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Have you always dreamed of going from New Zealand to studying overseas, but you don’t know what you need to do? Then make sure you don’t miss this webinar! Crimson Education’s CEO and founder, Jamie Beaton will be sharing his exclusive insights about how to get into the world’s best universities!
Jamie Beaton cracked the code to get into some of the best universities in the world. When applying as an undergraduate he was accepted into 25 top-ranked universities, including Harvard, Princeton, Stanford, Cambridge and Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar.
In 2013, while still in high school, Jamie created Crimson Education. Since then, he has helped over 1000 students gain admission to the best universities around the world including Oxbridge and the Ivy Leagues.
In 2016, Jamie graduated from Harvard University, Magna Cum Laude with a double-degree in Applied Mathematics-Economics and Applied Math two years ahead of schedule (the fastest person to have ever achieved this in the world).
Jamie has also completed an MBA at Stanford Business School (where he was also the youngest person to ever be accepted) and a PhD in Education at Oxford University through the prestigious Rhode Scholarship Programme.
Due to the incredible results of Crimson students, Jamie has been selected as a Forbes 30 Under 30, has addressed the UN about eradicating poverty through education, and won numerous awards from Hi-Tech Young Achiever to Innovator of the Year Award.
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Our mission is to help students fully unlock their potential and gain access to the world's most prestigious universities. Crimson students have received 220 offers to the Ivy League, 99 to Oxford and Cambridge, and over 1,100 to top 50 US universities.
Transformative education, cutting-edge tech. Our mission is to help students fully unlock their potential. We value ambition, self-improvement, and global citizenship.
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