How to Prepare for International Student Interviews

February 16, 2017

  The interview with your international student is likely to be the most important and informative part of the student’s application process. And just as the student will be preparing for his or her interview with you, there are steps you should take to prepare yourself to conduct it. Regardless of whether your interview will […]


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Cambridge Regional Summit: Need Your Feedback!

February 16, 2017

Here at Cambridge Network, we strive to create opportunities to provide our partners with supplemental resources in order to help better convey our company’s mission statement: “Expanding Human Perspectives and World Harmony Through Education.” Our previous Cambridge Summit consisted of over thirty registered school administrators and eleven external speakers – a huge success for all […]


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Interviewing International and Exchange Students: Why It’s Crucial

February 8, 2017

With transcripts, recommendations, essays, and test scores available, it almost seems unnecessary to interview potential students anymore. But when it comes to potential international students—especially ones from China—interviews are not only useful, they’re essential. The Flaws in Other Evaluation Methods US schools often rely on transcripts, recommendations, essays, and test scores to reveal students’ abilities […]


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My Journey to the West – Student Contest!

February 1, 2017

Now that your students have lived in America for a while, they probably have some interesting stories to tell. And we want to hear them! We have created the “My Journey to the West” contest so your students can tell their stories and experiences while in the U.S., and so that other students who haven’t yet […]


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Student Viewpoint: Emily’s Story

January 25, 2017

“I wanted to challenge myself,” says Emily*.“ In Chinese middle school, I could already see my future mapped out for me from high school to my first job. I was very shy and knew I needed to make a big change in my life to challenge myself. That is why I decided to come to […]


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Celebrating Chinese New Year 2017 – The Year of Rooster

January 18, 2017

You probably won’t see a hint of this in your neighborhood, but I was in a large Asian grocery store in Chinatown last night, and all of the New Year goods and decorations in red remind me that Chinese New Year is less than two weeks away. Our sister-company, gphomestay, previously shared some tips on how […]


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Why You Need an International Section on Your Website

January 11, 2017

It used to be that you could rely on in-person, on-campus experiences to help students understand and appreciate your school and what it has to offer. But with international students, those in-person opportunities are rare. Instead, international students will rely on your website to learn about your school and decide whether or not it might […]


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