Study and Go Abroad Fair

EducationUSA Officer Michael O’Shea speaks to a prospective grad student.

EducationUSA Officer in Canada Michael O’Shea recently offered valuable insight to prospective students at Montreal’s Study and Go Abroad Fair at the Palais de Congrès. Public Affairs and Consular staff were also available to answer questions and encourage students to consider studying in the U.S. With over 5,000 accredited higher education institutions and as home to 6 out of the world’s top 10 ranked Universities, the U.S. is well worth considering for undergraduate or graduate studies.

EducationUSA is a free international advising center offering international students information to help narrow down the wide range of options to find the school that best suits them. The valuable resource also includes a Canada-specific website which helps to clarify the confusion about the different application procedures between the U.S. and Canada, as well as help students find valuable financial aid to make studying in the U.S. affordable.

Our counterparts across Canada also took part in local Study and Go Abroad Fairs in Vancouver, Ottawa and Toronto over the past week. If you are a Canadian resident with particular questions about studying in the U.S. that aren’t addressed on the EducationUSA Canada page, feel free to email The advising team is always happy to hear from prospective students!