USIEF – IIE Higher Education Fairs, 2012

India's improving education system has been an important contributor to the country’s economic rise. In 2010/2011 students from India represented approximately 14% of the total foreign students in the U.S., making it the second largest country of origin, according to Open Doors report.

The Institute of International Education has been organizing fairs in Asian regions since 1982. IIE and The U.S.-India Educational Foundation (USIEF) in partnership with Education USA, announce the Fall 2012 annual USIEF-IIE higher education fairs in India.

USIEF - IIE Higher Education Fall Fair Schedule

City Date Time Venue
New Delhi
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Nov 3rd 2 pm – 4 pm (only for Undergraduate students)
4 pm – 6 pm (all students)

The Lalit New Delhi
Barakhamba Avenue
Connaught Place
New Delhi-110001
Tel: +91-11-44447777

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Nov 4th 2 pm – 4 pm (only for Undergraduate students)4 pm – 6 pm (all students) The Lalit Ashok Bangalore
Kumara Krupa High Grounds
Bangalore: 560001,
Karnataka, India.
Tel: +91-80-30527777
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Nov 7th 4 pm – 6 pm (only for Undergraduate students)
6 pm – 8 pm (all students)

Taj Krishna, Hyderabad (To be confirmed)
Road No. 1
Banjara Hills,
Hyderabad - 500 034
Tel: +91-40-66662323

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Nov 10th 2 pm – 4 pm (only for Undergraduate students)
4 pm – 6 pm (all students)

Le Royal Meridian
1 GST Road
St. Thomas Mount
Chennai - 600 016
Tamil Nadu- India.
Tel: +91-44-22314343 / 43534545

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Nov 11th 2 pm – 4 pm (only for Undergraduate students)
4 pm – 6 pm (all students)

JW Marriott hotel
Juhu Tara Road
Mumbai, 400049 India


The fairs are free for students and parents to attend. In addition to U.S. Universities representatives, students will get an opportunity to interact with consular offices from the U.S. Embassy and other government officials. Additionally, fair will give students an opportunity to meet representatives from the private sector, to explain ancillary services and products that can benefit students when travelling abroad.

The Fair offers Students and Parents an opportunity to:

  • gather information on a variety of academic programs, including community colleges, undergraduate and postgraduate studies
  • speak directly with admission representatives and alumni from accredited U.S. institutions
  • attend seminars about university applications, visa requirements and student life in the U.S.
  • learn about scholarships available to study in the U.S
  • get a complimentary Study America Fair Guide with useful information about U.S. higher education, profiles of institutions, issues relating to application procedures, test requirements, financing studies, and U.S. culture.

For more information on IIE’s Higher Education Fairs, cities and fair dates, please visit the website -