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October 2005's Advisory Role; 9 Nov in A.C.'s services continue to evolve in this increasingly dynamic market of international student recruitment. Ten years ago, we focused primarily on generating inquiries; now, generating ideas is gaining more prominence as we effectively respond to advertiser requests.

We generate inquiries. For a long time to come, there will be a segment of the world's prospective student market who searches -- and shops -- for their best academic option online. We help capture that perpetually fresh global audience for our advertisers.

We generate ideas. It makes sense for you to focus on a few target markets, given your campus' areas of expertise. We can help you hone those promotional efforts, via our multi-lingual campaigns or by helping you identify the right partners in specific countries.

Why translate your campaign? Here is one advertiser's reasons:

The key is to continue (or start) forging relationships that create paths of least resistance for globally-minded students -- via academic transfer arrangements, degree completion programs, or other creative mechanisms.

The good news is that the whole world is your market; opportunities are limited only by your imagination. The bad news is that the whole world is your market; where do you begin? We can help. Write to

Learn more about our effective and efficient promotional opportunities:

See you in Atlantic City: 9 November 2005

NAFSA Bi-Regional, Atlantic City, Wednesday, 9 November at 10:30 a.m.: Join us for an all-new eRecruitment Trends and Techniques session. Cheryl is also available to schedule individual meetings during the conference; contact

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