Last Chance for an Ad in Our Annual Print Editions
Using the internet isn’t always the most effective global outreach strategy. From rural villages to cities with filtered internet access, attempting to reach prospective students only digitally isn’t enough. With 1.4 million magazines in circulation all around the world, Study in the USA can help reach hard-to-reach places.
Don’t miss out on using print as part of your outreach plan. Limited space is still available in our 9 annual editions, plus we’re offering expanded e-readership. The deadline is July 31, so act quickly!
Contact our team to reserve ad space now →
85% Use Social Media to Research
For those students who are online, a whopping 85% use social media as a research tool. And 27% of students say that live video influences their decisions, hence the popularity of Instagram Live, YouTube, and Facebook Live videos. Social media is great for dispersing quick bits of information and for creating connections. We’ve had great success with students educating students on our Instagram Live events.
Interested in creating content for your social channels but not sure where to start? Download our one sheet on how to analyze your market and create a plan.
Let us help! Get in touch with our team to create a strategy →
Student Sessions Events: Facebook and Instagram Live
Student Sessions is a weekly program that connects current and prospective international students with universities and peers. All sessions are recorded for viewing after the live broadcast.
Tuesday, July 21 at 9AM on Instagram Live
Brian Childs of California State University, Monterey Bay will discuss “On-Campus Employment, Internships, and OPT.”
Thursday, July 23 at 9AM on Facebook Live
Natalie Brown and Amanda Stibick of Truckee Meadows Community College share the “Benefits Beyond a Big City: Studying in the USA.”
Watch the Facebook and Instagram broadcasts →
The unity of our community banding together to defeat the ICE policy that would have sent our international students home was wonderful to witness. Although we are incensed with the need to fight it at all, we are grateful that this injustice was stopped in its tracks.