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Schedule of U.S. Education Fairs around the World: We invite you (and your relatives and friends) to personally meet our colleagues who want to welcome you to their campuses. Access our schedule regularly, as we update events and add new ones!

Meet Mika: Our Virtual Internship Team recently completed work on an original six-minute animated film about learning more: PlusDiscamus. Let us know what you think, by writing to cheryl@USjournal.com

New Series of MP3 Audio Files: USjournal.com has released MP3 files for global distribution, so students around the world can conveniently learn more about studying in the USA. It had to be you...:

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