New Strategic Relationship with U.S. News & World Report

18/08/20202 minute read
New Strategic Relationship with U.S. News & World Report

The secret’s out! We are incredibly excited to announce that Crimson Education has officially launched a strategic relationship with U.S. News & World Report!

We admire U.S. News’ ability to provide students with the information they need in order to make educated college decisions based on data-driven rankings. Through this collaboration, users will have the ability to access our vast range of educational resources such as webinars, case studies, eBooks, and more!

“At U.S. News, we are committed to helping prospective students and their families in navigating the college search process,” said Brian Kelly, editorial director and executive vice president of U.S. News. “This strategic relationship will allow us to further that mission of providing additional quality resources for college applicants.”

Particularly in a time of much uncertainty, we are excited to be able to help families not only make educated decisions on where to apply to college but to give them the tools that they need to get there successfully.

“Since 2013, Crimson Education has supported students to stand out as top candidates as they follow the pathway towards their dream program and career,” says Anjali Bhatia, director of Crimson Education in the United States. “We know how crucial college admissions information is in helping students find their best-fit universities, and we are thrilled to work with U.S. News & World Report. This strategic relationship allows us to provide applicants with the best information and services at each step of their journey.”

Through our continued work with U.S. News, we will be able to educate students on standing out in high school, the college admissions journey, and launching successfully into college and their postgraduate career.

If you are interested in learning more about the strategic relationship, you can read more here!

Are you ready to start your journey to your dream university?