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Admissionado is Going on Tour

November 07, 2012 :: Admissionado Team

Here at Admissionado, we know a lot about college and graduate admissions, both for domestic and International students. From our team of experts hailing from the top programs in the world, to our experience working on over 12,000 applications, we’ve gathered…. well, a lot of intel on what it takes to get that coveted admit letter.

It would be a waste to keep all that information to ourselves, right? Of course it would. And that’s why Jon Frank – founder and admissions expert – is hitting the road… in China!

Throughout November, Jon will be speaking at five Chinese universities about the main differences between top schools in China and Ivy League schools in the US. What are the big things that make China’s top universities that much different from America’s elite programs? What, if anything, do they have in common? As one of the world’s foremost experts on college admissions, he will cover the major gaps separating you, as a Chinese college student, from Harvard, Princeton, and the rest of the top American universities.

Jon, a Harvard Business School alum, will give you an authentic 360-degree perspective on how to formulate an effective study abroad plan, how to wisely choose the right major for you, how to crush the application, and how to lay out an effective career path for the future. Through an in-depth analysis of an actual top school application, Jon will demonstrate how to emphasize your greatest strengths and make a strong case to those highly selective admissions committees.

So, where can you catch Jon in action?

Nankai University
November 9, 3:00-4:30pm

Tsinghua University
November 13, 7:00-9:30pm

Peking University
November 14, 6:30-8:30pm

Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
November 15, 6:00-8:00pm

Shanghai Jiaotong University
November 16, 7:00-9:00pm

This is a great opportunity to get invaluable insight into what it takes to get into your dream US university, so if you happen to be in China, well, don’t miss it.