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Thursday, March 21 2019 @ 11:46 PM UTC

Clarification on Scholarships Offered by the US Embassy in Panama

Schools & EducationThe U.S. Government, through its Embassy in Panama, offers a wide range of scholarship and exchange opportunities for everyone from undergraduate and graduate level university students and teachers to high school students and English teachers. There are even scholarship opportunities to study within Panama for those who would like to study English.

A group of U.S. universities participated in the Scholarship Education Fair that took place March 29th, organized by the International Student Network (ISN). ISN is a company that introduces U.S. universities to students from Latin America by organizing education fairs. Many of these universities would like to increase their international student enrollment and they offer scholarships and financial assistance that are open to Panamanian students.

The U.S. Embassy, through the U.S. Foreign Commercial Service, assists in the promotion of these events like the Scholarship Education Fair 2012 that took place on March 29th at the Courtyard Marriott. Many of the universities represented at the fair offered varying amounts of scholarship or tuition discounts to their individual universities. Those partial, private scholarships are different from the scholarships and exchange programs that the U.S. Government offers to Panamanians.

For more information on U.S. Embassy scholarships please follow us on Facebook at Estamos Unidos Panama and on Twitter @USEmbPAN and #BecasUSA. For information on specific scholarships, please visit our website at: http://tinyurl.com/BecasUSA. (US Embassy Panama City Press Release)

Editor's Comment: The ISN fair was actually held at the Courtyard Marriott Hotel on Friday, 30 March 2012.

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