Manya-The Princeton Review
invites
Ankit Mehra, CEO, Gyandhan
to Conduct a Webinar

“Is the American dream over for Indian students?”

 

Highlights of the Webinar:

Will there be a reduction in H1B visas?
What will be the impact of $130k as the minimum salary? Is $130k as a minimum salary even true?
Is the OPT period under threat?
Is the American dream over?
Is Canada / Australia a better option for higher studies?
Can I repay my loan with an Indian salary?

 

Who should attend?

Candidates interested in Masters/PhD/MBA from the U.S.
 


Register Now!


Limited Seats Register Now!

Date and Time: Friday, April 7, 2017 from 4.00 p.m. to 5.00 p.m.

 

Speaker Profile


Ankit Mehra is the co-founder and CEO of GyanDhan, India's first and only education financing marketplace. An IIT Kanpur alumni, with GyanDhan, he seeks to expand and equalize access to higher education by revolutionizing the education loan market. Prior to starting GyanDhan, he completed his MBA from IESE Business School in 2015 which included a stint at Credit Suisse in London. He worked for 6+ years at Capital One, one of the top 10 banks in the US, joining the firm after graduating from IIT Kanpur in 2007.