Yielding Chinese Applicants

Yielding Chinese Applicants

Whether you've narrowed it down to the Sweet Sixteen, Elite Eight or Final Four, it's time to play the enrollment game. If the Chinese market wasn't complicated enough, yielding top applicants has proven to be even more precarious. Join Chris Boehner (Vericant), Leo Marshall (The Webb Schools), and Benjamin Douglass (Saint James School) as they explain how Chinese families, agents, and students perceive and play the game, and then contrast this with current admission strategies. Finally, they'll share tips and techniques to increase the likelihood of enrolling your top Chinese picks.

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