UMass Amherst and INTO Form New Student Recruitment Partnership
INTO University Partnerships has announced a new partnership with the University of Massachusetts Amherst. The partnership will support international student recruitment for 17 UMass master’s degrees in highly sought-after fields such as business, science and engineering. The majority of programs are STEM-designated.
Leveraging its extensive recruitment network worldwide, INTO will work closely with UMass to further build the university’s profile in key student mobility markets and expand its global reach.
INTO will begin recruiting students to these programs starting in October.
“We are proud to partner with the University of Massachusetts Amherst, an elite institution known globally for its commitment to academic excellence and pursuit of progress. With INTO’s unparalleled reach and market knowledge, we look forward to helping some of the best talent in every corner of the world join the world-class UMass community,” said Olivia Streatfeild, CEO of INTO.
“This new partnership with INTO represents an important new step in our strategy to grow the number and diversity of international graduate students”, said Kalpen Trivedi, vice provost for global affairs at UMass Amherst. “INTO’s global reach will ensure broad visibility for our world class programs.”
By focusing on research, diversity and revolutionary thinking — what the university refers to as the UMass Edge — exceptional students from across the globe graduate from UMass Amherst with the industry knowledge and technical skills they need to launch rewarding careers.
“This partnership will build on the university’s reputation for world-class academics and innovative research, ensuring more students benefit from the educational and professional opportunities available at UMass,” said Streatfeild.
INTO University Partnerships is an independent organization committed to expanding higher education and career opportunities for students across the globe. Since its inception in 2005, INTO has pioneered innovation in international education and created partnerships with 30 universities in the U.S., U.K. and Australia. It has helped more than 130,000 students from 190 countries realize their dream of achieving a degree from a world-class university.