EnvisionRecruit & American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) Commercial Section: High School Visits
Visit International & Bilingual High Schools
Meet the Counselors & Prospective Students
EnvisionRecruit, with the support of American Institute in Taiwan, Commercial Section*, will organize a tour of visits to international and bilingual schools in Taiwan. It's a great opportunity for U.S. higher education schools to speak to college counselors directly and build a personal relationship for future collaboration. This tour is most suitable for any undergraduate institution seeking to recruit prospective college students from Taiwan.
Bachelor degree seekers remain a bright spot for the Taiwanese study abroad market. To help prepare their children for undergraduate study abroad, Taiwanese parents are now increasingly their kids in either international schools or bilingual schools in Taiwan. There are currently 57 international and bilingual schools in Taiwan. The overwhelming majority of these graduates- or approximately 85% of the students, seek to pursue their undergraduate studies in the U.S.
Join our school visits and gain exposure to more than 30+ counselors and 10,000 secondary students!
Early bird discount by January 30th, 2015-- 10% off
Package discount for all five events: 10% off (This could be combined with early bird discount, which is 20% off.)
All the above price include:
3-5 school visits a day, actual number depends on the city
Lunch (for the day events) & refreshments
Translated 1-page overview of school in Mandarin for the bilingual schools.
School visits are capped at 8 per city. Space availability is on a first-come, first-served basis.
For an overview of our previous events, please click here.
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*Under the auspices of the American Institute in Taiwan, the AIT Commercial Section is in essence the U.S. Department of Commerce’s overseas branch office in Taiwan. A.I.T. supports U.S. companies to build and expand U.S. business in Taiwan.