If you’re applying to universities in more than one world region, learning how each system works is important. Where to start? Find a basic overview of the landscape and application process in three regions — the United States, the United Kingdom and Canada — below. The Landscape United States There are more than 3,000 4-year … Continue reading Applying for an Undergraduate Degree at US, UK and Canadian Universities — What’s the difference?
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What a difference being admitted makes! Your hard work has turned your dream into reality and it’s time to make your final college choice. Many universities offer Admitted Student Days or special visit options for admitted students. Here’s why you should consider taking advantage of them: See Campus with New (Admitted) Eyes How you … Continue reading 5 Benefits of Visiting Campus as an Admitted Student
University in the U.S. is expensive and it can be time-consuming and difficult to find scholarships if you are a non-U.S. citizen (remember, if you are a U.S. permanent resident or a U.S. citizen who lives outside the country, you are eligible for U.S. student scholarships). Scholarship funds for international students are limited and competitive to … Continue reading Scholarships for International Undergraduate Students
Your applications are in – now what? You aced your GREs, got awesome letters of recommendation, wrote amazing essays, and submitted all 5, 8, 10 of your graduate school applications by the deadlines. You should feel relieved and relaxed, right? But it’s been a couple of months and you check your email several times a … Continue reading The Grad School Waiting Game
Asking questions about academic programs, research opportunities, athletics and campus life are all central to exploring and choosing the right college. It can be difficult to focus on what might come after college when you haven’t even begun. However, career placement statistics will help you understand how a college supports students to prepare for their … Continue reading Your College Investment – Career Placement