What normally happens when you graduate in the U.S. as an international student? You return to your home country, where your degree from USC is received with open arms by potential employers. But what if you would rather remain in the States and become a permanent resident? One way of doing this is by finding a Read more
USC’s International Offices in China and the USC Career Center collaborated with China-based talent company HelloCareer to co-host a career fair for top students graduating from U.S. universities. With over 130 Fortune Global 500 companies represented and over 1,750 Chinese graduates from U.S. universities in attendance, the event is among the most prestigious of its kind. Over 250 students and Read more
All new international students must register for a PPV session before fall 2016 begins. Visit the New Students section for more information.
Teachers and students in OIS’s English Language Program (ELP) recently released an international cookbook for the 2015-16 school year. It includes recipes from Brazil, China, Iran, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Mexico, Poland, South Korea, Spain, Taiwan, Turkey, Venezuela and the United States. Use this amazing cookbook and take your taste buds on a tour around the Read more