Interested in Recruiting Undergraduates from India/South Asia, Southeast Asia, and/or the Middle East?
By working with The Global Educator Program (TGEP), colleges and universities can host qualified high school/independent counselors on their campus from those specific regions. The counselor cohort is carefully selected to represent students interested in studying abroad and have the means to do so. By hosting the TGEP cohort, host campuses provide international counselors with experiential opportunities to tour their campus, meet with their students, faculty, and the admissions team.
Campuses in New York, Iowa, Minnesota, Michigan, Vermont, Rhode Island, Maryland, and California have already confirmed hosting the TGEP 2021 cohort.
Would you like to host the next TGEP cohort on your campus in June 2021? Check out this link.
Want to learn more about the program? Join the webinar on February 23 at 8AM PT! Experienced counselors will be sharing program details and benefits.
Application Numbers Are Up!
In what’s being attributed to a “Biden bump,” international student application numbers increased in January. According to Forbes, they’re up 10% over the previous year, totaling 5,583,753 (through January 18, 2021). StudyUSA.com’s traffic numbers bear out this data — the site saw a significant increase in student visits in January. All of these are signs that 2021 is already looking up!
Get in touch with our team about capturing these eager students’ attention →
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.
TODAY! Tuesday, February 16 at 9AM PT on Facebook Live
Undergraduate Research at Hope College
Wednesday, February 17 at 8AM PT on Facebook Live
Ask Us Anything with Olympic College
Thursday, February 18 at 9AM PT on Facebook Live
Finding Your Home at Hanover College
Watch the Facebook broadcast on our page →
Community Colleges for International Development Conference
Thursday, February 18 at 3PM PT
Study in the USA will be speaking about “Building Effective Digital Marketing Campaigns for International Students”
Learn more on the CCID conference site →
EnglishUSA Professional Development Conference
Friday, February 19 at 2PM PT
Study in the USA and valued partner Unibuddy will be speaking jointly at the online EnglishUSA Professional Development Conference on "Peer-to-Peer Influence on the International Student Journey."
Learn more on the conference site →
“What I found in the U.S. particularly amazing is having the world in a single country. Here you can find people from all over the place. This makes the experience even richer.”
—Student blogger Pietro Rossini is currently an ESL student at Framingham State University, who is waiting to hear if he’s been accepted into Boston University’s master of journalism program