Monday, February 23, 2009

Cartisans seminar on Top US Universities

To all of you who have long term aspiration to study in US, this could be a very good seminar for you to attend!


Cartisans Consultancy ( is organizing a seminar entitled 20 Things You Need To Know To Get Into Top US Universities on Saturday 1:20pm, 7 March 2009 at Cititel Mid-Valley.

We believe this is a great opportunity for students to hear from experienced admissions consultants and get their questions answered. We want to get students and their parents thinking about applying to top US universities and understanding what's involved right from the start of the year instead of waiting until the last minute, which places an undue burden on their counselors and teachers at the end of the year.

The seminar will address some of the myths and fallacies surrounding university admissions and give students a clear idea of what they need to do. Given that it has become increasingly difficult for parents to afford an overseas education, we will also address financial aid questions because we feel that the lack of funds does not mean a lack of opportunity.

This seminar will only be open to 150 pre-university students who are planning to apply for entry in Fall 2010. Thus, tickets will be sold at a nominal fee of RM30 for a set of two (one student, one parent) to cover some of the administration and venue costs involved.
If you are interested, do reply here, and I will put you in touch with the organizer.


Anonymous said...

Hello, I am a pre-university student who is interested in attending the seminar. Hope you could put me in contact with the organizers. Thank you.

Chen Chow said...

Please kindly email me at chenchow to my gmail, and I will forward it to the organizer.

Anonymous said...

Hi can you pls tell me what time this event will end?

Cartisans said...

Hello, thanks for your enquiry but we actually have a full house so we've stopped selling tickets. You could send your email to Chen Chow and we'll keep you informed if we have similar events in the future for the public or at your college.