Beyond Diversification: How American and Canadian Institutions can Promote Diversity and Strengthen Their Global Standing


Higher education institutions across the US and Canada are addressing the challenges presented by the coronavirus crisis, including significant concerns around sustaining international student recruitment.  

To meet recruitment targets and develop a strong pipeline of prospects, American and Canadian institutions need to diversify their source markets and rethink their approach to international student recruitment.  

In this white paper, we explore three key markets that American and Canadian institutions can diversify into, including: 

  • Latin America 
  • West Africa 
  • Southeast Asia 

To explore these opportunities and discover exclusive QS statistics, please fill out the short form and download your free copy of the white paper. 

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