Did you see that the US University – the University of Cincinnati – has great scholarships for GEMS students still wanting to apply to a US university for Fall 2020 … Continue reading UniConnect USA Scholarships for Undergraduate Studies!
COLLEGE ADMISSION, INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION JANUARY 29, 2020 ELISABETH K. MARKSTEINER Editor’s Note: Elisabeth K. Marksteiner serves on International ACAC’s Advocacy and Outreach Committee, where her special interest is Brexit. Fact: On Friday, … Continue reading AFTER BREXIT: WHAT’S CHANGING AND WHAT WILL STAY THE SAME
JANUARY 30, 2020\ ASHLEY DOBSON Editor’s note: This post was originally published on Admitted in July 2019. It’s being republished as part of NACAC’s Best of the Blog series. It’s … Continue reading COLLEGE SENIOR OFFERS FINANCIAL ADVICE TO INCOMING FRESHMEN
Information for student GAP Years – as did you know it’s GAP YEAR Exploration Month? GapYearExplorationMonth is a shared initiative of students, educators and others who want to promote the benefits … Continue reading GAP Year: Is it for YOU?
https://www.mckinsey.com/industries/social-sector/our-insights/how-to-improve-student-educational-outcomes To understand what matters in student achievement, we applied analytics to data from the Program for International Student Assessment (PISA), administered by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development … Continue reading How to improve student educational outcomes
If you have the opportunity to interview with a representative of an Ivy League school make sure you steer clear of saying… POSTED ON SEPTEMBER 21, 2019 BY CRAIG MEISTER About Craig Meister Craig … Continue reading Never Say This During an Ivy League Admissions Interview
Annie Reznik – Executive Director, Coalition for College Earlier this month, the U.S. District Court in Massachusetts ruled that Harvard’s use of race as a factor in their admissions process … Continue reading Fixing College Admissions: Expanding Progressive Trends To Disrupt the System
https://whichschooladvisor.com/uae/school-news/stop-brutalising-your-children-gems-advisor Parents need to get over their “sick obsession” with exam results, an obsession that inflicts long-term damage to their child’s mental health. Students, in turn, need to understand “getting … Continue reading Stop “Brutalising” Your Children, GEMS Advisor
https://www.luminafoundation.org/news-and-views/georgetowns-center-on-education-and-the-workforce By Jamie Merisotis Dec 03, 2018 A decade of new insights on college, training, jobs For a decade now, a small squadron of researchers at Carnevale’s Center on Education and the … Continue reading Everyone has an opinion about the value of college. Tony Carnevale has the facts.
Harvey Mudd College in the USA is one of the most competitive Liberal Arts Universities to earn admission into for international undergraduate candidates. This essay / blog from their undergraduate … Continue reading Why Mudd? with the Senior Interns
Published October 10th, 2019 – 07:50 GMT https://www.albawaba.com/business/pr/gems-education-together-consortium-education-providers-launches-college-and-career GEMS Education and its UniConnect division have partnered with My Path to Uni (MPTU), a new consortium of high-profile education providers offering … Continue reading GEMS Education, Together With Consortium of Education Providers, Launches College and Career Guidance Service My Path to Uni
https://www.insidehighered.com/admissions/views/2019/09/16/open-letter-students-and-parents A group of enrollment managers offers advice. Written By: 24 Enrollment Managers September 16, 2019 There are few times more exciting to work on a college campus than the start … Continue reading An Open Letter to College-Bound Students and Their Parents