University entrance plans for international school students during coronavirus
How are universities preparing for their new September 2020 international student intake in the wake of coronavirus? What is Plan B if countries remain under restrictive measures?
A webinar hosted by ISC Research for the English-medium international schools around the world will feature UK and US universities sharing solutions for international school College Counsellors and others supporting international school students preparing for higher education. The webinar takes place on Thursday 14th May 4pm-4:45pm (UK time) and will feature the following speakers:
- Jennifer M. Mathews, Director of International Admissions at Syracuse University, New York, United States
- Kieron Broadhead, Executive Director of Student Experience at the University of Southampton, UK
- Kyra Kellawan, International Education Consultant. Former international schools college counsellor and international officer at King's College London
- Diane Glass, Commercial Director at ISC Research
This webinar will include details about how some universities are supporting incoming undergraduates while coronavirus remains a barrier to mobility, how some universities are preparing to manage the challenge of extended border closures, university selection planning advice for future international students and their parents, and potential changes to universities to support international students longer term.
This webinar is relevant for professionals supporting international school students with their pathway from international school to higher education. Register for free here