Meet Logan Vanasse, Admissions Associate at Stanstead College.
Describe Stanstead College in a few sentences.
Located in the Eastern Townships of Quebec, Canada, Stanstead College is a private boarding school for boys and girls in Grades 7 through 12.
Surrounded by the rolling hills of Quebec and Vermont, Stanstead College has a student population of under 250 supervised by caring, involved teachers and staff. Small class sizes, rigorous academics as well as comprehensive athletic and student life programs help students become aware, self-disciplined young women and men prepared for life after high school.
As the only Canadian school accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Stanstead College is also uniquely placed to open doors to top universities and colleges in the United States, Canada and around the world.
Why should international students consider studying at Stanstead College?
Stanstead College’s small size ensures that students do not get lost in the shuffle. With students from upwards of 20 countries every year, Stanstead College has a diverse cultural population that provides international ample opportunity to use and improve their English skills.
In addition, Stanstead College is located in the heart of French Quebec, with French classes mandatory in Grades 7 to 11, allowing international students to pick up not just one second language but two. Finally, Stanstead’s semi-rural campus is a safe and secure learning environment, yet only 1.5 hours from Montreal.
What role do education agents play in your international student recruitment strategy?
One third of the students at Stanstead College are international borders, with educational agents playing a large in role in helping connect with prospective students. Having agents helping in international markets is very important to help compliment our diverse mix of domestic borders.
Our hope is to build long-term relationships with agents in key international markets which will lead to a productive relationship for our school and the agents.
What do you look for in new education agent partners?
Educational agents need to be able to refer mission appropriate students who are prepared to pay for the experience of boarding school. We are looking for the right fit for students and our school, it is very important the agents know our school ethos well enough to be able to refer the students that will fit best.
How do you work with your education agent partners?
Stanstead College is fortunate to have developed many strong relationships with educational agents but are always looking for new opportunities. Finding international students who can afford tuition and know which students will fit best in the Stanstead College family is very important.
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