Nov 01, 2022 - 03:26 AM
Before you can decide which colleges to apply to, brainstorm a list of preferences. Consider the following:
· Do you want a big or small school?
· Would you like to live in a big city, a college town, in a warm climate, etc.?
· What’s important to you: student-faculty ratio, quality of the faculty, reputation, happiness of the students, school spirit and good sports teams, etc.?
· Do you want to attend a school close to home?
Once you’ve got a general list going, start looking for colleges that meet your criteria. You should also think about what you want to major in, so you can find schools that have strong programs in that major. If you’re not sure, look for schools with a few majors in your main area of interest(s).
If you haven’t noticed from the numerous links above, Niche has tons of filters to help you figure out which schools meet your needs, whether you want to sort by size, selectivity, tuition price, or various other factors. Find the menu beside all our rankings and whittle away until you discover some great matches.
Nov 02, 2022 - 08:45 AM
Nov 04, 2022 - 04:28 AM
As an African student, you need to aim for schools that offer a good combination of financial aid for international students, the right degree program for you, and the right atmosphere to learn.
There is no standard list of schools that you should apply to because your interests are unique to you. This is why we strongly recommend doing proper research using websites such as Niche.com and 8B Education. You need to be proactive in your research and ask as many questions as you have to our mentors.
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