Top US universities provide students with rich educational experiences, lifelong networks and unparalleled career opportunities. It's reasons like this that attract thousands of students every year, many of them international students from the UK and Europe.
There is so much to learn about US universities and so much differs from the UK and EU. Discover this new world of opportunity with our panel, comprised of the three most informed players in university admissions: a current Stanford student, a Crimson Strategist and Princeton Graduate, and a former Stanford Admissions Officer. We shed light on the US college landscape, what admissions officers look for, and what university life is like on the other side of the pond.
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.
Isamar is a graduate of Harvard University, where she completed an A.B. in Psychology and an Ed.M. in International Education Policy. After college, Isamar was a Post-Graduate Fellow for Harvard's Brazil Office, where she developed an international college mentorship program and volunteered as a Harvard admissions interviewer. Afterwards, she joined the Stanford University Office of Undergraduate Admission as an Admission Counselor on the International Outreach team, and then as an Assistant Director of Admission on the Diversity Outreach and External Relations team. During her four years at Stanford, Isamar oversaw the outreach, review, and selection of over 7,000 applications from the U.S., U.K., Ireland, Mexico, Central & South America, and Canada, and trained international alumni interviewers.
Joy graduated from Princeton University with a BA in Comparative Literature and minors in Creative Writing and East Asian Studies. During her time at Princeton, she was Class Historian, managed a bartending business, and was heavily involved with producing graphic designs for the University. Her first novel, The Problem With Helena, was published in 2018, hitting #3 in New Releases and Top 100 in the Asian American Literature category in its first week. As an educator, Joy has worked with Johns Hopkins, Princeton in Asia, and a high-end admissions consulting firm in Beijing.
UK student Josh always enjoyed building simple machines, and this passion developed as he got older and he achieved a series of impressive feats before deciding to apply to Stanford, such as becoming Young Engineer of the Year and launching his own 3D printer, Plybot. With Crimson's support Josh submitted a strong application to Stanford and successfully gained admission.
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