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Computer science (CS) in UMSL is designed for those interested in software and computer systems. Graduating seniors can find fulfilling careers in many related areas such as cybersecurity, networks, Internet programming, software and mobile apps development, data science, AI, graphics, or pursue additional graduate studies.

Join this e-training webinar exclusively for education agents on June 5, 2020, and learn all about the faculty of Computer science (CS) at UMSL. It will be a fun 90 mins, knowledge-oriented session that will help you boost your student recruitment practices.

UMSL-MSM Agent e-Training 2020 LIVE!

  • June 05, 2020 - Friday
  • 5:00 AM PST

Information systems (IS) are of vital importance to organizations and IS professionals fill key roles such as systems analysts and designers, database administrators, network administrators, cybersecurity officers, web designers, project managers, software testers, and technical writers. They think strategically about selecting, deploying and utilizing information technology for organizational efficiency and competitive advantage.

Join this e-training webinar exclusively for education agents on June 4, 2020 and learn all about the faculty of Information systems at UMSL. It will be a fun 90 minutes knowledge-oriented session that will help you boost your student recruitment practices.

UMSL-MSM Agent e-Training 2020 LIVE!

  • June 04, 2020 - Thursday
  • 5:00 AM PST
Dr. Alex Parnia President, US – MSM
Dr. Alex Parnia brings more than 30 years of experience performing a variety of successful roles at elite academic institutions as a faculty member, campus Dean, Vice-President of Marketing and Enrollment, Executive Vice- President, Provost, and President. He specializes in crafting innovative and scalable solutions and matrices to enable exponential revenue increases for academic institutions. His list of commendable triumphs is never-ending and he has also created leadership programs and taught management and business courses at leading institutions.

United States: A welcoming place to study for your college degree

  • May 21, 2020 - Thursday
  • 6:30 AM PST

What to do next to earn your college degree during
COVID-19 outbreak

  • May 13, 2020 - Wednesday
  • 9:00 AM PST

Online degree options during COVID 19 outbreak

  • April 30, 2020 - Thursday
  • 9:00 AM PST
Boris RemesAuthor – Start Right(Best seller college guide on Amazon)
Boris left Kazakhstan as an international student at the age of sixteen. Fast forward to today Boris is an award-winning education marketer, entrepreneur, speaker, and author. He has supported more than 1,000 international students who’ve had a strong desire to pursue their dream life in Canada. Over the years, many have asked him to share his strategies, tactics and habits for personal and professional growth which motivated him to publish his first book Start Right: Success Habits for International Students which is a best-seller college guide on Amazon. Boris holds a Bachelor of Commerce with honours from the University of British Columbia, and a Master of Business Administration with distinction from the Schulich School of Business, York University. He is a proud Canadian who enjoys taking his family on adventure trips using miles and points, racing in triathlons, reading business and personal growth books, and practicing mindfulness and meditation.

Strategies & tips for international students, parents and agents in the post-pandemic world

  • May 14, 2020 - Thursday
  • 5:00 AM PST
Become a study-abroad expert and advocate with MSM

At MSM, we believe that learning and advancing your skills can still happen at home. We specially designed virtual training sessions for our agent partners. Agent e-training involves subject-specific learning events for agents and counselors, as hosted by an international team with years of experience in international recruitment and education.


Topics covered include study visas, life abroad, post-work permits, admission requirements, and other information students and parents need to make informed study-abroad goals and decisions.