The ROI of a US College Education
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The ROI of a US College Education

An exclusive Crimson Education webinar
Tuesday 12th January 6:30pm to 8pm (UK time)

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US College Admissions

Stand out from the field on your US application

Top UK Admissions

Excite admissions officers with your UK application

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Outclass your peers with our premier tutoring

SAT Tutoring

Level up your score and reach as far as possible

Studying in the US: why the investment is worth it
Why Are Crimson

Did you know that top US universities are considered to offer the greatest ROI in the world? The average starting salary of an Ivy League graduate is $77,000 - and by mid-career this rises to $154,000! These are the types of numbers that entice ambitious students from around the world to study in the US!

Not only is there the promise of high graduate salaries; there are also powerful alumni networks, which provide access to life-long support and opportunities. These features, along with the academic draw of the liberal arts curriculum, are the reason why US universities dominate the rankings and attract tens of thousands of students each year. The liberal arts curriculum, with its emphasis on breadth, ensures that graduates leave with strong critical thinking skills and an ability to adapt to the ever-changing working world. It's no wonder that top employers such as Google, Goldman Sachs and Microsoft recruit directly from these universities. 

In this webinar, we will explore the many incredible opportunities and benefits that come from studying in the US and proving that although it can be expensive it offers an incredible return on investment. 

Impact on society

World-class talent

Continous learning

Crimson's Success

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Offers to Ivy League universities

99

Offers to Oxford & Cambridge

1,400+

Offers to the top 50 US universities

600+

Offers to the Top 10 UK universities

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What we will cover:

    + An introduction to the US college landscape

    + A look into the fees involved when studying in the US

    + The benefits of the liberal arts curriculum 

    The opportunities provided to students in the US (research, sporting and extracurricular)

    + The potential of a US graduate's career and future 

    Some real-life case studies of students studying in the US

    There will be a Q&A at the end of this webinar, so bring your questions to the table!


Meet your speaker

Matthew Roberts
Director of Operations, Crimson UK

Matthew studied philosophy at the University of St. Andrews, most recently researching the nature of consciousness and other topics within the philosophy of cognitive science. A recipient of awards for his writing, Matthew is currently working on a book aimed at naturalising the faculty of creativity. Matthew is the Director of Operations for Crimson Education in the UK and has helped countless students and families master the admissions process to world-leading universities.
Soumil Singh
Harvard Graduate

Soumil was awarded Premier Scholar and Dux. He enrolled to take 6 additional subjects with Crimson, including English and Business Studies, which he achieved Top in World at A-Level. Soumil secured offers to five Ivy League universities as well as Stanford, UC Berkeley, UCLA and more. Since choosing Harvard, the support from Harvard Innovation Lab has set him on the path to being a big player in the transport sharing economy.
Webinar Info
Tuesday 12th January, 2021

6:30-8:00pm (UK Time)

Who should join:

+ Parents whose children are looking to study in the US.

+ Any students in years 9-13 who plan to apply to US universities.

+ Career/university guidance counsellors and school staff who are interested in learning more about how they can support their students.

2018 Judging Panel
CRIMSON EDUCATION CEO

Co-founder and CEO of Crimson Education. Jamie applied to the top 25 universities in the world and gained acceptance into all of them. Jamie was named 2016 Young Innovator of the Year by the NZ Innovation Counil. This year Jamie featured in Forbes Asia 30 Under 30 - Consumer Tech.

2018 Judging Panel
CRIMSON EDUCATION CEO

Co-founder and CEO of Crimson Education. Jamie applied to the top 25 universities in the world and gained acceptance into all of them. Jamie was named 2016 Young Innovator of the Year by the NZ Innovation Counil. This year Jamie featured in Forbes Asia 30 Under 30 - Consumer Tech.

2018 Judging Panel
CRIMSON EDUCATION CEO

Co-founder and CEO of Crimson Education. Jamie applied to the top 25 universities in the world and gained acceptance into all of them. Jamie was named 2016 Young Innovator of the Year by the NZ Innovation Counil. This year Jamie featured in Forbes Asia 30 Under 30 - Consumer Tech.

2018 Judging Panel
CRIMSON EDUCATION CEO

Co-founder and CEO of Crimson Education. Jamie applied to the top 25 universities in the world and gained acceptance into all of them. Jamie was named 2016 Young Innovator of the Year by the NZ Innovation Counil. This year Jamie featured in Forbes Asia 30 Under 30 - Consumer Tech.

2018 Judging Panel
CRIMSON EDUCATION CEO

Co-founder and CEO of Crimson Education. Jamie applied to the top 25 universities in the world and gained acceptance into all of them. Jamie was named 2016 Young Innovator of the Year by the NZ Innovation Counil. This year Jamie featured in Forbes Asia 30 Under 30 - Consumer Tech.

2018 Judging Panel
CRIMSON EDUCATION CEO

Co-founder and CEO of Crimson Education. Jamie applied to the top 25 universities in the world and gained acceptance into all of them. Jamie was named 2016 Young Innovator of the Year by the NZ Innovation Counil. This year Jamie featured in Forbes Asia 30 Under 30 - Consumer Tech.

Hear it from Crimson Students

The words of brilliant Crimson students who achieved their dreams working with us

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I already knew how to get good grades and test scores, but it wasn’t until I met with my strategist sophomore year that I realized the importance of extracurriculars. I had just been in school clubs and varsity sports, but was able to start working on a non-profit that we integrated heavily in my application to Harvard.
Brendan F.
Harvard University - Class of 2020
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I already knew how to get good grades and test scores, but it wasn’t until I met with my strategist sophomore year that I realized the importance of extracurriculars. I had just been in school clubs and varsity sports, but was able to start working on a non-profit that we integrated heavily in my application to Harvard.
Brendan F.
Harvard University - Class of 2020
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I already knew how to get good grades and test scores, but it wasn’t until I met with my strategist sophomore year that I realized the importance of extracurriculars. I had just been in school clubs and varsity sports, but was able to start working on a non-profit that we integrated heavily in my application to Harvard.
Brendan F.
Harvard University - Class of 2020
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