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How does the WeChat Ban Impact Schools and International Student Programs?

On Friday, September 18th, 2020, the United States Commerce Department issued an order to ban the downloads of two popular Chinese-owned mobile apps, WeChat and TikTok. The U.S. government cites fears over national security and ... Read More

Back-To-School (Cybersecurity) Challenges For International Student Programs

This year’s back-to-school season looks very different than any other year because of the enormous impact of COVID-19. COVID-19 has pushed us all to adjust our routines and traditions, especially for our students and schools. We... Read More

Distance and Remote Learning Support | Tutoring for International Students During COVID-19

With the shift to online and remote instruction, students everywhere are now more vulnerable than ever to learning losses and growing achievement gaps. Educators and parents everywhere are struggling to keep at-home learning alive... Read More

Student Spotlight of the Month – Richard Li ‘21

It is undeniable that the US is a major exporter of culture; its music and art influence young aspiring artists worldwide. Accessible, robust, and high-quality music programs have become a bigger draw for international students se... Read More

ICE and SEVP Update – International Student Enrollment Deadlines

We are continuously inspired by how we have all come together to ensure that our students have access to high-quality education during these difficult times. As we prepare for the reopening of schools, Cambridge Network is committ... Read More

Student Spotlight of the Month – Aron Qiu ‘21

From afar, it seemed like Aron Qiu arrived at All Saints’ Episcopal School in Fort Worth, Texas, as a first-year international student with everything planned out. He already knew when he would want to take his honors and advanc... Read More

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