Tag Archives: Pathway programmes in the USA


Planning ahead for university and choosing the right pathway program

It is important that the school staff is knowledgeable in the area of higher education and are well equipped to advise students throughout the university/college selection and application process. Read more

Georgina Herrera Moreno, Manager of International Student Recruitment, BridgePathways

Georgina Herrera Moreno, Manager of International Student Recruitment, BridgePathways

Top tips for agents offering pathway programs in the USA

As more and more students are globally mobile and want to improve their employment prospects with a foreign degree, agencies must learn to promote this new product in a way that will ensure that both the student’s language and educational needs are best met. Here are some top-tips for agents looking to offer higher education options in the US with a pathway program component. Read more

The objectives of university preparation in the US

A good pathway program needs to guide students towards proficiency in not only academic English, but also the host country’s academic culture. In the USA, emphasis should be placed on student-centered learning, peer collaboration, and independent thought as these concepts are generally understood in the U.S. Read more

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IALC 2017 Workshop in Boston Massachusetts, USA - 23-26 March 2017

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Dates: 23-26 March 2017
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IALC Study Travel Research Report 2016

Trends in the demand for foreign languages
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IALC Study Travel Research Report 2015

Perceptions of independent and boutique chain schools in language travel
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