The Educational Advising Center offers to help organize university fairs in the country for a fee. We take care of advertising it in local newspapers, sending out invitations to local high schools, universities and other institutions, inviting the public in general.
Testing For Distance Learning Programs
The Educational Advising Center also provides testing to students enrolled in distance learning programs. This service is offered for a small fee to cover the proctor's fee. We do not incur in shipping expenses; therefore, the university and the student must come to an understanding prior to starting testing. University representatives must contact the educational advisor for details.
This service is offered to students of all levels who are close to traveling to the US to begin their academic programs. The orientation session covers a broad variety of topics related to the development of academic programs as well as the development of common daily life activities for a student in the US.
If you are interesetd in attending a pre-departure orientation, please contact us with plenty of time in advance so you may learn about the dates planned for this event.
Advising For High School Educational Counselors
Our Academic Advising Center also offers assistance to educational counselors that work with high school students in their plans to obtain an education in the US.
Presentations Of American Educational Institutions
For individual universities who wish to come to Ecuador and promote their institutions, we offer advertising and communications plans and also we provide the space for the presentation. Our facilities are available for presentations both in person and through video conference.
Additionally, we can assist American institutions with the organization of their visits to local high scholls and/or universities.
The Fulfright Program aims to bring a little more knowledge, a little more reason, and a little more compassion into world affairs and thereby to increase the chance that nations will learn at last to live in peace and friendship.
J. William Fulbright