International Student Mentoring Program

International Student Mentoring Program

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Are you one of the millions of smart and hardworking young people hoping to study abroad as international students? Have you once thought of starting the process of becoming an international student only to realize you have no idea where to start, What colleges to choose, how to apply, how to get a visa, how to travel and live abroad and how to pay for your college?

In the International Student Success Program, Nigel takes the pressure off you and mentors you one-on-one. Nigel talks directly about things that are crucial to success and often difficult to talk about:

  1. Managing the Interviews
  2. Finding Funding for School
  3. Making Positive Choices
  4. A comprehensive database of scholarships and DEADLINES for you
  5. Motivation to succeed
  6. How to manage the US College System
  7. The importance of following a role models

He talks about all these things in a way that’s entertaining and grabs the attention of even the most difficult student immediately. It’s not a textbook. It’s a Step-by Step Guide from someone who’s been there and wants you to succeed.

Here is what you will get:

ONEcomplete step-by-step resource guide
One CD – interview with 4 students “HOW I SUCCEEDED”
BONUS # 1Life’s Ultimate Ticket – Book
BONUS #2 – DVD– 7 Habits of a Successful Student

Here what others are saying

  • “…it’s so good to have someone who experienced this journey to tell you of the pitfalls. Nigel really beaks it down Step by Step.”

- Tiffany, TX

  • “Not everyone shares these steps with you. If I had known this when I first came to the US I would not have had such a bad experience. Many people do not tell you what you should do and then you get into trouble. Thank Nigel”

- Gary, Pittsburg

  • “I was looking for money after all my resources run out and I did not know I qualify for Scholarships. If I had known this, I would have saved myself so much pain and frustrations. Being an international student is like a puzzle and very few understand it.”

- Judith, Ghana

  • “….my advisor told me that my school does not give any assistance and scholarship to International Students, if I had known this, I would have chosen a school where I can find the resources and avoid dropping out of college. I was paying $40,000 each year and I ran out of money. Thanks for the list of scholarship; I now have a second chance.”

- Mohammed, Ethiopia.


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