Our team of Study Experience advisors have been formed to bring you the best possible advice. All of our advisors have personal experience in studying abroad and have completed professional training to ensure Study Experience clients receive excellent care and guidance. Our advisors are here to help you, so please do not hesitate to reach out and contact us!
Marc is Franco-British. A former student of the “Lycee-International de Saint Germain-en-Laye“, Marc was educated in England and graduated from the University of Bath in 2007 before spending time in New Zealand and Australia under the working holiday scheme. In 2008, Marc helped develop IDP Education in France before founding Study Experience in 2010 with the goal of fostering and developing academic opportunities for students seeking study abroad. In 2015, Marc completed his Masters in Intercultural Management at the University of Paris-Dauphine. Today, Marc is a certified counselor for all Study Experience partner countries (British Council and UCAS for England, New Zealand, Australia, and PIER ITAC for the rest of the world). Marc is the author of “Etudier au Royaume-Uni”, published in 2013 by Studyrama, and “Etudier au Canada”, published in late 2015.
“Few endeavors provide the same level of opportunity as studying abroad. Students who study abroad explore new horizons as well as themselves. You can prepare effectively for the future while enjoying the present !”
Following a period of study in Belgium (Languages and Translation), Pascal opened and ran language travel agencies in Brussels in 1992 and France in 2000. Following his success in language travel, co-founding Study Experience was the next logical step. Study Experience is the culmination of Pascal’s desire to provide an opportunity for young students seeking internship and study opportunities to realize their ambition. In 2015, Pascal received British Council accreditation as an advisor for graduate studies abroad and created the Belgian branch of Study Experience.
“Studying abroad and overseas training has changed my life. The experiences opened my eyes to the world and other cultures. Traveling and communicating in other languages has become a passion of mine, and I feel there’s no better investment in one’s future than studying abroad.”
Following the completion of a degree in English, Alice spent a year in the UK teaching French in a high school near Birmingham. Upon return to France, Alice completed a Masters degree in Educational Mobility at ESPE Caen.
Alice’s international experience and training has allowed her to work extensively with the French-American Fullbight Commission, where she was able to advise many students looking for information on studying in the United States and developing a solid understanding of the American university system.
Following her time working with the Fullbright Commission, Alice was hired by Ecole Normale Superieure de Cachan where she was responsible for incoming mobility programs in the international relations department.
Today, Alice is an advisor for Study Experience and is ready to assist you with your international project. As of 2016, Alice is the first counsellor in France to attain USATC accreditation.
“Going abroad has radically changed my life and opened many doors for me. I am delighted to serve students with my knowledge and skills, and strive to enable them in their desire to experience a life-changing study abroad experience.”
Following the completion of a BA in English, Fanny spent a year in England before returning to finish her European and International studies is Strasbourg. Fanny’s experience and expertise have allowed her to work in a variety of international, multicultural, and multilingual positions around Europe. In 2011, Fanny moved to Montreal and worked two years as an international student counselor at YMCA of Montreal. Following her return to Europe, Fanny has worked as a project manager and communications specialist for the school, and remains in permanent contact with her Canadian counterparts. Fanny currently works as a Regional Delegate for Alsace-Lorraine and Franche-Comte for Study Experience.
In 2018 Fanny successfully completed the USATC training course, making her a leading expert on the American education system.
After secondary studies in Yorkshire and a first semester at the University of Lancaster (UK), Simon decided to cross the Channel to France to realise his ambition of living and studying abroad. After a foundation program in French as a foreign language, he studied language and literature for five years and obtained a master’s degree from the University of Brest, Brittany. Simon then taught English for many years in both the private sector and in higher education. Throughout this period he advised and assisted a great number of students looking for work and study abroad opportunities. Today, Simon works as a specialist study abroad advisor to help as many students as possible to benefit from a successful international experience.
“Living and studying abroad has opened so many doors for me. I’m absolutely convinced that today, more than ever before, studying abroad is one of the very best investments a young person can make, both on a personal and professional level. I am delighted to be able to advise and assist students on the road to a successful study abroad experience”.
Mordu de culture Anglo-Saxonne et voyageur dans l’âme, Rafael a étudié et travaillé au Canada anglophone et aux États-Unis, où il réside aujourd’hui. Diplômé en science politique et en commerce international, il a aussi été l’un des premiers membres de l’aventure Study Experience, lors de la création de la structure, en 2010. Aujourd’hui, il assiste chaque étudiant de Study Experience dans la rédaction et la réécriture de la lettre de motivation, élément essentiel de tout dossier de demande d’admission.
« Curieux de tout et des autres, j’apprécie l’opportunité de lire les textes des étudiants, d’apprendre d’eux, et de les accompagner dans leur projet d’études à l’étranger. Un projet qui – j’en ai la certitude – changera leur vie autant qu’il a changé la mienne : immensément ! »
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