In-Person Fairs in Brazil Are Back!
Study in the USA magazines continues to promote your programs at major fairs around the world. Last month, several U.S. school representatives met with students, parents, and counselors at EducationUSA fairs in cities across Brazil, including São Paulo, Recife, Fortaleza, Belo Horizonte, and Rio de Janeiro.
If you are unable to attend these fairs, Study in the USA magazines will be there for you!
"Thank you very much for sending the magazines, it certainly contributed a lot to making our fair a successful event.” —Letícia de Mello EducationUSA Adviser, EducationUSA Fairs Brazil
For us, it’s not print vs. digital advertising, it’s print AND digital. All of the statistics and studies also tell us as advertisers that the best marketing plans use a mix of both print and digital. Let us help you mix it up for success.
You can read Study in the USA magazines digitally here!
How to Attract Chinese Students to Your School!
Interested in reaching Chinese students? Trying to understand the China market and navigating a clear path for recruitment poses unique challenges as well as opportunities. Targeted and culturally appropriate messaging is vital for your institutions to attract Chinese students to your universities.
Because a digital presence is so important in marketing to Chinese students and parents, how should you go about building one? To learn more, join our partner i2i Media for a live webinar on Tuesday, October 18th at 10 am PST.
Not sure if you can make the live session? You can still register, and we'll send you the recording afterward.
Guest Speaker: Alexander Glos, CEO of i2i Media
Tuesday, October 18, 2022
10AM PST / 1PM EST
"Study in the USA is one of the only partners we had that shows consistent return on investment year after year — I really think that says it all, honestly!" —Samantha Talavera, Asst. Director, Global Marketing at ASU Global Launch, Arizona State University
Looking for inspiration?
Listen to our International Student Stories Podcast where we support, educate and celebrate the international student and higher education communities by providing a platform to share authentic stories and exchange ideas.
Juliana Pereira is a trailblazer; raised by a single mother in Florianópolis, Brazil, she learned at an early age that there’s nothing women can’t do. She began college at the age of 16 and quickly earned her degree in journalism. Her desire to impact the world led her to forego that degree in pursuit of civil engineering. The journey that ensued saw her traveling to five countries, with Juliana making a lasting difference wherever she went. Today, Juliana is continuing to pave the way for women in Engineering at Purdue University. Listen to her story here.