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Is your child aiming for a top US university like Stanford, Harvard or MIT?
Leading universities like these are known the world over for their high standards of education and facilities and unparalleled career opportunities and alumni networks. The only problem is, the best universities attract the best talent and admission rates are falling each year.
Stanford University, for example, only accepts 4.6% of applicants every year - with over 44,000 applicants in 2021 that's some fierce competition.
Catch up on our on-demand webinar and find out how you can boost your chance of admission!
+ Why aim for US universities? The benefits of a college education
+ What admissions officers are looking for and the importance of roundedness
+ Find the right mindset: how to think about extracurriculars and leadership
+ The steps to take to kickstart your own project this Christmas
+ A parents perspective on extracurriculars and how to strike an effective balance
+ Jamie's story from New Zealand to graduating from Harvard, Stanford and Oxford University to co-founding Crimson Education
Applying to top US universities is a difficult and stressful task which is why so many students seek external support.
Each of our programmes are tailored to the student and are delivered by a carefully selected team of mentors who provide focussed support with each and every aspect of the process - from university selection to essay writing and SAT preparation.
By signing up for this webinar you will get a 1:1 university strategy meeting for you and your child with one of our expert Academic Advisors. They will review your child’s academic and extracurricular profile, provide tailored guidance as to suitable university pathways and outline what they need to do to achieve their goals.
Martin served as a teacher and coordinator at international schools in Cambodia and Venezuela. He then moved onto his position in the admission office of his alma mater: Santa Clara University for 5 years. Martin then started at Stanford University where he was named Assistant Dean of Admission, charged with evaluating submissions from New England’s famous boarding schools and applications from international students. Since leaving Stanford Martin has shared his knowledge with students, teachers and counsellors at international schools in South Korea, Japan, China and Italy and served as an instructor with the Counselor Training Center.
Chloe is the Country Manager for Crimson in the UK and has 8 years of experience working in education consultancy in the UK. She joined Crimson in 2017 and now oversees all channels for the UK and Europe. Chloe was educated in the UK and completed an LLM at the University of Law in London.
On-demand Who should watch: + Parents whose children are looking to study at a top US university. + Any students in years 10-12 who plan to apply to the US. + Career/university guidance counsellors and school staff who are interested in learning more about how they can support their students.
Fill in your details below and you will receive an email with the recorded webinar to watch in your own time.