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Our consultants offer one-to-one advice on colleges and universities in the UK, United States, Europe and Asia. They help you shorten your list of choices so you find the right "fit" for you. They also help you prepare, apply and figure out how to pay for it. 

With long and successful track records, our consultants 

are equally familiar with:

  • UK and US school systems.
  • UK, US  and international exams (eg A levels, GCSEs, SATs, IB, AP etc).
  • US university admissions requirements and procedures. 
  • UK (UCAS) university admissions requirements and procedures.

Who Are They?

Anthony Nemecek

Professional college and university consultant for a number of years and former head of the US-UK Fulbright Commission Educational Advisory Service, Anthony co-authored the original Uni in the USA  (2004), and has contributed to updating every edition since. Now in private practice, he works with individual families in the UK and with and schools and families in Moscow. He is based in the UK.             

Eileen Penman

For 16 years, Eileen was Senior Dean in the College and Careers Counseling office at the American School in London, working with students applying to universities in the US and the UK. She served as chair of the Guidance Committee of the European Council of International Schools (ECIS) for 10 years, served on the TOEFL Board, and as a member of the College Board (SAT) and AP advisory boards.  Now in private practice, she is a member of Overseas Association of College Admission Counselling (OACAC) and the Council of International Schools (CIS), at whose conferences she is a regular speaker. She is based in the UK.

How Much Do They Cost?

For information on various levels of price and service,

Contact The Good Schools Guide – University Advice Services

Tel: +44 (0)20 3286 6824

Email: office@goodschoolsguide.co.uk

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