For centuries, higher education has been international in its core being as scholars and students moved between countries and institutions propelled by curiosity and a passion for learning.
Knowledge flourished as individuals gained a deeper understanding of other cultures amidst an inherent human need to understand, grow, and contribute.
Today, US institutions are committed more than ever to strengthening international relations and embracing students from all over the world. This, in turn, has increased the importance of high quality and robust transitional services on campuses that provides timely and meaningful academic, emotional, cultural, and social assistance to students to help them adapt and flourish in a foreign, if not less familiar, environment.
USAsiaEdu believes that the real work for an institution begins once the student arrives on the shores of America. From housing to food, from language to culture, from informal protocols to laws and regulations, the international student has to navigate a system that is not only foreign, but is often complex and sometimes overwhelming. Feelings of loneliness and isolation can set in amidst the realization that family, friends, social networks, and familiar hangouts are now beyond reach. Many US institutions feel an economic, social and moral obligation to assist international students and USAsiaEdu serves as your partner in this important and life-changing work.
Nurturing life-long relationships is the framework within which we approach our pragmatic delivery of transitional services to empower and ensure the long-term success of your international students.
We offer the following services:
- Create programs that raise social consciousness and understanding for Asian students.
- Develop programs that engage inter-cultural communities in issues, culture and experiences of Asian students designed for advocacy, community building, learning, and leadership.
- Conduct seminars, workshops, and cultural events about India for educational and community stakeholders.