January 28th - February 6th
New Delhi - Hyderabad - Mumbai - Bangalore
This January, Linden will be offering an impressive set of events focusing on the major markets in India. This is a series of events is considered as some of the best recruitment value and return on investment in the industry. We will begin in New Delhi, and then continue onto an impressive series of visits, fairs, and programs in Hyderabad, Mumbai, and Bangalore.
A wide range of significant school visits, Four University Fairs, and well attended counselor events constitute this well planned and immersive recruitment program for our Schools. As always, our professional Tour leaders, ground –teams and strategic marketing before, during, and after our Tour produce the highest success rates in the Industry. We look forward to personally welcoming you on to one of or most sought after Tours.
Enrollment Data: India is the second largest student market, with almost 166,000 students currently enrolled in U.S. institutions. The growth rate for India is the highest among all sending countries to the U.S. and the number of Indian students has increased by 25% in the 2015/2016(IIE Open Doors data) representing the third consecutive year of rising numbers. India presently represents 16% of the total number of international students studying in the U.S. Though once thought of as a graduate market, approx. 35% of all students seen during Linden Tours will be pursuing Undergraduate degrees in the U.S. Last year students in U.S. colleges and universities coming from India contributed $5.01 billion to the U.S. economy.
This exciting recruiting opportunity should not to be missed.
All of our tours are flexible and customizable to fit your institution's budget and recruitment needs! Looking for something else?? Call the Linden office at (949) 612 - 8131
Includes school visits, Linden University Fairs, hotels, ground transportation and regional airfare.
Add-on cities are not included.
Includes school visits, Linden University Fairs, ground transportation, and regional airfare.
Number of Participants:
The tours are limited to 40 participants. An additional 10 universities may participate on a fairs-only basis.