AMS offers a free service to English language schools looking to promote their programs to agencies around the world – something that EnglishUSA hopes its 225 member schools will be able to take advantage of.
“We are very happy to become an associate member of this great organisation”
Izzet Aslantatar, CEO at AMS, said that his organisation was formally introduced to EnglishUSA very recently by one of its board members, Jenny Nevin, whose school (OHLA) has been using AMS to manage its pathway schools and programs.
“We are very happy to become an associate member of this great organisation and are excited by the opportunity to act as a bridge between US schools and the many agencies around the world that rely on our platform to manage their recruitment operations,” Aslantatar said.
He said that during these “extraordinary times”, more and more agencies are capitalising on tech and digital sources and expect their school partners to deliver the same level of service.
Language schools are able to create and maintain an account in AMS complete with school info, program details, services, pricing and promotions.
Agencies who use the system are then able to access this information directly and can generate instant quotations to be shared with their interested students.
AMS also has a full range of comprehensive CRM functionality and is designed to help address “every aspect of an agency’s operations – big or small”.
“We are excited about our new collaboration with AMS; we have been very impressed with their platform and the benefit AMS brings not only to agents but also to educational institutions,” said Cheryl Delk-Le Good, executive director of EnglishUSA.
“Should the recruitment year materialize as hoped, agents and programs taking advantage of the services AMS and EnglishUSA have to offer will be a step ahead and ready for the next wave of international students,” she added.