Revisit this webinar that was held by Careers360 on Wednesday, May 27, for students in India and their parents. The subject is "To Go or Not To Go? The Dilemma of Study Abroad Aspirants." Panel members included Study in the USA's CEO + Publisher, Renait Stephens, Karl Anderson of the University of Arkansas, and Dennix Averion of George Mason University in Virginia.
Continue Building Familiarity
Among all the many ideas about how and when to reopen campuses, some are suggesting January 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.
Be nimble, be ready to adjust your messaging to the changing situation, and continue building familiarity with a multichannel approach on various media outlets — and we can help!
We have multiple solutions that include creating content, showcasing your program through student bloggers, hosting live events online, social media blasts, and more.
Contact us about solutions for getting in front of students now →
In the most recent edition of The PIE Review, Study in the USA's CEO and Publisher, Renait Stephens, shares her thoughts about the next generation of international students.
Join Study in the USA's CEO and Publisher, Renait Stephens, on May 27 for a Careers360 webinar. She and the other panelists will be discussing study abroad options for an audience of Indian students and parents.
During this time of incredible change, your voice can — and should — be heard as a beacon in the midst of uncertainty. The Gen Z audience loves social media, but it also responds to the authenticity of non-digital, print marketing.
"A creative print piece can increase the likelihood that a prospective student clicks on a social media ad that follows," states a recent article from Inside Higher Ed.
Use all the channels available to you to get your message out to this discerning generation!
Contact our team to talk about your print + digital options →
To support and inform international students and educational systems navigating the current challenging and evolving climate, Study in the USA established Student Sessions on Facebook and Instagram Live this past spring. The weekly program connects current and prospective international students with universities and peers. All sessions will be recorded for viewing after the live broadcast.
June–July Presenters & Topics
Looking for ways to connect with international students? Consider working with Study in the USA to set up virtual events or use our social media channels — which reach more than 600,000 students monthly — to get your message out there. You could also write an article for our site, which gets 27.6 million page views per year. We have a powerful global network, let us leverage it for you!
Contact our team to make an outreach plan →