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."
St. Columba's School (India)
"The UnivAssist Counselor Tour was a wonderful and memorable experience to get hands-on, detailed information from the horse's mouth. It has greatly changed my perception of sending my students for undergraduate courses in the U.S.”
Colegio Jefferson (Colombia)
"UnivAssist is an organization that provides information and career tools for counselors abroad and higher education institutions, allowing me to expand my knowledge which in turn, helps my students.”
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."
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."
Lotus Valley International School (Noida, India)
"The visits to the universities on the UnivAssist Counselor Tour was an eye opener for me, for it gave me an insight and firsthand experience of the serious, intense and innovative education being imparted in the U.S. The commitment and dedication coupled with the commendable hospitality of the faculty and administrative staff was really heartwarming.”
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!"
Ekamai International School (Thailand)
"The UnivAssist Counselor Tour to the U.S. provides a rich professional development experience that I'd never dreamt of. The experience of being on the university campuses and interacting with the current students allowed me to have much more insight than reading about universities or talking to representatives. The relationship built between counselors and universities, and among the counselors themselves, are priceless. Thank you UnivAssist for giving an opportunity to be a part of this tour.”
SYMBIOSIS INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL (PUNE, INDIA)
"As a high school counselor, the most thrilling and valuable experience of my life so far."
"The UnivAssist Counselor Tour is a practical and thorough learning platform that enabled me to experience and imbibe the ethos and implementation of the U.S. education system. And most importantly, it has stimulated my mind to explore this system so as to provide my students with sufficient information to make the most appropriate college decisions."
Academia Los Pinares (Honduras)
"The UnivAssist Counselor Tour was a great experience! Seeing such a variety of universities firsthand will be priceless in the advising process. As we were at each university, I could see particular students being a good fit. This tour was also great for networking. It was great to initiate relationships with admissions staff. The connections with other counselors provided a network of support for the future. I have learned so much from them!
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."