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Issue 8 Study Abroad

Canadian college admissions

You’re thinking about studying in Canada? Great, because in this article we’ll go over the whole admissions process for Canadian universities and colleges.

In this post, I’ll be writing from the experience of Samson Mercier, an international student from France.

This article is focused on bachelor’s (undergraduate) studies, and will approach admissions from an academics-focused student’s perspective.

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Issue 8 Study Abroad

French college admissions

You’re thinking about studying in France? Great, because in this article we’ll go over the whole admissions process for French universities.

In this post, I’ll be writing from the experience of Karolina, an international student from Lithuania.

This article is focused on bachelor’s (undergraduate) studies, and will approach admissions from an academics-focused student’s perspective.

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Issue 7 Study Abroad

Belgian college admissions

You’re thinking about studying in Belgium? Great, because in this article we’ll go over the whole admissions process for Belgian universities and colleges.

In this post I’ll be writing from the experience of Karolina, an international student from Lithuania.

This article is focused on bachelor’s (undergraduate) studies, and will approach admissions from an academics-focused student’s perspective.

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Issue 7 Study Abroad

UK college admissions

You’re thinking about studying in the UK? Great, because in this article we’ll go over the whole admissions process for UK universities and colleges.

In this post I’ll be writing from the experience of Lajos, an international student from Hungary, and Janko, an international student from Croatia.

This article is focused on bachelor’s (undergraduate) studies, and will approach admissions from an academics-focused student’s perspective.

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Issue 7 Study Abroad

German college admissions

You’re thinking about studying in Germany? Great, because in this article we’ll go over the whole admissions process for German universities and colleges.

In this post I’ll be writing from the experience of Bjorn Rambi, an international student from Albania who’s now studying at LMU Munich.

This article is focused on bachelor’s (undergraduate) studies, and will approach admissions from an academics-focused student’s perspective.

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Issue 7 Study Abroad

US college admissions

So, you’re thinking about studying in the land of the free? Great, because in this article we’ll go over the whole admissions process for US universities and colleges.

In this post I’ll be writing from my experience. I’m from Croatia and when I was in my senior year of high school I applied to around 15 US colleges (mostly the top 20 range). I got accepted to Georgia Tech and Harvard University, and now I’m a student at Harvard. Don’t be disheartened by this acceptance rate as I made a lot of mistakes during the admissions process, and in this guide I’ll try to help you avoid them.

This article is focused on bachelor’s (undergraduate) studies, and will approach admissions from an academics-focused student’s perspective.

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Issue 6 Study Abroad

Why study abroad (undergraduate)?

You’ve probably heard of people from your country who went to study abroad, and whose lives changed significantly from the typical life one has at a domestic university. You might think that to study abroad, you need to be super rich, super smart, or super athletic. But is it really all that exclusive?

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Issue 5 Science Shoutout

Highschooler’s Guide to the Ivy League

Getting into a good college doesn’t have to be a reward for extreme sacrifice; it can be, instead, a side effect of the much grander goal of building a meaningful and engaging life.

Cal Newport, How to be a High School Superstar

Think of a typical high school student who gets into a world-class college or university, like Cambridge, MIT, or one of the Ivy League universities. You might imagine someone with countless extracurricular activities, perfect grades, and loads of stress. What if there’s another way? What if, instead of sacrificing all your precious free time, you could get into a world-class college as a byproduct of leading an interesting life?