MAHATMA GANDHI INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL (AHMEDABAD, INDIA)

"One of the most enriching experiences of my life that will help me guide my students well. The direct exposure to the college administration and faculty was the highlight."


SELAQUI INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL (DEHRADUN, INDIA)

"Definitely one of the most enriching experiences of my professional life. I feel empowered with correct information, which I can impart to my students so that they make more informed choices. KIC UnivAssist has been instrumental in bridging the gap between students and U.S. universities."


GLOBAL INDIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL (SINGAPORE)

"This was the most professional training in counseling I have ever had. A very enriching experience which will help me to have more informative sessions with my students. The trip was very well organized, meticulous, gave exposure on variety of universities in various states."


CHIREC INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL (HYDERABAD, INDIA)

"The UnivAssist Counselor Tour gives a great learning experience for counselors to learn and suggest suitable universities for students coming from different family backgrounds, skills, interests and lifestyles, and financial scope. The goodwill UnivAssist has is evident in each of the university visits, and universities appreciate UnivAssist’s professionalism and efforts to guide deserving students for admission."


ST. PAUL AMERICAN SCHOOL (HANOI, VIETNAM)

"Thank you so much for visiting us and giving us such a wonderful presentation. It was very useful and practical. I do appreciate everything you did for our school. I believe that our students got a lot of benefit from the presentation and individual session. Personally, I have learned a lot from the education experts you brought to us!"


D.R.A. BHAVAN VIDYALAYA (CHANDIGARH, INDIA)

"The Counselor Tour was an enriching experience. 15 action-packed days, taking us across America was like a dream come true. As a professional, I think seeing what U.S. universities have to offer, the quality education, the finest infrastructure and most of all a keen desire to have Indian students studying in their universities, is a very encouraging thing. I am better informed and can help my students make more informed choices about higher education."


KIS International School

"You have completely opened up parts of the USA to me and through me to all of my students that were a big blank before. I had great fun, made a lot of new friends as well as useful contacts at all of the schools that we visited.”


NAVRACHANA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL VADODARA (VADODARA, INDIA)

"Being a part of the first KIC UnivAssist Counselor Tour has been the most enriching and fruitful learning experience I've had so far. We not only got the opportunity to visit some of the best educational institutes in the U.S. but we got to do it with counselors from some of the best schools in India. The tour was extremely well organized and took care of the minutest details. I have made some great friends and connections on this tour. I would like to thank the entire team of KIC UnivAssist for this wonderful experience and recommend the KIC UnivAssist Counselor Tour to every guidance counselor out there!"


ADITYA BIRLA WORLD ACADEMY (MUMBAI, INDIA)

OAKRIDGE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL (HYDERABAD, INDIA)

"It was an enriching, engaging and candid experience, which has raised the bar of knowledge pertaining to the nuances of U.S. universities and the confidence level to counsel our students aspiring to study in U.S., as well as encourage other students."


Sekolah Pelita Harapan (SPH School) (Jakarta, Indonesia)

"SPH was pleased to have Ganesh Kohli (Founder and Chief Mentor, KIC) as keynote speaker for the annual SPH University Fair. Ganesh has a strong understanding of international educational trends and a deep insight into the complex application and decision-making process for international students. We received only positive feedback from both students and teachers, and teachers were very impressed with his [intuitive responses] to students’ questions. He challenged students to rethink their college destination and look at new alternatives, as global mobility is increasing with many new choices for students studying abroad. As job titles are becoming more diverse, Ganesh challenged students to be prepared for the change of trends. Overall we found [the address] motivational and challenging, resulting in students wanting to follow up and speak more after the presentation."