will lead the mission with support from the U.S. Department of Commerce and EducationUSA. The mission will visit Mexico City, Guadalajara, and Monterrey to meet with local students and school advisors. Join the mission to showcase your school, make contact with prospective students and high school counselors, and make connections with other international education professionals.

BOSSA event - Study Texas took part for first time

BOSSA event - Study Texas took part for first time

NAFSA Annual Conference Study Texas Breakfast

Study Texas hosted the 2nd NAFSA Annual Conference Study Texas Breakfast for EducationUSA advisors, State Department officials, and Study Texas members on May 28, 2014, at Richard Walker’s Pancake House during the 2014 NAFSA Annual Conference & Expo, held in San Diego, California. This event provided the 38 EducationUSA advisors, USDOC education specialists, and REACS who attended the conference an opportunity to meet 22 members of Study Texas. Study Texas Chair, Anis Qourzal, gave a brief presentation to guests about Study Texas and why Texas is an ideal destination for international students who wish to study in the US.  Members of Study Texas had the opportunity to meet and mingle with attendees to share information about Study Texas, the State of Texas, and their respective institutions.