Evaluating International Applicants: Strategies, Techniques, and Resources - Presentation

Evaluating International Applicants: Strategies, Techniques, and Resources - Presentation

With Martin Milne, Vice President for School and Family Relations, ASSIST (CT); David Damico, Director of Admissions, North Country School (NY) & Andrew Bogardus, Director of Admission, Berkshire School (MA)

The international admission landscape has changed significantly in recent years with the advent of Skype interviewing, the high volume of applications from China streaming into secondary school admission offices, and global initiatives in schools that are seeking greater international diversity on campuses. With these trends come challenges for admission offices to effectively screen and evaluate the growing number of international applicants. This interactive session is meant to provide suggested resources and practical tips and advice to help you effectively evaluate international candidates - from transcript interpretation to Skype interview techniques.

 



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