Studying at other international institutions
Our expert advisors are here to assist you in navigating the complexity of the university application process. In addition to US universities advising, we are pleased to offer support with advising to universities across Europe, Australia, Canada, Hong Kong and Singapore. This month, we highlight Australia and Canada as rewarding places to study. Australia is currently the third most popular destination for international students in the English-speaking world, behind the US and the UK. Many international students choose to study in Australia because of the cultural diversity and high quality of education. Universities in Australia offer a wide variety of courses and degrees, making it easy for international students to find the university and course of study that are right for them. Canada has also become an ideal place for international students. Universities in Canada have a long history and reputation in terms of academic excellence and high graduate employability rate, with a number of Canadian universities competing with leading universities from the US and the UK. An educational strategy set by the Canadian Ministry of Education stresses on increasing the number of international students at Canadian universities; the Canadian educational plan also encourages international students to pursue work experience during their undergraduate or graduate studies and to remain in the country for work opportunities after graduation.
If you are interested in applying to universities outside of the US, it is important to note that our Director of University Admissions, Dr Chantelle Jackson-Boothby, offers an expertise in applications across these regions. Dr Jackson-Boothby has worked with thousands of students, both privately as an independent counsellor and through her school roles, to guide them successfully to top universities around the globe. Advising services cover comprehensive application management, including assistance with application portals such as OAUC, Studielink and UAC.