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Useful information when living and interning in the US
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Fusia connects, grows and serves global young professionals since 2008.
We're a designated sponsor of the US Dept. of State's J-1 (BridgeUSA) internship programs
The upcoming NYEP, which will be held in July 2023, is a career-focused tour customized for Hong Kong Metropolitan University (HKMU) students. The aim of the program is to enhance participants’ understanding of the inner workings of NYC and to prepare them for their future careers.
To apply, submit your application to Student Affairs Office of HKMU direct (HERE)
Selected students will be nominated to the Global Learning Scheme offered by the University directly and may be able to obtain HK$10,000 subsidy from the University when you have fulfilled the Scheme requirements. No separate application for the subsidy is required. For details of the Subsidy Scheme, please visit the Scheme webpage: LINK
The program fees are listed in USD and amount to $3150 per participant for the 2-week (14 nights, 15 days) program. The fees include accommodation, round-trip airport shuttle, transportation within NYC and DC, and more. Airfare and personal expenses are not included.
Two online briefings: Nonimmigrant B-2 visa application and pre-program orientation alongside necessary support
22+ guided activities, e.g., professional visits, workshops, tours, and more alongside two staff members available for 8 hours each day
14 nights of accommodation at a 3-star hotel in both NYC (such as the Asiatic Hotel) and DC, with breakfast and basic amenities
Each participant will be given a MetroCard for NYC subway for two weeks plus DC/NYC round-trip shuttle and airport/hotel car service
Two gatherings : a welcome orientation (food and drinks included), and a farewell event at a baseball game (food and drinks not included)
Airfare , personal expenses/daily meals/entertainment $35+/day (vary by individual), MRV (visa) fee $160, SIM card $30, health/travel insurance, hotel deposits/damages
Have questions? Check out our frequently asked questions below for answers to common inquiries. For additional assistance, contact us at +1 917 244 2600 WhatsApp chat.
When are the program fees due and how do I pay?
What type of visa should I apply for, and will you apply for the visa on my behalf?
What happens if I fail my visa interview? Will I be refunded the program fee?
Will the air tickets be purchased together?
Is New York City (NYC) dangerous?
Where will we be staying during the program?
Do I need to share a room with another student during the program? Can I choose my own roommate?
Can I choose not to participate in some of the scheduled visits and activities and do things on my own?
Will I need to pay for my own food during the program?
What are the benefits of applying?
Will I receive a certificate upon completion of the program?
Are the program activities fixed, or are they subject to change?