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.
Students Receiving Our Global Edition
Our Global magazine’s distribution continues! Karen Kaylor, director of the United States Education Information Center in Singapore, shared with us that the “Study in the USA magazines have been delivered... I've already used 75 of the first 100 from my original shipment. Parents still like the magazines, and in Asia, PARENTS make the decisions.”
Additionally, the Global edition will be distributed in person this week at the Oh Study! fair in Taiwan.
Want to reserve space in our upcoming edition? Get in touch with our team! →
Student Sessions Events
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.
Wednesday, March 3 at 8AM PT on Facebook Live
Ask Us Anything: a conversation with Study in the USA and Columbia University
Wednesday, March 10 at 8AM PT on Facebook Live
Ask Us Anything: a conversation with Study in the USA and Pacific Lutheran University
Friday, March 12 at 9AM PT on Facebook Live
Ask Us Anything: a conversation with Study in the USA and Southern New Hampshire University
Watch the Facebook broadcast on our page →
Did you know that our Student Voices blog is read by 150,000 international students each month? It’s a great way to share the experiences international students are having at your school or in your program and to reach prospective students. The blog posts are also promoted on our social media channels, reaching our 600,000+ followers.
Get in touch if you’d like to participate in our student blogger program →