Admission Counselor (Repat) | Marketing Department
Lead the role of an admission counselor in the interest of Marketing and Sales
Keep track of the data of prospective students and follow up
Manage the list and initiate efforts to develop student leads and interests, plan personalized events and corporate with admission team
Hold talks and seminars for university programs
Give consultation service to the prospective students and parents
Offer experience and expertise of someone who has studied abroad to the existing marketing team
Build relationships with prospective students
Support Alumni and students in the U.S.
Support up-to-date student database of current students, prospective students and alumni
Collaborate with other teams (academic, program and admission teams) to coordinate actions
Any other related responsibilities that arise
Experience studying abroad, preferably in the US or US university
Interest in sales and marketing
Interest in education field
Positive, cooperative personality and ability to work in a team
Ability to handle complexity
Willingness to learn new skills
Pleasant personality and great people skills
High emotional intelligence
About American University of Yangon
“Education is not the learning of facts, but the training of the mind to think. ” — Albert Einstein
At American University of Yangon, we believe that ideas and people are the two most powerful elements of learning; connecting these can lead us to new worlds. A worthy education challenges the way we see things and enables us to better understand the world around us. Each and every one of us deserves a good education.
American University of Yangon offers students an opportunity to earn certifiable course credits for a four-year U.S. undergraduate degree right here in Myanmar. The Freshman and Sophomore years of study take place in Yangon and are composed of a broad range of General Education courses required by and transferrable to U.S. universities. Students are equipped with the knowledge and skills to meet the rigorous educational standards and student life of U.S. universities during the program.
Upon completion of the two years' courses at American University of Yangon, students choose their majors and finish their Junior and Senior years of study in the United States at one of our partner universities. Our courses are recognized and endorsed by our partner U.S. universities under the “International Studies Program” agreement, and the course credits comply with the U.S. educational standards. Please visit www.au.edu.mm to learn more about American University of Yangon and our academic programs.