The success of our students traveling to the U.S. to study is a source of pride for all of us.
The international education process is also a very serious investment for everyone involved.
The family of the student, the student’s high school, all the individuals who assist in the application process and the college itself, are all invested in the singular purpose of having the student succeed.
The goal is to ensure the student makes the most of the time he or she spends in the U.S. by being productive and successful.
If this investment does not yield the expected results, it can become a disappointing process for everyone involved, and can turn into the story of a failure, which the student carries the burden of for a long time.
From the moment, they set foot on an American college campus, most Turkish students experience some form of culture shock, difficulty adapting to a new social environment, homesickness and academic difficulties. Compounded with a sense of isolation, these challenges can quickly lead the student to feel anxiety and despair.
It is important both for the family and the student to yield positive results from such an emotional and material investment, and this is where we come in.
Building upon our decades’ worth of experience in training, coaching, consulting and mentoring, we offer support to these students in North America, being by their side when they need it, throughout their college years, in order to ensure their happiness and professional success.
There are certain benefits we bring, in addition to our professional expertise.
Most importantly, as parents whose children studied abroad, we have gone through the journey you are about to embark upon, and we can understand your questions and concerns.
Our goal is,
- To be by the student’s side during the transition/adaptation period to a new life
- To offer different services depending on each of the various stages of the student’s college period
- To serve as moderators if the physical distance between the students and their families causes a strain on their relationship
- To offer professional coaching when necessary, in order to ensure the continuity of the student’s motivation and determination
- To make sure the student spends his or her time in America as a responsible, productive and happy individual