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28 AUG 2020
The new partnership will allow student visitors to the THE website access to our expert guidance on university candidacy and career pathways. Prospective students will also be referred to our world-leading admissions support program, giving them the best chance of being placed with their dream US, UK or European-based university.
“By teaming up with Crimson Education - the global leader in providing an international community of students with university admissions consulting for the top-rated universities in the world – we are providing prospective university students with clarity on not only where to set their sights but how to get there,” said Paul Howarth, CEO at Times Higher Education.
“At a time where uncertainty surrounding the ability for international students to study abroad is greater than ever as a result of Covid-19, we are dedicating our focus to providing students, parents and university staff with reliable and first-class guidance when looking for advice to plan their higher education futures.”
The partnership’s combined resources will provide industry-best content to the millions of students visiting THE’s website each year, and draw on Crimson’s worldwide network of over 2,400 experts as the voice of authority for university consulting services.
Crimson Co-founder and CEO, Jamie Beaton, reiterates the synergy of a partnership linking THE — a world authority on higher education news, with Crimson — a global leader in world leading university admissions support.
“We’re excited to join forces with THE so that our international community of students can receive first-class guidance based on our data, research, and network of almost 2,500 expert mentors, including former admissions officers, to give themselves the best possible chance to secure an offer to the best-fit university for them.”
“Through our work with Times Higher Education, we expect to see increased demand for information from prospective students who are looking to thought leaders when it comes to top global universities.”