The real foreign policy of America is citizen to citizen, friend to friend, people to people, foreign bonds of brotherhood that no tyranny can diminish. - Edward M. Kennedy (February 1972, Dhaka)


Differently Abled But not Left Behind

On November 14, 2016, Ms. Lisi Desai gave a presentation on this topic. She talked about MIUSA and their programs, shared her experiences and details about the WILD program, Leadership development during the program. She also focused on Higher Studies opportunity and exchange programs in USA for students with disabilities and about accessibility, reasonable accommodation, independent living opportunities for students with disabilities. Ms. Lisi in 2016, participated the Training program of Women's... ..Read more

Brain Gain

Highly regarded personnel from US embassy and minister of Bangladesh governement were present at the event for inspiring students. Ambassador Marcia Bernicat, U.S. Embassy Dhaka & Begum Tarana Halim, Honorable State Minister, Posts and Telecommunications Division encouraged students to gain Higher Education in USA and then to bring back their knowledge to develop Bangladesh. She encouraged students to be patriotic and contribute to the Bangladeshi economy. The other speakers during the... ..Read more

Experience Sharing: University application process

Mr. Nabil Neazee, a student shared his experience on the different types of scholarships he had applied for at US universities & the processes he followed. He was definitely an inspiration for other students who are also interested to go to study in the US. He applied and got accepted to 7 universities, and received five different types of scholarships. ..Read more

Differently able but not left behind

This awareness session on disability was held on November 15, 2016. MIUSA at a glance, WILD selection process, WILD experience sharing, MIUSA's programs and projects, leadership quality, information and tips for students with disabilities, reasonable accommodation, accessibility were discussed in the program. Turning Point, a capacity building and advocacy based organization, was affiliated with the program. ..Read more

Differently Abled, but not Left Behind

EducationUSA Adviser talked about US University application process for disabled students and about MIUSA and their programs. She focused on Higher Studies opportunity and exchange programs in USA for students with disabilities related to accessibility, reasonable accommodation, independent living opportunities. Additionally, she mentioned different facilities they may receive while giving standardized exams. ..Read more