Historically, students went to a local university after high
school for their bachelors, and the to the West (UK, USA, etc)
for their Masters (MBA). What were seeing is a significant
increase in students wanting to go abroad for their bachelors.
Its easier to think of the increase in school counselors less
in the traditional mental health model, and more as a career
advisor/life coach approach.
On 2/06/12, D Thomas wrote:
> So whats with the counseling positions at top tier schools
> this year? Some even had multiple openings at the same
> school. And it seemed like a lot newbies just walked into
> top schools this year. Not that I'm jealous (much).