Topics: High school, Secondary school, Tenth grade Pages: 13 (1942 words) Published: April 4, 2013
United States Student Achievers Program
2014 Application Form

There are many determined and talented students in Mongolia who lack financial resources and access to information to better their educational future. For the 8th year, the Educational Advising and Resource Center seeks to identify highly academically qualified and motivated, but financially disadvantaged 10th and 11th grade students to join the United States Student Achievers Program (USAP).

USAP’s mission is to assist highly-talented and determined, but economically-disadvantaged ADVANCED LEVEL students to negotiate and finance the admissions process for colleges and universities in the United States with the aim of producing skilled and widely-educated leaders for tomorrow’s Mongolia. USAP works closely with students through regularly scheduled meetings and seminars in order to assist them throughout the application process and to secure admission and scholarships for colleges and universities in the United States. The EducationUSA advising center – EARC - provides free membership to its resources and advising sessions for the USAP participants. USAP expects a strong commitment from the students to the program and later on to their communities and Mongolian society.

Although we do not limit the program geographically, the students MUST be able to reach our office in Ulaanbaatar on a regular basis during the school year, throughout school breaks and summer vacations. The students will work with our educational advising staff over this year and the next year to try to secure places and financial assistance to begin study in the US in August or September 2014.


To apply to USAP, you must currently be a highly-determined and hardworking 10th and 11th grade student who will graduate in spring of 2013 and 2014. To be eligible for consideration, you must have a VERY strong academic record, be actively involved in co-curricular and leadership activities and have a strong record of giving back to community. You must also demonstrate financial need and provide a proof that your family would not be capable of financing your education in the USA. Please complete this application form and return it together with the required documents listed at the end of application form by post or in person no later than Friday, March 22, 2013 to:

Educational Advising Resource Center
Sukhbaatar district, Student’s street
Building MKM – 24, 1st floor
Tel: 976-11-319016; Fax: 976-11-326941

Photocopies of this form are acceptable. Please complete this application form fully, providing us as much information as possible about yourself, your dreams and ambitions, your family background and your academic and co-curricular records. Please send all parts of your application together at one time to ensure that your application is complete. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

USAP 2012 Application Deadline: Friday, March 22, 2013

Selection process:

1st selection
March 22, 2013Deadline for application submission (no later than 5 PM) March 26List of applicants who will take TOEFL test will be posted on EARC bulletin board and

2nd selection
March 30, 2013Applicants will take the TOEFL test, the place and time will be announced April 2, 2013Results of the TOEFL test will be announced on EARC bulletin board and

3rd selection
April 6, 2013Applicants scored higher than 570 on the TOEFL test will take the SAT test, the place and time will be announced

4th selection
April 11, 2013Applicants are invited for an inverview

Final selection
April 12, 2013Final selection result will be announced on EARC bulletin board and website

Read directions carefully: It is essential that you attach to your application the following documents. Please do not send originals of...
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