“By learning other cultures, students will see the differences and similarities between their countries and other countries and become open-minded. When students become future leaders, they will be a good influence to the whole society.”
“One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.”
“There is probably no way we can change people’s mind on this world. But at least we can provide another perspective.”
Dedicated to International Education for twelve years, Sharon has personally worked with over 3000 students and 100 universities from the U.S. and Asia on faculty-led programs, internship programs, language programs, semester-long programs, and international higher institutional partnerships. Sharon graduated from the University of Minnesota Twin Cities with a MA degree in Comparative and International Development Education. She currently resides in Shanghai, China.
Daisy has worked in the international education field for over 9 years. She has personally supported nearly 1000 students and worked with over 70 different universities on program execution and operations in the Asia Pacific. Daisy is also a key person for Corporate Partner Relations and is instrumental in setting up company visits and maintaining a close working relationship with nearly 800 corporate partners.
Starting as a Program Coordinator during her Sophomore year, YJ has been devoting herself to the international exchange field for 8 years. With close attention to Student Community and Short-term Study Abroad Marketing, YJ has worked with over 2000 students in both the U.S. and the Asia Pacific.
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