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Recruiting International Students in New Hampshire

Posted on April 4th, 2011 by Jenny Frankel

A unique new strategy is being employed by several university systems in the New England region of the United States to recruit and maintain an actively growing population of international students within their states and on their campuses. Many colleges and universities are now working with independent firms by outsourcing the actual job of locating and recruiting international students interested in studying abroad in the United States to consider applying to, and attending, their school campuses.

One such independent and for-profit company is Navitas, which is currently working to recruit international students interested in studying in New Hampshire and Massachusetts’ area universities. This for-profit venture in education has resulted from a growing concern many state universities simply don’t have the financial budget to take on more direct international student recruitment efforts, despite their desire to bring greater diversity (in both revenues and perspectives) to enhance the overall quality of education and cultural competency on their respective campuses.

To learn more about this new prospective avenue for recruitment to a U.S. university, interesting issues raised by pursuing such an avenue, and to learn more about the specific organizations being hired by American colleges and universities to recruit international students interested in studying in New Hampshire (as well as other U.S. states) check out http://www.npr.org/2011/03/16/134585499/U-S-Schools-Hire-Companies-To-Court-Foreign-Students.

Written by Jenny Frankel

Jennifer is the Director of Financial Services at Envisage International. Jennifer is a graduate of the University of Florida where she holds a Masters in International Business and a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration. She has lived and worked abroad in Chile, Costa Rica and London, and traveled extensively in South America, Europe and Asia.

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11 Responses to “Recruiting International Students in New Hampshire”

  1. Macy Says:

    i am intereseted on this. where can I find more details?

  2. garande innocent Says:

    hie i am interested i nead help and assistance.yours innocent

  3. Stephanie Felix Says:

    Hi!
    i am interest in that program i need a college education, i don’t to done high school and to do not have a major on something: please with your heart, and i need an assistant so they can know more about me.

  4. Armando Says:

    Hi!
    I’ve been looking for best opportunity that might drive me to pursue my goals.Iam interested in attending higher education, but I don’t possess funds capabilities, could anyone help me to find out sandwich courses?
    Please with your heart, am looking forward to hearing you!

  5. bah mamadou bassirou Says:

    I am a master of law and I am interested ais how? what is the way forward?

  6. InternationalStudentGuru Says:

    If you want to search schools in New Hampshire, please visit:
    http://www.internationalstudent.com/school-search/usa/new-hampshire

  7. BENJAMIN J. TEH Says:

    HELLO, I am living in Liberia. interesting in been a schoolarship study at Master level, What is the way out?

  8. amir rahman Says:

    hello,
    I am from Pakistan. would be please be kind enough to full me out of this quagmire of not being able to pay my fees for taking TESOL program at a US university.
    thanks, there is some one to sustain my hope.

  9. RJ Bennett Says:

    The International Education Consortium has begun its annual survey to assess the status of the current group of International graduate students coming to the US. The survey reviews the process by which the students selected US Universities, why they decided to attend school in the US, the application process, the matriculation process and their overall satisfaction. The IEC hopes to use this information to better inform the policy-makers on how to improve the quality and expand the quantity of good foreign students in our Universities.

  10. jfrankel Says:

    You may find this website helpful to gain important information on scholarships: http://www.iefa.org/

  11. Henry jaik Says:

    I need a higher certificate in ur country.i’m from NIGERIA.i’m desperate to study.i can pay back if am employed.pls help me i need ur assistance.Thank you.

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