Last Week in Vietnam...
Study in the USA 2020 editions were handed out just last week at a Capstone event in Vietnam. One of the benefits of print is its longevity — printed pages exist outside the internet’s never-ending scroll. If you advertised in our 2020 editions, the magazines are still working for you! And if you’re looking for longevity and reach in your marketing plan, we can help.
Get in touch to create a far-reaching and long-lasting recruitment plan →
Case Study: Facebook Live Student Sessions
Want to reach more than 110,000 international students at once? In a single Facebook Live event? It’s what’s been happening with our Facebook Live Student Sessions. Running since April, the live events were started to support and inform international students and educational systems navigating the current challenging and evolving climate. In addition to the events themselves, social media promotions are shared with our 580,000+ followers across multiple channels and platforms, and 46,000+ students are alerted by email.
Past sessions are available on our Facebook page — check out this one with Tacoma Community College that has more than 30,000 views or one with University of Arkansas that has more than 35,000.
Download our Student Sessions Case Study one sheet for stats.
Contact our team to participate in Student Sessions this fall! →
Webinars and Live Events
Unibuddy + Study in the USA Webinar
In case you missed it and are interested in learning about peer-to-peer ambassadors on StudyUSA.com, watch our webinar with partner Unibuddy here.
Students 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 broadcasts.
Watch the broadcasts on our Facebook page and our Instagram channel. →
“We have had many ‘first days’ in our lives, yet, we still get nervous and excited every time. This is mainly because every first day is different. After all, every person, situation, and school is different. … Online classes could be even harder. You could feel isolated, and it may be harder to adapt. New formats, the lack of face-to-face conversations, and a disorganized schedule can make you lose your peace of mind. However, you should not freak out. I am going to give you some tips that you may need later on.”
—Student blogger Andreina Di Geronimo from Venezuela is studying at Hillsborough Community College in Tampa, Florida. In her most recent blog post, Andreina gives timely tips on managing your first day back to school