Undergraduate Admissions Process
High School academic record, SAT® scores (when required), personal essays, recommendation letters from teachers, and financial statements are the key elements that form a part of undergraduate applications. The choice of courses available is varied and exhaustive.
Most universities in the US and UK have academic sessions starting in Fall (August/September) and Spring (January/February). It is advisable to apply about six months prior to your intended date of enrolment. But don’t forget to check the application deadline of each university.
Few top Universities such as Harvard, MIT, Yale, etc. give upto 100% Need Based scholarships. Their admission policy is need-blind. Few top Universities such as Brown, Stanford, Johns Hopkins, etc. give upto 100% Need Based aid. However, their admission policy is not need-blind. Few top Universities such as Cornell, Duke, etc. give a combination of need-based and merit-based scholarships upto 100%. A lot of schools give merit based scholarships upto 100%. Students with SAT scores more than 1400 can look forward to scholarships provided they choose their universities carefully. Part-time jobs are also available on campus, and students can expect to cover a part of their living cost by working part time, so earn as you learn.