American University Transfers
Graduating from a famous school is something everyone dreams of, but only a few of us can actually successfully apply in the first place. On top of that, not only do parents have to have been planning for it for years, the students themselves have to be outstanding as well. However, luck is also inevitably going to play a role in the application process, from what the competition is like in any given year, or even what the political relationship between Taiwan and the US is like at the time. All kinds of things can affect the result of an application to a famous school. Is there only one way to apply to a school? Certainly not! The United States is a country that values lifelong learning, so as long as you want to learn, no matter your age, race, or gender, eventually, you’ll be able to apply to a school that is ideal for you.
American college transfers are generally divided into two categories: Transfer Pathway 2+2 and Taiwan-to-US college transfers. These differ from the traditional way of applying to a four-year college as soon as you graduate from high school. Applying directly to a four-year college is very competitive, and students need to maintain good GPAs and get high TOEFL and SAT scores, along with active engagement in extracurricular activities while preparing for the domestic entrance examinations. This can put a lot of pressure on applicants, and even with all that, there’s no guarantee you’ll get into a top-ranked school. After all, the number of admissions for international students is still small, so the other two admission channels for transferring to renowned schools in the US are becoming increasingly attractive to more and more people.
Community College Transfer Pathway 2+2
Transfer Pathway 2+2 provides a springboard for students who fail to apply for college or whose grades are not strong enough to get into a top American school. It is a channel for transferring to a prestigious school. In particular, the California Community Colleges system has signed a Transfer Admission Guarantee with the University of California. Community colleges have become a popular launchpad for international students seeking to apply to prestigious American universities because of their small class sizes, low tuition fees, low entry barriers, comprehensive transfer counseling systems, and transparent and open transfer conditions. Another advantage is that qualified students can be guaranteed 100% admission one year before transfer, so that students can guarantee a smooth transfer to the prestigious University of California under certain conditions. Completing the courses required by the school’s major requirements and ensuring a high GPA can further increase admission chance. We provide curriculum planning services, course selection services, course teacher recommendations, application scheduling, document assistance, application for accommodation, UC guaranteed admission services, and cooperation with local tutoring agencies for services such as school applications. There are also dedicated teachers in California who can help students adapt to schoolwork and life.
Domestic University Transfer
It is not very common to change schools and majors among Taiwanese universities, and the process poses certain difficulties. In contrast, it is a relatively easy process to transfer to schools in the US. Therefore, many students who are dissatisfied with local universities will consider studying abroad. In fact, it is a very common thing to transfer schools in the United States. Not only that, but every year, a large number of students from all over the world transfer to American colleges. Enrolling in a prestigious American school is no longer a dream, as long as you meet the transfer requirements. Many students in Taiwan fail the college entrance examination because they are not adapted to college life, or they have entered a school they don’t like, enrolled in a major they’re not interested in, or are dissatisfied with the school’s educational style. Furthermore, some students simply realize after starting that the major they chose is not what they had imagined. Do students have to bite the bullet and finish four years of unsatisfactory schooling? We provide another way for students to experience American education, and after two years of study, they can get an American college degree. Of course, there are many things to pay attention to, such as: When is the best time to transfer? How many credits can I deduct using my previous credits? Which schools can I transfer to? These are the areas in which we can assist you.
Frequently Asked Questions:
- I want to study in the United States, but my high school grades aren’t very good; is there any chance that I can get into a good school?
- My family has a limited budget, but I want to study in the United States. Is studying in the US just the privilege of the rich?
- My English is not good, but I really want to learn English well so that I can go to a good school; what can I do?
- I’m in my final year of high school and I don’t have time to take the SAT and TOEFL. Am I destined not to be able to study abroad next year?
- I finally graduated from high school but the offer I got was not ideal. Should I go to community college for two years and then try again?
- I’ve decided to go to community college first; what classes should I take to transfer successfully?
- How do I choose courses that will make it easier to get high grades?
- What schools can I go to with my current GPA? Which major is more suitable for me?
- How do I choose between a community college and a four-year college?
- I didn’t prepare for the SAT and TOEFL; what options are open to me?
- I want to transfer to the UC system; when should I prepare the documents and submit the application?
- I want to transfer to the UC system; what should I pay attention to?
- I didn’t graduate from high school; can I still get into college?
- American colleges are so expensive! I want to save up some money to continue my studies; what options do I have?
- I’m in my sophomore year now, but I really can’t go on; can I still transfer to a US school?
- I want to transfer, but will my previous credits be recognized?
- I want to change my specialist pathway; is there still time?
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