International students make frequent economic and cultural contributions to the United States. Now, EducationUSA's United States Student Achievers Program (USAP) recognizes international students for their ability to “broaden their horizons and share ideas and perspectives with a diverse array of people.”
What is USAP?
USAP is an EducationUSA program that provides opportunities and higher education access to low income youth around the world who have the potential to be future leaders. USAP chooses participants based on a history of academic excellence, demonstrated leadership potential, ethos of giving back to the community and economic disadvantage. Participants of the program also invest time, leadership and service to their communities and schools.
Where is USAP?
Founded in Zimbabwe in 1999, USAP is currently available at EducationUSA advising centers in countries on four continents. Countries offering the USAP program include Bangladesh, Brazil, Bulgaria, Colombia, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Jamaica, Latvia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mongolia, Mozambique, Nigeria, Serbia, South Africa, Uganda, United Kingdom, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
Are you interested in learning more? Visit USAP's website for information on programs, news and events.