Since Empowerly first started offering college admission counseling back in 2015, we have seen an increase in the overall number of foreign students studying in the US. However, the Institute of International Education (IIE) recently released a report that found that new student enrollments fell by 6.6 percent in 2017-18, the biggest drop since 9/11, continuing a downward trend which was first observed in the 2015-16 academic year.
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Asian applicants often receive different treatment and are held to unique standards in the college admissions process. Having helped Bay Area Asian students through this process and applicants from around the world, I want to share some insights we have learned at Empowerly (www.empowerly.com) related to standing out and demonstrating interest. In this article, I will go over an overview of how Asian applicants are viewed, how they can stand out, and tips we have for all applicants.
As many students are aware, international students are applying to US colleges at an accelerating pace. In this article, we will cover tips for international students applying to college and how US students should prepare for this influx of students. At Empowerly, we have helped many international students apply and get into top US colleges.
Want to attend college in the US as an international student, but don't know how to apply? The process to studying overseas is a lot more difficult than studying in your own country. There are different education systems and academic environments, and it is often hard to decide what you want and how you can get there.
It is a common cliché that you should explore the world while you’re young. Study Abroad, Mission Trips, Peace Corps and many other programs provide young adults this opportunity, and the popularity of these programs shows there is clear interest, yet when applying for university oftentimes students find themselves locked into a US based mind-set.