New Translations of ‘Trusted Sources’ Now Available

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Spanish translation of "Trusted Sources."
Spanish translation of “Trusted Sources.”

Updated resources from NACAC offer tips for students who plan to pursue higher education in another country.

Trusted Sources: Seeking Advice on Applying to Universities in Another Country is now available in Spanish, Korean, and Vietnamese.

The guide, also printed in English and Mandarin, helps students and parents better understand the advisors available to guide them through the admission process.

The publication reflects expert input from each type of advisor described in the guide: counselors, admission representatives, government agencies, independent consultants, and agents.

International student recruitment agency activity has been the subject of considerable controversy in recent years. Trusted Sources highlights high-quality and low-quality agency practices and emphasizes the values of ethical college admission, a cornerstone of NACAC.

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Admitted writer/editor Mary Stegmeir welcomes additional comments and story ideas at mstegmeir@nacacnet.org.

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