Senior Admission Consultant
Varun has been guiding students brainstorm and craft their roadmap to the top Universities and B-Schools. His more than a decade of experience includes consulting high school students to MBA aspirants, setting up test prep and college admissions consulting businesses, conceptualizing and organizing educational events and creative writing.
Having graduated from MIT Manipal with a Bachelor of Engineering degree, Sheethal started her career as a B2B client service specialist at Accenture and then went on to work as a software developer. However, impelled by the desire of fostering and collaborating with fertile young minds, Sheethal soon moved to the education sector. Since then, she has amassed 8 years of demonstrated expertise in student counseling for international education. Sheethal’s experience as a Senior Admissions Consultant has given her great insights into the admissions process of universities, and more importantly, into what universities look for in an applicant. She is extremely proficient at motivating, instructing, and supporting students, alongside enabling them to make informed decisions. She has been guiding students from diverse backgrounds for their undergrad and Master studies in US, Canada, UK, Netherlands, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, and other European countries for programs in Business, Engineering, Medicine, Psychology, Art, and Design. Her students have been accepted at University of Michigan Ann Arbor, UIUC, Wisconsin Madison, Penn State, Virginia Tech, UC San Diego, UC Davis, Northeastern, Arizona State University, Washington Seattle, etc., in the US; University of Toronto, University of British Columbia, Waterloo, McMaster in Canada; TU Eindhoven, Groningen, Radboud, Tilburg in Netherlands; Imperial College London, Leeds, Warwick, Bristol, Edinburgh, King’s College London, Glasgow in the UK; University College Dublin, Dublin Business School in Ireland; Monash, Melbourne, Sydney, Deakin, Latrobe in Australia; Auckland University, and Auckland institute of studies in New Zealand. Her experience in the education industry has afforded her a well-rounded skill set, which includes strong interpersonal skills and a meticulous way of researching details. She is also very well-versed and conversant in guiding and supporting students with Visa processing especially for USA, Canada, UK, Ireland, NZ, and Australia.
US Admission Consultant
Bearing more than 8 years of experience as a Professional Career Counselor, Ashwini Kadam has worked extensively with college students and working professionals for university and career selection. Throughout her career, she has worn many hats in the education industry with her meaningful roles in Sales & Marketing, Business Planning & Development, Public Relations, Consulting, and Operations. This background has granted her a distinguished edge which is evident in her skillful handling of the entire admissions process of short-listing universities, submitting applications, coordinating with universities, and taking care of the visa process for USA, Canada, Germany, United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Europe, and Singapore for Undergraduates, Masters, and PhD applicants. She is a team player and a quick learner who exhibits adaptability for diversified positions pertaining to international student consulting and counseling. Her skills and expertise have been lauded in the past when she has conducted seminars, events, and workshops in schools and colleges across Mumbai. She has also formerly shouldered the responsibility of weekly/monthly/quarterly sales generation, alongside training, guiding, retaining, and motivating the students to perform better. Her experience with online marketing platforms such as Facebook, Rediff.com, Mingle Box, Shiksha.com, etc., has also been noteworthy.
Boston is one of the best college towns in America, with over 20,000 students and 100 different colleges.
US News ranked Cornell No. 14 in the World in top 1% of universities.
Dartmouth College, founded in 1769 was initially created for the education of Native Americans.
Oxford ranked No. 1 in the World in the Times Higher Education for 2017-2018