In a significant move aimed at extending opportunities for Indian students seeking overseas education, Career Mosaic, a recognized international student enrollment company, announced a strategic partnership with 10 highly esteemed universities in the United States (U.S.). This collaboration aims to set up specialized teams in India to improve in-country representation and operational assistance for aspiring students, opening the road to academic success and career advancement.
As the United States continues to draw many Indian students seeking global education, this alliance hopes to provide complete support to help them achieve their academic and professional goals. With a focus on disciplines like STEM, Health Science, Management, design, and Business Administration, Indian students align with global trends and workforce demands, making them well-suited candidates for esteemed U.S. universities.
The following universities are involved in this initiative: San Jose State University, University of North Texas, Central Michigan University, Bowling Green State University, Middle Tennessee State University, University of Massachusetts Lowell, Bradley University, Webster University, and The University of Tulsa. According to the press statement, Career Mosaic’s in-country representatives will liaise between universities and Indian students, ensuring a smooth transition into their overseas education journey.
Speaking about the collaboration, Manisha Zaveri, Co-founder & Jt. Managing Director of Career Mosaic said:
This collaboration aligns with our commitment to providing comprehensive support and guidance, making overseas education more accessible and rewarding for India’s younger demographic.
Through strategic collaborations with Career Mosaic, universities like the University of North Texas have expanded their reach across India, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka, opening doors to a diverse pool of talented students from metro and non-metro locations. This partnership underscores a collective commitment to fostering global education opportunities and nurturing future leaders.
According to statistics, many student applications to the United States come from Andhra Pradesh/Telangana and Gujarat, with Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, and Karnataka also playing an important role. California, Texas, New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Illinois, and Missouri are among the most popular U.S. states for Indian students.
Pieter Vermeulen, Senior Director of international recruitment at the University of North Texas, added:
While two-thirds of international students from the South Asia sub-continent studying in the U.S. applied from large metro areas, fully one-third of students applied from non-metro locations. Partnering with Career Mosaic has helped the University of North Texas (UNT) broaden its reach across India, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka.
Career Mosaic was established in 2002 to offer genuine, transparent assistance to individuals seeking higher education overseas. Every year, the site assists thousands of students in realizing their dream of studying abroad by supporting them in researching courses and possibilities in their selected country, allowing them to begin their careers with an international degree and unparalleled cultural immersion. Its processes are technologically driven, with a digital platform as the foundation. This cooperation between Career Mosaic and U.S. universities marks a significant step towards empowering Indian students with access to world-class education and career opportunities. This collaboration sets the stage for transformative educational experiences and prepares students for success in an increasingly interconnected world by bridging the gap between aspirations and opportunities.