Author Archives: Bryanna Davis

The Acceptance of Gaokao Scores in the US Continues to Rise

Many are familiar with how much weight the Gaokao holds; for those who are not, Gaokao is a two day test in June that millions of Chinese students in mainland China prepare diligently to take- typically in their senior year … Continue reading

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ETIAS and Your Short-Term Study Abroad Students

In 2018 the European Commission announced they were taking measures to increase security, including creating the European Travel Information and Authorization System (ETIAS). Although legislative proposals have been in place since 2016, this announcement has since raised questions on what … Continue reading

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The 2019 EIC School the World Team Helps Complete School

This blog was written by Greg Heindel, one of the 2019 EIC School the World team members.  You can learn a lot about a person when you travel. You can learn even more about yourself, or an entire culture if … Continue reading

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Day 5: Our Last Full Day Working On-Site

This blog was written by Greg Heindel, one of the 2019 EIC School the World team members.  We woke to the sound of roosters crowing just slightly later than our usual dawn patrol – today we are in for a … Continue reading

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2018 International Education Predictions and Outcomes

It’s the most wonderful time of the year: time to revisit our 2018 predictions. Each year we come up with list of predictions related to the world of international education. Now that the year is almost over, let’s take another … Continue reading

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Many Summer Work Travel Programs in Need of More J-1 Participants

The J-1 visa provides individuals from around the world the opportunity to take part in a cultural work and study exchange. This program is beneficial to participants as it allows them to develop their professional skills and connections, improve their … Continue reading

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Implementing WhatsApp into your Recruitment and Communications Strategy

As WhatsApp grows in popularity around the globe it’s continuing to climb its way into recruitment strategies and communication plans at US colleges and universities. If you’re exploring new ways to refresh your international student recruitment or communication plan for … Continue reading

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EIC Completes Building a School in Guatemala

Envisage International is spending one week in Guatemala building an elementary school in the community of Patzalam Choacaman through School the World. We’ve partnered with IvyWise and Flywire for a joint total of 21 volunteers. Read on to hear our … Continue reading

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EIC Nears the End of Their Journey

Envisage International is spending one week in Guatemala building an elementary school in the community of Patzalam Choacaman through School the World. We’ve partnered with IvyWise and Flywire for a joint total of 21 volunteers. Read on to hear our … Continue reading

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Educational Institutions Get Creative Around Limiting Cell Phone Use

There’s no question that the use of smart phones is wide spread throughout educational institutions in the US. A visit to any college or university campus provides insight into the fact that domestic and international students alike enjoy smartphone screen … Continue reading

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