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Does Harvard accept international students as graduate students?

Does Harvard accept international students as graduate students?Does Harvard accept international students as graduate students?2021-07-15 07:02:02Mr_墨

Of course Harvard accepts international graduate students.

Indeed, I believe, as an international student it is far Easier to gain admittance to Harvard as a graduate student than as a freshman.

NOTE: As a graduate student you do Not apply to Harvard University but to the department or school within Harvard University and the process for admitting graduate students is Totally different than for freshman.

All the best.

Does Harvard accept students with a low GPA?

Does Harvard accept students with a low GPA?2021-08-24 09:08:59Mr_巩

Question: Does Harvard accept students with low GPA?

Answer: What’s a low GPA to you?

It has to be decent, for sure. However, do *NOT* interpret it as they simply take kids with the highest GPA either.

Neither should you interpret this catchphrase of “we take well-rounded students” using the common English definition of what well-rounded means.

“Well rounded” by these prestigious universities means they look beyond just your GPA. However, this by no means implies they expect you to be both academically and athletically excellent! Harvard, MIT, Princeton, etc. cannot take their prestige for granted. If they don’t continue to fill their pipelines for the next Nobel prize or Olympic gold, they will lose their prestige! Now, unless anyone would protest a Nobel prize should be annulled because the candidate isn’t good in sport, or an Olympic gold should be withdrawn because the athlete’s GPA isn’t high enough, drop the idea of “well rounded” means good in grades and sports immediately from your head.

So what does it mean? It means the admissions at these universities look beyond just your GAP, as long as it’s decent. What exactly do they look for outside of your grades? They are looking for students who have accomplished significantly in their field of passion. For example, if you try to impress them that you are very into robotics, they would like to see what trophies you have won in these robotic competitions. If you are into literature, what paper have you published at the state or national level? If you like math, what math competitions have you won? Now, we know what “well-rounded’ means. It is actually very misleading from the words themselves. In fact, it is the opposite of the English definition since they are seeking students who have *SPECIALIZED* and ACHIEVED GREAT SUCCESS in a particular field.

Is there a financial aid program for low-income students at Harvard and does it apply to international students?

Is there a financial aid program for low-income students at Harvard and does it apply to international students?2021-08-24 04:47:53Mr_贡

This has been answered several times on Quora. Here are the links, again.

Financial Aid

International Applicants

Does Harvard accept international students from the Middle East with a GPA of 3.5 in their undergrad and with no work experience?

Does Harvard accept international students from the Middle East with a GPA of 3.5 in their undergrad and with no work experience?2021-08-23 21:49:15Mr_岳

Harvard accepts international students but it receives over 40,000 applications for 1600 spots. From the 40,000 who apply - it accepts students with school records of impeccable excellence. Your 3.5 is quite good but it might not be good enough for Harvard.

Read up on the SAT - many US universities require students to take the SAT.

Does Harvard University accept Australian students with an ATAR score?

Does Harvard University accept Australian students with an ATAR score?2021-08-29 09:21:02Mr_单于

If what you mean is:
"Does Harvard and other elite universities consider the ATAR score when evaluating an application?"
The answer would be Yes.
All of the elite colleges have very knowledgeable admissions staff. They will figure out what an ATAR score indicates. Remember there is still the SAT scores and the transcript, and the references and the interview and other parts of the application package. The ATAR is only one indicator and it merely compares Australian students to each other.

Veterinary Medicine: Does Vet school accept international students?

Veterinary Medicine: Does Vet school accept international students?2021-06-17 19:41:32Mr_巢

Most veterinary colleges accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association give preference to students from their state or province, which makes it difficult for students from other locations to be admitted. Internships and residency programs are extremely competitive and awarded to students at the top of their veterinary classes. Veterinary PhD programs might be best choice for foreign veterinary graduates.

Does Harvard accept students with a low GPA?

Does Harvard accept students with a low GPA?2021-08-24 09:09:15Mr_隗

You made a spelling error.

HOWARD university accepts students with a low GPA.

HARVARD does not.

Is that clearer now?

Does Harvard accept students with a low GPA?

Does Harvard accept students with a low GPA?2021-08-24 09:09:10Mr_高

As Harvard Alumnus myself, most of the answers here are mere speculation. GPA is the last thing they will be looking for to admit you. I got in with 2.7. What they are actually looking for is the quantity of food you eat, how much you smoke, do you easily get high or not, etc. If you are hard to be beaten in atleast two areas, your admission is 100% guaranteed. Eat more, smoke more, get high with stronger shit & Harvard is a piece of cake. By the way, if you need a recommendation letter which can guarantee your admission, I am here for you. Just send me a proof that you are good at all the shit mentioned above.

Does Harvard accept students with a low GPA?

Does Harvard accept students with a low GPA?2021-06-15 14:57:14Mr_公孙

Almost never. They simply don’t usually have any reason to. Admissions isn’t a lottery, and it isn’t a random process. It is designed to admit ONLY the most qualified.

If you have a 2.0 average and want to be a physicist, why shouldn’t they instead accept someone who has perfect grades and scores who is also an accomplished cellist instead? In almost all cases, they will.

Only a couple people in the world are likely to be admitted regardless of their GPA. One is for instance the child of a president. Malia Obama was admitted, but I haven’t heard anyone speak of her GPA. Why? Because it doesn’t matter; she’s not only the daughter of a President of the United States, but also a minority and a “legacy” as the child of Harvard grads.

Another case is if you’re the best high school football tackle in the United States. But even this will be risky for a coach to support because if a student starts to fail out, they become ineligible to play for the team. Just an FYI… the last great tackle I met who was admitted to Harvard had a 4.0 average in high school.