• In April of this year,  US President Donald Trump had blamed U.S. colleges themselves for their inability to attract and enroll more international students.  However, beginning August 9, a new policy initiated by his administration effectively discourages international students from...
  • We have recently received several inquiries from international students asking us about blacklisted (unaccredited) schools via our online live chat. One of those mentioned is Akamai University (http://www.akamaiuniversity.us) which is based in Hawaii. The other one of concern is Staton...
  • What would you think if someone burned the American flag on your campus?   Fortunately, most college administrations understand this action is protected by the first amendment, but not by the Fire Marshall. Flag Burning as a Form of Political Speech International...
  • Note: This post is authorized by By the writer, Dr. Aldemaro Romero Jr.  The content was first published in the Intelligencer on. 11/16/2015. In the last few months a significant number of college faculty and administrators have stated – some officially...
  • Throughout his campaign, U.S. President-Elect, Donald Trump, has stated that the cost of a college education concerns him. He suggests that one way to keep higher education affordable is to cap student loan repayments at a maximum of 12.5% of the...
  • Open Doors of the Institute of International Education has just released a report on international students. The table below lists international students’ top 25 places of origin from 2015 to 2016. The total number of foreign students receiving a higher education in the United States has...
  • A report published on October 27th by the Daily Trojan - the University of Southern California (USC) student newspaper - titled 'Student’s death continues to impact safety, enrollment," reports of Chinese students' safety concerns ' in deciding whether or not to...
  • “How a Chinese company bought access to admissions officers at top U.S. colleges” This story may surprise many of you, but it doesn’t surprise us at all.  We have known about these types of situations ever since  U.S. higher education began...
  • “1 out of 3 international students studies in California, New York, or Texas.” – according to the Open Doors (2014-15) report of Institute of International Education (IIE). IIE data illustrate that during the 2014-2015  academic year there were 974,926 international students in U.S....
  • International Academic Collaboration Agreement Can Easily Go Wrong.  International academic collaboration is a learning experience, and it brings diversity to campuses. However, establishing workable international academic collaboration agreements requires trust. Trust is built over time through clear, multilevel, unambiguous communications efforts that...
  • Education at a Glance is an annual report on global education published by The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).  It collects educational data from 34 OECD countries and many partner countries.  Education at a Glance 2015 was published just...
  • An article titled "80 Colleges Plan Admissions Revamp to Reach More Disadvantaged Students," written by SCOTT JASCHIK, INSIDE HIGHER ED, was published a few days ago.   Finally, U.S. schools are working together to solve the application problems which thousands of...
  • With the increasing numbers of Asian students coming to the U.S., it is beneficial to familiarize yourself with their customs in order to carry out pleasant conversations. Some Asian cultures may seem odd at first, but please note that Asian students...
  • The fact that many Chinese students are deceived by study-abroad service agents is not news. Although China's government has enacted new laws to regulate Chinese agents' business practices, countless Chinese parents and students continue to fall victim. In just four months,...

School Branding Specialists are not Armchair Strategists.

True school branding specialists are more than ordinary graphic designers and web builders.  A branding specialist must understand your regional target demographic.   So many people call themselves school branding specialists, yet many have no understanding of the world education market.  Equally worrisome is that many have no experience dealing with schools from various cultures.

In this highly competitive education market, we offer unique ways to brand your school. This is because we not only understand the languages and cultures of the region, but we market from their accepted perspectives.  It’s our position that only so much can be done from the confines of a comfortable Manhattan office, especially given the fact the people you hope to reach live on the other side of the world.

As your authentic school branding specialists, we take action.  We have scouted and observed these territories firsthand. We fully understand the cutthroat competition your school faces.  We prepare your school to engage with a winning strategic advantage at the heart of the fight.  This is how  we at Access Education set ourselves apart from other “school branding specialists.”

U.S. School Branding and Sino Student Relations Management since 1990.


How can Access Education’s School Branding services help you?
  • Facilitate  your student recruitment from campuses within Greater China and Southeast Asia.
  • Accelerate your school’s growth, academic collaboration, and international exchange programs.
  • Master your school’s recruitment goals, study abroad programs, and program development.
  • Expand your school’s presence and international brand.

Why use Access Education LLC?  Because:

1. Your school can own a professional marketing management team with less than 1/5 of a regular staff’s salary.
2. You can have a monthly subscription plan – cancel anytime if we can not live up to your expectation.

We are your most economical professional marketing staff for Chinese-speaking audiences.