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Hermiona's Next Workshop: Feb 9, 2019 in Moscow!

Updated: Feb 5, 2019

An American education is a direct path to your child’s future success. Several times a year, we host an in-person meeting with graduates from top US universities, where experts in the field of American education share their invaluable experience and advice.

We’ll be discussing the principle differences between American education and that of other countries around the world; admissions strategies for how to separate yourself from the rest; scholarships; the most promising fields of study in our era; the best time to start preparing for admissions; the benefits of American summer programs; the variety of American summer programs; sports opportunities at American universities and boarding schools; and so much more.

Our experts:

Yelena Kadeykina, graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

Yelena is a serial entrepreneur living and working in the USA, the founder of several technology start-ups, an expert in the field of intersection of education and innovation, one of the founders of a film about Richard Bach, the author of the cult work, The Seagull named Jonathan Livingston. Her latest project, Hermiona Education, provides distance learning and support services for students seeking to successfully realize their potential in a new country and achieve success.

Leora Eisenberg, current student at Princeton University.

Leora is the recipient of three different scholarships over the course of her three years at Princeton, which have allowed to her to conduct research in Central Asia. She is also the author of numerous publications that have appeared in publications such as The Huffington Post, Tablet Magazine and Voices on Central Asia; is fluent in 5 languages; and has also learned many others. Leora is a consultant on the Hermiona team, and helps students from all over the world fulfill their potential in American schools, universities, and summer programs.

We can’t wait to see everyone who dreams of a bright future for their children on February 9 at 11:00 am Presnenskaya Naberezhnaya, 8, Building 1, Moscow, 123317.

Registration for the event is here:

Space is limited, so register now!

Contact: Olga Smyshlyaeva (+ 7-962-980-01-10)




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