Please welcome The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) to Happy Schools. UTSA is our brand new partner university. In the coming weeks, I will be interviewing students from The University of Texas at San Antonio as well.
To get things going, I interviewed Jessica Guiver, Director, International Undergraduate & ESL Admissions at The University of Texas at San Antonio – Office of International Programs. I knew Jessica since 2011. I met her in person twice at NAFSA Conference in Houston and San Diego.
Watch the Full Interview with Jessica
Summary of the Interview:
- How I met Jessica (and how long)
- What she did before joining the University of Texas at San Antonio
- International Student Recruiter in London
- Worked at Higher Education Magazine (PIENews)
- High School Student Recruiter in Austria
- Moved back to the U.S to work at the University of Texas at San Antonio as Undergraduate Admissions Director.
- Why UTSA?
- Bachelor’s Degree Admission Requirements
- TOEFL or IELTS
- SAT or ACT is optional
- TOEFL and IELTS can also be waived
- High School Transcripts (how to get them and where)
- How to apply for admission
- Bachelor’s Degree – Majors and Minors
- Degrees and Departments and Courses Offered
- Cyber Security (#1 in the Nation)
- Admission into 2 to 4th year
- Transfer to UTSA after completing 1, 2 or 3 years of Bachelors in your country
- Transfer from within the U.S.
- Course Credits and Majors
- What’s makes the City of San Antonio unique.
- How does the admission process work at UTSA?
- How to contact Under Graduate Admissions Office
Note: UTSA is our new university partner. Happy Schools does not operate based on commission per student model with U.S. universities like typical agents. I’m the middle man to spread the word about UTSA. You can watch the interviews, read about the college and decide if UTSA is the right fit for you. We are merely the messengers. I believe that working with admission agents takes away your learning and growth opportunity. I want you to Study in the U.S. and also do care about how you come to the U.S.A.