University Advisors Admission Specialists, LLC is an American organization of experienced counselors who specialize in working with domestic and international students. Below is a list of frequently asked questions. Please contact us so we can answer any additional questions you may have.
Why should I use Admission Specialists?
We specialize in helping domestic and international students to achieve their higher education goals by providing a unique perspective on schools, colleges, and universities in the United States. We empower students to select institutions that are a good fit based on the students’ criteria.
What makes Admission Specialists different from other educational consulting firms?
Admission Specialists are former admission and guidance counselors who have visited hundreds of colleges and universities in the U.S. and abroad and stay up-to-date on admission trends that affect international students and their families. We put our students first and provide extraordinary service with real-time results.
How does a student or parent begin working with Admission Specialists?
At what point should a prospective student contact Admission Specialists for support?
Admission Specialists work with students at any point in their education search.
How familiar are you with programs at universities in the United States and Canada?
Admission Specialists’ founding partners have visited over 375 universities in the U.S. and Canada. We visit schools and universities annually to stay updated on the best possible universities for domestic and international students. Please see the complete list of Universities we visit.
Has University Advisors Admission Specialists been featured in the media?
Liam Dunfey of University Advisors Admission Specialists was featuered in a Reality Check interview with Craig Price in Boston to discuss how to get into institutions of higher learning. Liam and Craig discuss selecting the right school and how applying to college is not the same as when Craig Price applied years ago. Listen to the fall 2011 college admissions conversation with Craig Price.