Reach Your Future Students Now
Among all the many ideas about how and when to reopen campuses, some are suggesting fall 2021 as the most realistic time for students to return. If that holds true, then now is the time to make sure your institution or program is still front-of-mind for students — and we can help!
Study in the USA has been a trusted partner and advisor for over 40 years. We have a depth of industry knowledge in addition to always finding new ways to connect with students. We have multiple solutions that include creating content, showcasing your program through student bloggers, hosting live events online, social media blasts, and more. Reach your future students now!
“We’ve been working with Study in the USA for several years now, and it’s been a great experience. We’re constantly getting inquiries — each and every day. And more than anything else, I feel like we’re really well taken care of. Customer service is exceptional.” —Long Island University Brooklyn
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Upcoming Capstone Student Fairs in Vietnam
The Capstone StudyUSA & Canada Higher Education Flex-Fairs and International Boarding & Day School Flex-fairs in Vietnam are taking place April 16–24. Despite the limitations imposed by the pandemic, Capstone shares that “there is still strong interest in overseas study,” and the U.S. remains in students’ top five desired destinations. Capstone encourages, “Looking ahead to fall 2021, this is still a great time to begin, or continue, your recruiting efforts in this dynamic market.” The 2021 Study in the USA magazine will be distributed at all of these events.
Planning ahead? Book ad space in our 2022 edition now by getting in touch with our team →
Our Clients Rock!
Our client testimonials speak for themselves, and we're unbelievably honored to hear that their experiences have been so positive. A big thank-you to each and every valued partner who took the time to create them!
It's critically important to all of us at Study in the USA that what we do matters to you. We're constantly striving to do our best, so that our schools and programs get both the best exposure and the best prospective students around the globe.
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Case Study: Check Out These Results!
Is there a magic recipe for enrolling 50 international students in a timeframe of 12 months? Working with an English program within a large, public university, we combined a mix of marketing channels to engage students, and the program successfully responded to a total of 625 inquiries.
To learn more about the mix of products and services that were used and the successful strategy we launched for this English program, check out the case study on our site.
By Mim Lee Phillips, MS
International students choosing to study in the U.S. find high value in the experiences they have, lasting a lifetime. Significant for today, higher education institutions see economic fallout from the pandemic and could lose more than monetary repercussions. While in 2018 international students attributed 44.7 billion dollars to the U.S. economy, NAFSA estimates a $3 billion loss in 2020. This impacts both higher education institutions and creates an even greater loss to industries closely associated with international students. Challenging times, definitely. But an additional loss to consider is the potential decrease in enrollments and the inherent value of social mobility for today and future generations in the U.S. and abroad.
International students choose to complete their tertiary education outside of their home country based on many variables. Influencing decisions range from future economic goals, family, adventure, friends/influencers, prestige, scholarships, and the list continues. Dr. Timothy Carey states, “Good choices are decisions that keep you heading in the direction in which you want to go.” No one can doubt that the value of studying across the globe is most likely a very good decision. Lived experiences are imprinted in our memory, resulting in how we interact for the rest of our lives. Recognizing potential global benefits such as learned independence, understanding cultural differences, language proficiency, new education system, meeting new people, and resiliency.
By focusing on the human-centered international experience of four women from four countries across four decades, we can see that — within a 40 year span — the time spent in international higher education leaves an indelible imprint and significantly impacts a person for the rest of their lives.
Interested in Recruiting Undergraduates from India/South Asia, Southeast Asia, and/or the Middle East?
By working with The Global Educator Program (TGEP), colleges and universities can host qualified high school/independent counselors on their campus from those specific regions. The counselor cohort is carefully selected to represent students interested in studying abroad and have the means to do so. By hosting the TGEP cohort, host campuses provide international counselors with experiential opportunities to tour their campus, meet with their students, faculty, and the admissions team.
Campuses in New York, Iowa, Minnesota, Michigan, Vermont, Rhode Island, Maryland, and California have already confirmed hosting the TGEP 2021 cohort.
Would you like to host the next TGEP cohort on your campus in June 2021? Check out this link.
Want to learn more about the program? Join the webinar on February 23 at 8AM PT! Experienced counselors will be sharing program details and benefits.
Additional Print Exposure in China
We’re excited to share some great news about additional exposure our Chinese magazine received this month. Thanks to a WeChat promotion run with our partner, i2i Group, the Chinese edition received an extra 67,000 views this month. With the new administration in place and vaccine distribution on the upswing, these additional views are well timed as we collectively begin planning for the coming year.
Now is the time to consider your 2022 print options — get in touch with our team to learn more →
Happy New Year!
We made it to 2021! It feels seriously magnificent to say goodbye to 2020 and alllllllllllllll of its challenges. Let’s take a moment to appreciate what we’ve made it through and that while we are still facing a bumpy start to 2021, we can see a light at the end of the tunnel.
Now is the time to keep going! We’re going to keep on creating opportunities for connection with international students and keep on working to showcase your schools and programs.
How can we work with you in this brighter new year?
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To Our Wonderful Higher Ed Community --
What a year it’s been! As the end of 2020 approaches, we wanted to take a moment to celebrate our collective resiliency, flexibility, and creativity during a very trying time.
In looking back over the year, we’re struck by how many new avenues have been invented to connect international students with U.S. schools and programs. Without fairs, in-person tours, and regular travel, we all had to find new ways to create connections.
We’re feeling super grateful to have made it through this year and be here at the end of it with you all. From all of us at Study in the USA, we wish you well during this holiday season and look forward to jumping into the challenges and new creations of 2021 together.
—The Study in the USA Team