StudyUSA
StudyUSA
We help you get admitted to US universities and live the American Dream

Welcome

StudyUSA

Your Ultimate Companion in US University Application and Financial Aid

Our Students are our Pride. Our Family.

Our past mentees are now living the American Dream at various US Colleges
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College admission process simplified

StudyUSA Global Educational Consulting assists high school students in the US, and all over world, navigate the university application process, often deemed confusing and daunting, due to inadequate guidance and an overload of information on the internet.  

 
 

American dream made affordable

Our mission is to demystify the US college admission process so that more deserving students around the world can gain access to higher education, and benefit from scholarships and financial aid- a unique scholarship system that makes higher education in the U.S. more affordable.

 
 

World without strangers

Our vision is to foster intellectual exchange among students and break down cultural barriers among global youths by facilitating their access to a world-class education, in the U.S. or abroad, thus empowering them to give back to the global community by sharing their acquired experiences and expertise.

 
 
 
PEOPLE MAGAZINE — September 2018: “L’Amérique, terre d’opportunités!” [“USA, the land of opportunities!”]

PEOPLE MAGAZINE — September 2018: “L’Amérique, terre d’opportunités!” [“USA, the land of opportunities!”]

 
 
5PLUS MAGAZINE — September 2018: “Son rêve Américain” [“Her American dream”]

5PLUS MAGAZINE — September 2018: “Son rêve Américain” [“Her American dream”]

 

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From the Founder

 
For over a decade, I have successfully worked with American and international families of diverse cultural, economic, academic, and linguistic backgrounds on finding their right-fit schools. As a foreign-born American educational consultant, I can deeply relate to the challenges faced by students and parents who are not familiar with the ever-changing landscape, and current trends in higher education.

I was fortunate to attend some of the finest colleges like UCLA and I am the proud mother of two MIT students. My personal life revolves around my kids even when I am globe-trotting to discover foreign cultures: over 50 countries visited so far.

Education is sacred for me: after a rich teaching career in college and high school, I decided to give back more directly to the community by combining my personal experiences as a parent, and my professional expertise as an educator, to help families navigate the college application and financial aid process, without undue stress. That is how StudyUSA was founded!

As an Independent Educational Consultant, I keep current with the latest trends in higher education, and I regularly attend conferences and tour colleges. I guide my students using a student-centered, and empowering approach that unfolds their uniqueness, and helps them present the best version of themselves, to admission officers at their dream schools.

I attribute my outstanding success in college admission counseling to my familiarity with various school systems, my knack for languages, my cross-cultural sensitivity, and the fact that I treat my students like my own kids!
— Anjanita Mahadoo

ANJANITA MAHADOO

MA, MS (Ed)
Independent Educational Consultant

Professional Membership: IECA, HECA, NACAC, NAFSA

 
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Inspiration. Tips. Advice. Inside Stories. 

Our blog contributors work hard to bring you the latest U.S. college admission news, tips, and advice to keep you updated so you can stand out of the crowd. Based on their personal experiences, individual insights and exclusive stories, our past students share with you their college application adventure on their journey to success.
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