As an international student considering universities overseas, you may be choosing between multiple destination countries, not just the United States. What if you don’t have to decide? What if you could attend a university in the U.S. but also spend a semester or a school break studying in an additional country or two? Well, there’s good news for you adventurous types: You can!
On last week’s episode of Getting In: A College Conversation, host Beth Heaton and her guests addressed a story from Harvard University that has been all over the news lately and its broader implications for the college admissions process, helped families prepare financially for studying abroad, and took a behind the scenes look at the Tufts University admissions office.
Plus More Thoughts on the Coalition Application
In the May 26th episode of Getting In: A College Coach Conversation, guest host Sally Ganga tackled two topics: the new Coalition application, and study abroad (from both the academic and financial perspective).
Thoughts on the Coalition Application
Sally’s first guest, Marie Bigham, is currently the Director of College Counseling at Isidore Newman School in New Orleans, and a member of the National Association of College Admission Counseling Board of Directors. Marie clearly explained her understanding of the origin of the new Coalition for Access and Affordability, and then was unafraid to express her views about the success of the new platform.