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October 15: Find Your Fit

There are over 4,000 universities in the US. Take the top 5-10% and that’s still 200-400 really great school options. With so many choices, how do you make your list?

October 22: Admissions: All the deadlines, qualifications, tests, and everything else you need to know (Part 1)

What is going on with deadlines? There are so many confusing terms: Rolling admissions, early decisions…what does it mean when it says “restrictive.” Learn about Early decision/Early Action and how this impacts scholarships.

  • What scores do you need to get admitted to a good university?
  • Which tests do you need to take? SAT? ACT? TOEFL? IELTS?
  • Do essays, letters of recommendation, and extra-curricular activities matter?

November 5: Admissions: All the deadlines, qualifications, tests, and everything else you need to know (Part 2)

What is going on with deadlines? There are so many confusing terms: Rolling admissions, early decisions…what does it mean when it says “restrictive.” Learn about Early decision/Early Action and how this impacts scholarships.

  • What scores do you need to get admitted to a good university?
  • Which tests do you need to take? SAT? ACT? TOEFL? IELTS?
  • Do essays, letters of recommendation, and extra-curricular activities matter?

November 12: Scholarships, scholarships, scholarships!

You don’t want to miss out. There are merit or admission-based scholarships, competitive, very hard-to-get athletic scholarships, and more. Learn about other ways to fund your education and cut cost. Do they offer banded tuition? What about transfer credit for advance placement coursework in high school? Can you get an on-campus job?

November 19: How to fill out a university e-application and the Common App

We will walk you through an actual application and talk about the materials you will want to gather before you begin and during the process.

December 3: Should I go for undergraduate or masters?

It’s becoming increasingly popular to go study in the US for bachelors and stay for masters. But is that a good option for you? Weigh pros and cons. Explore 5 year BA + MA programs. What if I want to be a doctor or a lawyer? Should I stay or should I go?

December 10: What are my job prospects before and after graduation?

Learn about on-campus jobs, Curricular Practical Training, Optional Practical Training, and HB-1 application process

December 17: Inside and Outside the Classroom Experience – How to have the best experience possible

What is it REALLY like to study abroad? What will a typical week look like? How much time will you spend in class and studying vs. participating in social clubs. Stay connected with your International Admissions staff and IKC.

January 7: I got admitted!!! Now what?

Now that you’ve been admitted to some great universities, you still have to decide where you are going to go and then take the appropriate steps to get to campus (apply for housing, visa, book flights, etc.).

What your Agent isn't telling you

As a social benefits organization, we advise students and families free-of-cost. We help you navigate the application system in the U.S. free of bias or misguided motives. Our goal is to match you with the right institution. Join us as we hear from CEO and Founder, Girish Ballolla as he shares his insights and talks about our upcoming university tour in India.