For Immediate Release
Harmani Student Passes Rigorous Exam Process on First Attempt
PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA – January 23, 2014 – Harmani Associates International announced that one of its Japanese students successfully completed the J-1 Visa process on the first attempt.
The J-1 Visa allows individuals to participate in the Exchange Visitor Program, which “fosters global understanding through educational and cultural exchanges.”
Harmani’s English as a Second Language Program (ESL) is highly selective; J-1 Visa applicants must pass a series of academic tests with Harmani prior to interviewing with a sponsor and/or an American consular official.
This success builds on Harmani’s continued high educational standards for its students: in February of 2005, The Daily Yomiuri , a leading Japanese news publication, published eight essays written by Harmani’s ESL students.
Then, in June of 2006, 20 Harmani ESL students received scores of 800 or higher on the Test of English International Communication (TOEIC).
A Harmani representative explained the educational focus of Harmani Associates International: “We pride ourselves on educating highly motivated critical thinkers (regardless of ethnicity and socioeconomic status) who are willing and able to engage in global leadership roles with multicultural understanding.”
For more information about educational opportunities through Harmani Associates International, please contact:
Harmani Associates International
1800 JFK BLVD Suite 300
Philadelphia, PA 19103 USA