Now vs. In 6 Months
Yes, we are in challenging times. But doing nothing with your digital marketing for the next 6 months won’t move you forward — and you don’t want to miss out on what's happening now! Last month, we received more than 8,000 student inquiries. Waiting 6 months puts you behind hundreds of other schools who are out there gaining trust and who for the last 6 months have been acquiring leads to fill their pipeline and conversions. Use this time to continue to build brand awareness. Our goal is for your investment to create results you can see now and in the future!
Contact us to craft a digital marketing plan that works for you now →
Hot Tip: Using Testimonials from Students, Alumni, and Parents
Looking for an easy way to promote your program or institution? Use testimonials from your student and alumni networks — and their parents! Testimonials are evergreen — use them in years to come, not just now — and help create connections using authentic voices and stories, which is critical for Gen Z.
Download our Testimonials Hot Tips sheet— it outlines additional benefits to your program plus how and where to use the testimonials!
Student Sessions: Facebook and Instagram Live
Student Sessions is a weekly program that connects current and prospective international students with universities and peers. All sessions will be recorded for viewing after the live broadcast.
TODAY! Tuesday, September 22 at 9AM PT on Facebook Live
Victoria Kassie and Jesús Aceves-Loza of Fordham University will talk about “Student Life in New York City: Experiencing, Sharing, and Learning in the Big Apple”
Thursday, September 24 at 8PM PT on Facebook Live
Emily Liu from the University of Delaware will answer “How Can I Be Successful in an American University as an International Student?”
Watch the Facebook broadcasts on our page →
“Every country is different, and adapting to new experiences could be hard. It is helpful to know that you are not alone, and this experience is actually going to help you in the future. Opening to new cultures is going to help you grow.”
—Andreina Di Geronimo from Venezuela is studying at Hillsborough Community College in Tampa, Florida, and provides tips in her most recent blog post on how to deal with culture shock.