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Agency UStudy opens school in Cancun

UStudy Global, an education counselling company with operations in the US, Israel and Mexico, has expanded its business activities to include a new Spanish language school in Cancun.

North American students at UStudy Spanish in Cancun will be able to earn college credit while studying at the school, the agency has said. Photo: UStudy

The city on the Yucatán Peninsula is renowned for attracting US students on "Spring Break"

UStudy Spanish Language School has been running courses for several weeks, although the official launch date for the international market was January 1, 2019.

The school can offer credit-bearing classes for a US and Canadian student audience, with short- and long-term programs available.

The school’s route to market to US and Canada will be primarily through study abroad program facilitators, according to CEO David Adler, while UStudy Spanish will sell through agents for European markets.

“We saw an outstanding business opportunity for us and for our agent friends”

“As an agency who has been in the industry for so many years, we saw an outstanding business opportunity for us and for our agent friends,” Adler noted.

The city where the school is located, on the Yucatán Peninsula, is renowned for attracting US students on “Spring Break” and will be as easy to sell destination for agents, according to the firm.

The counselling company also promises affordability to students and attractive commission to agents.

This move adds to UStudy’s counselling and student fair business, as the company saw an opportunity to bring the market a new and attractive product in Cancun, where its Mexican office and Latam recruiting operations are based.

The school offers accommodation at its UStudy Residence housing, and homestay options are also available.

UStudy has been providing services to students seeking to study abroad since being established in 2000.

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