News Release: HAMILTON, Bermuda – US Consul General Karen Grissette and the Right Reverend Bishop Nicholas Dill invite residents and visitors of all ages to attend a free concert at the Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity (‘Anglican Cathedral’) on Monday, March 14, at 12:30pm, featuring the Harvard Krokodiloes and the Radcliffe Pitches.

After two years, Harvard University’s oldest a Capella groups return to Bermuda to continue their traditional Spring Break tour by performing an entertaining blend of harmony and humour for audiences at different venues across the island.

“It’s a pleasure to welcome the Harvard Krokodiloes and Radcliffe Pitches back to Bermuda this year and to partner with the Cathedral to host this daytime concert,” said U.S. Consul General Karen Grissette.

“Special thanks to Bishop Dill for his continued support in making the Cathedral available for the public to experience these young, dynamic performers. Come out and enjoy the show!”

To reinforce the longstanding educational exchange ties between the United States and Bermuda, the US Consulate will soon launch its Study with “US” (#StudyWithUS) campaign in Bermuda, which will spotlight Bermudian students currently attending US colleges and universities, as well as Bermudian alumni of US colleges and universities. 

The campaign will showcase students and alumni eager to share the impact on their lives from studying in the United States.  To join the campaign and share the impact of your own US educational experience, contact the US Consulate at ([email protected]).

With over 4,500 accredited institutions of higher education in the US, there is an American college or university right for everyone.  There is also a range of affordable study options and scholarships for Bermuda’s students.  Many of the world’s leaders and innovators, including prominent figures from Bermuda, are graduates of US universities.  With the United States maintaining eight of the top ten universities globally, the quality of a U.S. education is unsurpassed. 

 Graduates of US universities are working to solve some of our toughest global challenges. American colleges and universities highly value international students for the unique perspectives they provide both inside and outside the classroom.  More international students choose to study in the US than in any other country, including 234 students from Bermuda.

#StudyWithUS provides information on pathways to pursue higher education through EducationUSA, a U.S. Department of State network of over 430 international student advising centers in more than 175 countries and territories. The network promotes U.S. higher education to students around the world, offers information about opportunities to study at accredited postsecondary institutions in the United States, and provides services to students and their families focused on topics including the admissions process, standardized testing requirements and how to finance a U.S. education. The U.S. Consulate can provide information about the student visa process and preparing for departure to the United States.

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For more information about EducationUSA, visit: Educationusa.state.gov or contact [email protected]

For information about student visas and Bermuda’s special visa exemption, visit: https://bm.usconsulate.gov/ or contact [email protected]