How to Get Conditional Admission to a University in the United States
- On April 08, 2014
- By Andrew Johnson
Studying at a University in the United States is a big decision and a huge step in one’s life. The number of options to choose from and the number of steps and requirements in the application process can be daunting. When coming to a U.S. university from outside the country, much comfort can be found in receiving a letter of conditional admission beforehand. In some cases it is extremely difficult to get a student visa without this letter, which makes it even more important.
Top 5 Activities for International Students at Colorado Mesa University
- On April 01, 2014
- By Andrew Johnson
Colorado Mesa University located in Grand Junction, Colorado offers a great deal of on and off-campus activities for all of its students. Below are some of the five most popular activities for students at CMU:
Top 5 Things To Do in Philadelphia
- On March 25, 2014
- By Ann Leonard
If you’re looking to study at Philadelphia University, you’ll have plenty of time to explore the City of Brotherly Love. Here are five things you should look forward to checking out and experiencing:
Top 5 Activities for International Students at Chadron State College
- On January 30, 2014
- By Timothy Samuelson
Chadron State College located in Chadron, Nebraska offers a variety of on-campus and off-campus activities for international and domestic students alike. Here are a few of the most popular activities enjoyed by students at Chadron State College.
5 Tips for taking a standardized test of English proficiency
- On January 15, 2014
- By Georgina Herrera-Moreno
International students applying for admission at a US university will often have to show proof of English proficiency to receive full admission. If you are not enrolled in our BridgePathways program, or select a non-partner university, it is likely you will have to take the IELTS, TOEFL, iTEP or another standardized test.