International K12 high school graduates represent the single fastest growing segment of potential international undergraduate candidates for US universities.
This is an especially noteworthy fact at a time when the industry is forecasting a 15% drop in domestic candidates for US bachelor degree programs by 2030.
So, it’s never been more crucial to build relationships with college counselors and advisors in international schools. These guidance professionals play a critical role in supporting their students’ ambitions and managing their college application planning.
But US higher ed institutions need a deeper understanding of what motivates counselors (hint: it’s seeing the students succeed!) if they are to build these important relationships.
In this webinar, BridgeU will moderate a panel discussion with international college counselors, representing a diverse range of backgrounds and responsibilities. This webinar will show US university admissions reps a "day in the life" of a 21st-century international school college counselor.
Whether you will be back on the road next semester or continuing virtual outreach, you’ll want to join us to receive key insights on:
• What information and support counselors need from universities during the US application process
• How counselors’ guidance practice has evolved throughout the pandemic period
• What college counselors believe to be the critical ingredients of an effective international school outreach strategy
Can't attend? You should still register - all registrants will receive a recording of the webinar and a copy of the presentation.
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