University Admission Advising

We offer University Admission Advising to all CELOP students. Our advisor will help you apply for admission to Boston University or other universities in the United States.

We are here to help you succeed and get accepted to the university of your choice. Our University Admission Advisor will help you:

  • Choose the best universities for your degree program.

  • Complete your Common/Undergraduate and Graduate Application.

  • Understand university admissions policies and procedures.

  • Review your university application essays.

 

We understand your goal of improving your English is to get accepted to a degree program. We will help you throughout the application process to make sure you meet university admission requirements. Our advisor can also help you apply for admission to Master’s or Doctoral programs. If you arrive at CELOP with a beginning level of English, we recommend two years of English language study at CELOP to reach the necessary level of proficiency.

Please contact our University Admission Advisor if you have any questions about applying to a degree program in the United States.

 

In the United States, students graduate from high school and then study for an undergraduate/Bachelor’s degree. After that, students study for graduate/Master’s and Doctoral degrees.

These are some documents that you should bring with you if you are accepted to CELOP and want to apply to universities in the United States:

  • If you are applying for Freshman (Bachelor’s) Admission
    • Bring several official copies of your high school transcript (“official” means with high school or Ministry seal) for all years of high school, not just the last year. Each copy should be sealed in a school envelope.
    • Collect letters of recommendation from your home country and email addresses of high school teachers who will recommend you.
    • If you have finished high school and a semester or more of university in your country you will apply for Transfer (Bachelor’s) Admission
      • Bring several official copies of your high school transcript (“official” means with high school or Ministry seal) for all years of high school, not just the last year. Each copy should be sealed in a school envelope.
      • Several official copies of your university transcript.
      • Email address of a university official.
    • If you are applying for a graduate (Master’s or PH.D.) degree
      • Several official copies of your university transcript in sealed envelopes.
      • Email addresses of recommenders or hard copies of recommendation letters from professors.

     

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