NEWS: 13 Jan, 2023

The Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (Ucas) will no longer require students to write a personal statement when applying for university. The 4,000-character essay will be scrapped and replaced with a series of questions about the higher education course they are applying for.

NEWS: 26 May, 2022

Watch Pathways to the UK undergraduate Education for US students, second in the series of Benefits of International Education organised in partnership with the Russian School of Math in Boston, US.

NEWS: 12 May, 2022

Watch our webinar on Advantages and Opportunities of studying in the UK and US, part of the Benefits of International Education series organised in partnership with the Russian School of Math in Boston, US.

NEWS: 13 Apr, 2022

How Colleges Performed in the 2022 Rankings

The top 10 National Universities remain largely the same with some minor fluctuations and one new entrant. Princeton University in New Jersey is again No. 1, and Columbia University in New York, Harvard University in Massachusetts and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are tied at No. 2. Columbia moved up one spot from No. 3 last year, while MIT improved from a tie at No. 4. Yale University in Connecticut moved down from a tie at No. 4 last year to No. 5 for 2022.

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NEWS: 26 Jan, 2022

In January 2022 College Board Announced its plans about switching to Digital SAT. Students testing internationally in the class of 2024 will be the first to take digital SAT as early as in the spring of 2023.

NEWS: 21 Jan, 2022

On January 21, 2022 the US Department for Homeland and security published the amended list of STEM Designated Degree Programs adding 22 new qualifying fields of study.

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In the US test optional movement started back in 2001 as a result of several studies that came to prove high school grades as being best indicator of college performance. Since then, several colleges in the US have been implementing test optional policies and sharing their data on the results.

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