Student Admission and Support
LPI Learning strives to make sure every participant has a unique experience that is tailored to their academic goals. Our team of Strategic School Advisors searches through our Partner Schools to find the best possible matches for each student based on their academic history, goals and academic and personal interests. The Admission and School Selection Consultation is a way to help better prepare students for success in their future academic endeavors.
LPI Learning provides local support for each student through our LPI Representative network. Unlike most F-1 programs, this network supports and supervises the homestay experience of each student. LPI Learning also offers 24/7 support to students, families, and schools through our Central Office.
Reps check in with students, families, and schools regularly to ensure everything is running smoothly. In addition to student support, the Rep coordinates activities with the students who are grouped in their area and organize cultural events throughout the students stay. All LPI Reps are within a distance of 2 hours from their assigned students and LPI Learning strives to place students in groups or “clusters”.
Comprehensive insurance provided to all LPI Learning students includes travel, medical, and accident insurance for the duration of their time in the US. Click here to view the LPI Learning Student Insurance Plan.
LPI Learning offers students airport meet and greets, orientation for both the student and host family, and participants can choose to join our optional ‘Welcome to the USA Orientation’.
Airport Meet and Greet
Each student is met at the airport by either their Host Family or by an LPI Learning Representative to welcome students to the USA.
Student and Host Family Orientation
The LPI Rep will provide orientation to the host family and student upon arrival to prepare them for a successful semester or academic year.
Welcome to the USA Orientation (Optional)
The Welcome to the USA Orientation is an option students can add to their program. Students arrive during the week prior to the start of their program and spend time in a major US city where they will have a program orientation on US culture, academics, LPI Learning program rules and expectations, adjusting to life in America and more. Students also have time to sight-see prior to traveling on to their Host Family.