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It is wise to begin your international university search in grade 10 of high school. Do not wait until grade 12; you need to start this process early to ensure your academics, sports and extracurriculars are in order.
GPA is an American grading system. Essentially, it is your high school marks that are converted into an average out of 4 points. GPA stands for “Grade Point Average” and is based on points assigned to your school marks from Grade 9 through to Grade 12.
The SAT is a USA admission test that show universities how you compare to other students. The exam will test the Reading, Writing and Maths skills that you gained throughout your high school career.Students should take SAT during grade 11 or early in grade 12. There are multiple testing locations in each country. When you have registered for the SAT, you will be able to pick the closest location to you.Highly selective universities, such as the Ivy Leagues, only choose students who score above 1400 out of 1600 on SAT exam. There are many other universities with lower averages; however, 1250 points should get you into most universities.
No, not as Aspire Atlantic. However, we have partnered up with Genius Premium Tuition who would be able to assist.
The TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) is an exam that must be taken to establish an internationals students English speaking ability.
USA universities look at the difficulty of your subject choices, marks, extra-curricular activities and community service. If you require academic financial aid, you will likely need to have an A average with a very high SAT exam score.
We do not guarantee entry into a university of your choice as you may not reach their standards. No agency can. As an educational consultancy we look at you holistically and help you find an institution that best aligns with your aptitudes. Schools that meet your abilities are called best-fit schools and may not be the ones you have heard of before.
Acceptance into a university depends on where you apply. Some have deadlines, and some have rolling admissions and accept applications until they are full. USA Universities usually respond to students by March.
USA universities start in September and end in May/ July of the following year.
You are looking at spending anywhere between $12,000 and $50,000 per year in the USA.
Yes; however, student visas do not allow full-time employment. You may work part time up to 10 hours per week in the USA.
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Sports scholarships are awarded for a student’s athletic ability and the universities need. These can be both full-ride or partial scholarships, which are awarded at Division 1 and 2 level. Most sports scholarships will be between 70% and 100% of the total university cost; however, this depends on the student’s ability.
A full scholarship will cover housing, food, tuition and books.
NOTE: this is different from a full scholarship. A full-tuition scholarship will cover your tuition fees. You will still need to pay for housing, food, and books.
This depends on your natural sporting ability and the level of your target university. If you have been accepted into Aspire Atlantic Scholarship Programme, you will receive multiple scholarships from different Universities. You may receive a 100% Scholarship from a Division 1 college or a 50% scholarship from a division 2 college. It’s all about your ability and how well you have prepared for the process.
Financial aid is awarded on the basis of academic ability. Each university will provide its own academic scholarships. Amounts would only be finalized after one has applied and been accepted.
This is not a scholarship, however, financial aid is awarded to students who meet the college acceptance requirements but cannot afford the financial burden of attending the college. Not all universities provided this and is typically awarded by Ivy League colleges.
These are awarded on the basis of diversity and achieving a balanced student body, usually awarded to people of colour and international students.
The Ivy League is a group of eight private universities that establish the standard for academic strength and storied histories. Harvard, Princeton, Yale, Dartmouth, Brown, Columbia, Cornell, and the University of Pennsylvania...