Transfer Admissions to US

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failexam is offline
Dec18-10, 10:37 PM
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I am a second year physicist at Imperial College London.

I've got an outstanding academic track (89% in my first year), but not much in terms of extra-curricular.

Thing is, I'm an international student, so money is an issue for me.

So, I am thinking of applying for transfer admissions to US.

I'm sure whether this is a good idea or not?
Also, given my track, which schools am i likely to get into?
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cristo is offline
Dec19-10, 07:17 AM
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Have you researched how much it will cost you to attend a US university for 3 years?
Msh1 is offline
Dec19-10, 08:40 AM
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Transfer admission is really tough, especially in top schools. Even if you do get in chances are they won't accept many of your second year credits. A friend of mine had a very similar situation, just like you he was a second year student at Sussex and I think he got nearly 100 percent on all his courses, he transfered to UChicago, but they only accepted his freshman year courses. But he was in engineering though.

failexam is offline
Dec20-10, 04:58 PM
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Transfer Admissions to US

Quote Quote by cristo View Post
Have you researched how much it will cost you to attend a US university for 3 years?
I would only enroll at a US institution if it offers me scholarships and if it is of a similar or higher
calibre as Imperial.

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