University and Cultural Transition
but not only languages and school subjects,
it’s learning about a new culture, about people, about the world.”
Today, many university recruiting agencies claim that they will help students with all of the necessary preparation needed for them to apply for a specific university. Unfortunately, through data analysis and market research of the recruiting agency system, this simply is not true. Recruiting agencies are mostly supportive of the interests of the universities that they represent. Once a student is enrolled and admitted to a university that the agency represents, their duty, which they are compensated for, is complete. At this point, they leave the student and their family to continue without support to complete all the rigors of preparation that needs to be accomplished before leaving for school.
L.E.T.’s purpose is to support , NOT ONLY, you and your family’s interests in preparing you for university admission but also preparing you for a different style of learning, university and cultural transitioning, productive university experience, post graduate career opportunities, financial support and creating a positive and success mindset that will support you throughout your entire journey.
During our evaluation process the next step is to determine the stage for which you are prepared, regarding your university and cultural transition.
- University information：
- Guidelines, deadlines, student interests and organizations
- City information：
- Residential housing - renting or purchasing
- Transportation - availability of cars, scooters, bicycles, buses and trains
- Shopping - Advise you on the best practices of shopping in the United States
- Student life skills：
- Transition to educational systems abroad
- How classes and professors differ from local schools
- Information about local automobile, health and dental insurance that will support their stay abroad
- Local contact information for city and university support, rules, procedures, regulations and evidence of safety protocols.