With over 200 possible undergraduate majors to choose from, our GSSP counselor support staff can help you find the right higher education program for your international students with high potential.
Our highly trained team is absolutely unparalleled in the international education industry and our friendly counselor support staff are here to help you every step of the way.
- includes more than 170 recruitment, admissions and student support professionals (130 already overseas)
- speaks more than 30 languages
- has lived in more than 50 different countries
- experiences comprehensive and ongoing training programs
Hear from our students
- Kansei Yasuda, Japan, Undergraduate GSSP: Business
“The GSSP gets students ready for American culture, which is sometimes hard in your first year. With GSSP it’s easy to make a community; I feel my English has improved greatly.”
- Cristian Magdil, Moldova, Undergraduate GSSP: Business
“The GSSP helped me through the U.S. visa process. The program has a special on-campus orientation for international students, which helps you adjust to U.S. university life.”
What’s Happening in the GSSP Blog?
On this edition of student in focus, we bring you the stories of Mariana and Mei Ling, both, Mariana and Mei Ling are current FAU students and they share with us the many reasons why they decided to join FAU and enroll in two of FAU’s very popular programs. Check out their story below:
Richard Bland College of William and Mary puts student success first. As one of the top college destinations in Virginia, students receive personalized support from the learner mentors who will accompany them from day one of their journey at RBC. Learn more about student success at RBC from two international students from Vietnam who are […]
A wide variety of undergraduate and graduate programs, social activities, extra-curricular and volunteer opportunities as well as research opportunities provide students with a chance to customize their experience at VCU. Check out what international students at VCU have to say about the things that make VCU different from a traditional university.