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Over $1 Billion goes unclaimed every year. Be sure to do your research to find available funds

Study Abroad

In 2016, 1.4 million students came to Canada & the USA to study at a post-secondary institution

Best Areas

Certain countries yield better results than others. Make sure your school offers programs students are interested in, before venturing into a new area

Tour Quality

Be sure to consider if the event is open to the public, event costs, information sharing, and past exhibitors


     There are questions asked by colleges and universities from around North America about how to get more international students coming to their schools. There are also questions asked by hundreds of thousands of students from around the world about how to get in to a college or university in Canada or the USA.

Here's what we do to help!

     We bring all kinds of colleges and universities right to high schools to meet students.

     Our tours are hosted in Spring and Fall to ensure we meet with all the bright young men and women who are looking at taking their education to a new level.

     Look through our website to see where we will be next. If you'd like us to stop by your high school, send us an email. If your college or university wants to join us on our tours, connect with us today!


We pride ourselves in providing the best high school tours

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"Recruiting in Mexico City with Worldwide College Tours was a great success for our admissions department. By attending up to 3 fairs daily, we maximized our ROI for travel recruiting and ultimately connected with more leads than we would have at a traditional fair. Other perks include interacting with school administration and building relationships at their campus."
“I participated with Worldwide College Tours in a tour of high schools in Mexico City in 2017. The tour was my first recruiting effort in Mexico City. The school visits were a good way to learn more about secondary schools in Mexico City, as well as a good way to meet teachers and other staff who have interest in connecting with North American post-secondary schools.”
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