Celebrating Chinese New Year 2017 – The Year of Rooster

by: | 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 […]

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School Partners Travel to China with Cambridge Network

by: | December 28, 2016

The Cambridge Network along with some of our school partners recently returned from another marketing and recruitment trip to China. The group visited a handful of top-tier cities where there are […]

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Why You Should Pay More Attention to Students Who Enroll Mid-Season

by: | December 20, 2016

Even though most students prefer to arrive in the fall, some choose to register during mid- season. Some students might not be so sure about studying abroad, and registering mid-season allows them […]

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China’s Diversity – A Look Beyond What Meets the Eye

by: | December 14, 2016

What does the word diversity truly mean? Merriam-Webster defines it as “the state of having people who are different races or who have different cultures in a group or organization.” It’s a […]

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Global Expansion – Barriers to Diversifying International Programs

by: | November 22, 2016

Most schools within the Cambridge Network have made it a priority to focus on diversification of the student body, in both domestic and international terms. Globalization is all around us and thanks […]

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What to Do When International Families Unexpectedly Visit Your Campus

by: | October 3, 2016

It is not uncommon for agents, potential students and natural parents/family to randomly show up on campus requesting to meet with Admissions and have a tour. They are simply exploring their […]

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