Author Archives: Bryanna Davis

EIC Gets a Personal Home Tour on Day Four of Their School the World Trip

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 combined total of 21 volunteers. Read on to hear our … Continue reading

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EIC Makes Progress in Guatemala on Day Three

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 combined total of 21 volunteers. Read on to hear our … Continue reading

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EIC Meets the Community of Patzalam Choacaman

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 combined total of 21 volunteers. Read on to hear our … Continue reading

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Envisage International Lands 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 combined total of 21 volunteers. Read on to hear our … Continue reading

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Envisage International Partnered with School the World to Increase Accessibility of Education in Guatemala

On March 4th eight volunteers from Envisage International will head to Guatemala to build a school and playground in the small community of Choacaman Patzalam. Envisage has partnered with IvyWise, the world’s leading educational consultancy, and Flywire, the premier provider … Continue reading

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Top 10 International Education Predictions for 2018

End of the Mandate Pushes Schools Away From ACA for International Students Although Republican efforts over the summer to repeal the ACA (Obamacare) failed, that didn’t mean the landmark legislation was safe from attack. Instead, its been death by a … Continue reading

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2017 Predictions and Outcomes

It’s the most wonderful time of the year: time to revisit our 2017 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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Fake News on Facebook in the New Year

We ended 2016 with fake news on Facebook as a common occurrence. We have all seen it, and we might have even accidentally clicked on it from time to time. However, 2016 is long gone and 2017 brings with it … Continue reading

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2016 Predictions and Outcomes

Like in years past, this January we made ten predictions related to the world of international education. Now that the year is almost over, lets revisit these predictions and see how we did! US For-Profit Schools Continue to Internationalize Our … Continue reading

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Why Your International Student Office Should Have A Social Media Presence

For many years it’s been standard practice for students to request information, perhaps even a brochure, from prospective colleges and universities they want to attend. This request will then often spark the institution to follow up with the student to … Continue reading

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