Category: International Students
An article in today’s Chronicle of Higher Education (registration required) highlights the ways in which the state of Illinois has been bleeding students for years.
Mark wrote a commentary published in the Chronicle of Higher Education today.
Chinese students looking at American universities should be aware of the role of fraternities and sororities in campus life.
The Chinese are discovering liberal arts colleges…finally. Most Chinese have never heard of Williams, and have little idea about what the liberal arts are all about. But things are changing.
In researching notable Chinese people who have attended liberal arts colleges in the United States, I came across this honors term project written in 1993
One of the most difficult aspects of the application process for international students is determining how your academic profile compares to other students. This post will discuss how your GPA, academic transcripts and curriculum will be viewed when applying to colleges in the U.S.
The college application process in the U.S. is not exactly transparent. An educational consultant can help you determine what the application requirements are for the colleges and universities that interests you. We can tell you what aspects of your application admission officers will focus on and how make sure your application meets all of the necessary requirements.
How do you find out more about a college or university if you live in another country? There are several ways to “visit” a school without actually leaving your home!