Collegify organize session on US universities admission
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Collegify organize session on US universities admission

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CollegifyCollegify, a team of young passionate educationists specializing in helping students achieve admission to top universities around the world has organized personal interactive session of Shumi Muinde (Director of International Admissions, Drexel University, USA) with students recently.

The session covered about integrities of the US admissions, how students can create stand out factors, Scholarships & Opportunities and frequently asked questions by students. While applying for study abroad in US, students are always confused on what are the top US colleges to look for. Apart from students with brilliant grades How does an average student maximize chances for a top class admits? These are common question barriers that students face while applying for study abroad.

Shumi Muinde said, “Every year we receive a large number of applications from Indian students. Students desiring to take admissions in US universities are enormous from India. The only thing some students lack behind is proper guidance in choosing a university that simply matches their academic criteria. Due to which they missed the deadlines of application.”

Adarsh Khandelwal, co-founder, Collegify said, “Since the inception of Collegify we have successfully helped more than 1000 students in getting admissions at various universities abroad. For us every student is unique. We work very closely with every student. We guide them/mentor them. We offer a team of qualified mentors who have a vast experience, mentors themselves have lived/worked abroad and is aware of every scenerio and local reality. In the past we have seen couple of students taking huge loans and going to tier-3 partner universities in Australia, Canada. Mainly, these students are from tier-2 and tier-3 cities and this are heavily misguided. Even today the statistics of total number of students going abroad to study is very high & according to what we have researched majority of them come back with huge debts and loans which they cannot pay.”

 

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