shine trader reports

Princeton, Columbia University, brown and Penn will jointly hold an online enrollment briefing

shine trader reports:

On September 17 and September 28, undergraduate admissions officers from Princeton University, Columbia University, Brown University and the University of Pennsylvania will jointly hold an online briefing! Registration is now open!

The admissions officer will hold an online virtual admissions meeting for students and parents to introduce the admission process of the four top universities in the United States.

The theme of the conference will focus on the following contents: academic projects, enrollment policies, economic assistance, campus activities, international student life, and the impact on the upcoming enrollment cycle due to the influence of covid-19.

Asia and Oceania conference time

Friday, September 17, 2021, 8-9 p.m. est

Tuesday, September 28, 2021, from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. Eastern time

Limited space, you need to register to participate in this enrollment meeting. If you have any questions, you can email UGRAD- ask@columbia.edu 。

Participation mode

The applicant clicks the registration website, and then fills in the name, email address, student or consultant, school name, country where the school is located, and whether to cooperate with the organization Information such as 2 topics that you want to solve during the event.

After submitting, you will receive a confirmation email. At that time, according to the prompt, click the link at the scheduled time to directly enter the meeting!

Registered website

September 17 registration website:

https://apply.college.columbia.edu/register/?id=49b3a978 -2dd7-493e-875f-5c563b45ae24

September 28 registration website:

https://apply.college.columbia.edu/register/?id=9caafc27 -6da4-4ee4-8a81-70dd35fae05c

The enrollment meeting is a rare opportunity for students to understand the dream school academic programs, enrollment policies, economic assistance, campus activities and international student life in an all-round way. Interested students are recommended to participate