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Sun, 17 Nov



IVY League & Select Universities Admission Counselling Session

Visit the IVY League & Select Universities Admission Counselling Session to start your journey of securing university admissions to IVY League and other select (top) universities across the globe.

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IVY League & Select Universities Admission Counselling Session
IVY League & Select Universities Admission Counselling Session

Time & Location

17-Nov-2019, 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Sprouts, Regency Plaza, MM Allam Road, Mini Market, Gulberg 2, Office 505, 5th Floor

About the Event

Sprouts is a leader in securing university admissions to IVY League and other Select (Top) Universities across the globe.

Learn about the role of SAT 1 & SAT 2, GRE | GMAT, Co-curricular, Academic Grades, University Essays, Reference Letters and other important factors to take into consideration when preparing for admission to select universities.

Over the years the “Ivy League” came to describe the world's top 8 univrsities  and today it speaks to the universities reputations of academic excellence, highly selective admission process, and enviable career opportunities for students. And those impressive reputations are well founded. These institutions are home to some of the most cutting-edge facilities in the world, their faculty members are leaders in their fields, and their alumni are highly accomplished as well.

You might also be surprised to learn that Ivy League schools provide some of the most generous financial packages out there. In fact, every single one of these schools meets 100% of admitted students’ demonstrated need (and they all practice 

'need blind" admissions. This generally means that if you are accepted to one of these schools, you can afford to go, making an Ivy League education surprisingly accessible—even for students coming from the poorest families.

Also, the impact of attending an Ivy League school lasts long after graduation. Because of the substantial social and political clout associated with attending these schools, students may find that having an Ivy League university on their résumé opens doors to impressive jobs, internships, research positions, and more. 

Even though the Ivy League comprises incredible institutions that afford many special opportunities and privileges, it’s important to note that they are not the definitive list of the “best” universities. Other institutions offer similar—even superior—facilities, professors, opportunities, and more. 

Private schools such as Stanford University, University of Chicago, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (to name just a few) frequently go toe-to-toe with the Ivy League on “best university” lists. In terms of mind-bogglingly low acceptance rates, schools like Alice Lloyd College, the Juilliard School, and the Curtis Institute of Music have most Ivy League universities beat. And a whole list of comparable universities not only in the USA but accross the world have sprung up in recent years, giving the “old” Ivies a run for their money.

It’s important to note too that a universities prestige can also have little to no bearing on students’ future outcomes, from their career opportunities to overall happiness. Great leaders, thinkers, artists, activists, and athletes come from all walks of life—and all kinds of colleges and universities. Your college doesn’t make you successful; only you can do that.

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Regency Plaza, Office 505, 5th Floor, Mini Market, MM Alam Rd, Gulberg 2, Lahore, Pakistan

0307 3333988 - 9

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