The Student Visa Interview

For international students applying to colleges in the United States, we’d like to offer you some tips on preparing for the student visa interview at your U.S. consulate. – “Ties that bind.” It’s imperative that you demonstrate to the interviewer that you intend to return to your native country after … 

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International Applicants to Brown University

This year, 14% of admitted students to Brown University hail from outside of the United States. According to “The Brown Daily Herald,” topping the list of countries from which its admitted students reside are China (57), India (34), and the United Kingdom (33). Said Brown University Dean of Admission Jon … 

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Yale University in Singapore

Yale University is partnering with the National University of Singapore to create a college in Singapore, the first school for Yale that is not located at its New Haven, Connecticut campus. Yale’s venture into Singapore is in line with the trend of American universities to broaden their global outreach by … 

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Ivy League International Applicants

So far, below is the current breakdown of the percentage of admitted students hailing from outside of the United States to six of the eight member colleges that comprise the Ivy League: Brown University: 14% Columbia University: 16% Dartmouth College: 7% Harvard University: 10% University of Pennsylvania: 11% Princeton University: … 

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College Rejection

There is an article on “ABC News’” website today that suggests pointers for students denied by their top college choices. Here is a breakdown of the advice of the psychologists whom “ABC News” interviewed: – “Be realistic.” You weren’t the only person who got rejected. Tons were rejected. It happens … 

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Ivy League Admissions

You may be reading how admission rates at many of the top colleges and universities, including Ivy League admissions rates, are down across the board this year. And it’s all absolutely true! The admission rates at these colleges are lower than ever before. But here’s a question for you: If … 

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