MCPHS: Offering programs across the entire healthcare spectrum

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With healthcare at the forefront during the COVID-19 pandemic, interest in healthcare professions is rising.

Have your students expressed their love of healthcare or science, but aren’t quite sure what area in the healthcare field is for them? Explore Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (MCPHS)’ interactive program finder.

Some programs to consider:

DID YOU KNOW? MCPHS is a member of Boston’s Colleges of the Fenway.

Students enjoy the small, tight-knit community found at MCPHS. They also love experiencing the big city feel, living in Boston. Plus, MCPHS is one of five universities that make up the Colleges of the Fenway. This collaboration gives students access to hundreds of opportunities, including intramural sports, performing arts, social events, and more.

Announcing Pratt Institute’s Exciting New BFA in Game Arts 

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Announcing Pratt Institute’s Exciting New BFA in Game Arts 

Pratt Institute’s new BFA in Game Arts program is accepting undergraduate admissions applications now for fall 2021! If you are working with students who have a passion for playing video games, ideas about how to make them better, ideas for their own new games, and plans for unique, quirky characters and challenging game levels, I hope you will inform them about this new and exciting program at Pratt Institute, top-ranked art, design and architecture college.

Courses include game coding, 3D modeling, character design for gaming, animation for gaming and much more.

I invite your students to:

Request a Free Course Viewbook

Attend a Virtual Information Session

Located at Pratt’s historic main campus in Brooklyn, New York, the program is rigorous and engaged in the philosophical underpinnings of Instrumentalized Design, explored through the acquisition of technical skills. Upon graduation students are prepared to be immediately engaged in the gaming industry.

Contact the department chair to learn more about this exciting, new program by emailing dda@pratt.edu.

Undergraduate application and portfolio requirements are online Applications are due by November 1 for early action (non-binding), January 5 for regular decision, and February 1 for college transfer students.

All accepted students will automatically be considered for generous merit scholarships (based on portfolio and GPA) upon acceptance.

Ranked among the top art and design schools in the world, Pratt features top-ranked programs, a distinguished professional factly, a 97% employment rate within one year of graduation, and ideally located campuses in New York City.

Warwick Brochures

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Warwick Brochures

You may find the digital version of our brochures below.

Brochure Web Version
UG Brochure https://warwick.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/uow_ug_prospectus_2021_web_version.pdf


UG Chemistry https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/chemistry/admissions/ugstudy/chemistry_ug_brochure_2021_digital_v2.pdf
UG Classics https://warwick.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/classics/uow_classics_ug_brochure_2020-21_update_digital.pdf
UG Computer Science https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/dcs/admissions/undergraduate/cs/ComputerScienceBrochureDigital.pdf
UG Economics https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/economics/prospective/26934_economics_ug_2020_web.pdf
UG Engineering https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/eng/undergraduate/undergraduate_programmes_brochure/
UG English https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/english/undergraduate/2020_brochure.pdf
UG Film and Television https://warwick.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/filmtv/film_and_television_ug_digital.pdf
UG Global Sustainable Development https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/schoolforcross-facultystudies/gsd/prospectivestudents/gsd_brochure_2021-22.pdf
UG History https://warwick.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/history/uow_history_ug_brochure_2020_21_digital.pdf
UG Law https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/law/hp-contents/ug_law_prospectus.pdf
UG Liberal Arts https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/schoolforcross-facultystudies/liberalarts/uow_liberal_arts_ug_digital_2021_22.pdf
UG Life Science https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/lifesci/study/ug/life_sciences_ug_brochure_2021.pdf
UG Mathematics https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/maths/admissions/ug/uow_ugmathematics_brochure2020.pdf
UG Maths and Physics https://warwick.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/courses-2020/mmathsphysics/physics_and_maths_new.pdf
UG Media and Creative Industries https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/scapvc/ccmps/applying/mci/mediacreativebrochure2021.pdf
UG Modern Languages and Cultures https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/modernlanguages/applying/undergraduate/22053m_-_uow_modern_languages_ug_digital_brochure_2020.2021.pdf
UG MORSE/Statistics/Data Science https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/statistics/courses/hp-contents/warwick_dept_of_statistics_prospectus_2019_online.pdf
UG Politics and International Studies (PAIS) Attached
UG Philosophy Attached
UG Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) https://warwick.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/courses-2021/ppe/uow_ppe_ug_brochure.pdf
UG Physics https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/physics/prospective/undergraduate_study/Physics2122.pdf
UG Physics with Astrophysics https://warwick.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/courses-2020/astrophysicsbsc/physics_with_astro_new.pdf
UG Politics, Philosophy and Law (PPL) https://warwick.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/courses-2021/ppl/uow_ppl_ug_brochure.pdf
Psychology https://warwick.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/psychology/psychology_brochure.pdf
UG Sociology Attached
UG Theatre Studies https://warwick.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/theatre/uow_theatre_and_performance_studies_2021_digital-1.pdf
UG Warwick Business School Attached
The Personal Statement and Reference https://warwick.ac.uk/study/international/agentportal/marketing/tools/uow__ucas_and_personal_statement_sheet.pdf

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Resources for your art and design students | California College of the Arts (CCA)

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Greetings and well wishes from the Office of International Admissions at California College of the Arts (CCA). We hope this email finds you well and that you and your students have adjusted to this year’s unusual challenges. We understand that many schools are still immersed in virtual learning, while some have resumed in-person classes. Whatever the case, we’d like to share some helpful information and provide a few opportunities and informational tools for your students interested in pursuing arts, design, writing and architecture. Please feel free to share with your teachers, students and their families!


Students oftentimes have questions about the art school portfolio. While every school is different, CCA has put together a helpful guide designed to give general tips on how to create an art portfolio. We recommend the guide to students who are preparing their college applications, as well as students just starting to explore the arts.


Another resource that’s valuable for counselors/teachers, students, and their parents is the Association of Independent Colleges of Art and Design (AICAD). AICAD is a consortium of 36 leading, non-profit art schools. The AICAD website is an excellent place to research college options, learn about pre-college programs, find out about career prospects, and even request an online portfolio review from a member institution.


We’d also like to invite you and your students to learn more about California College of the Arts! Aside from our virtual tour, we offer a variety of opportunities like monthly portfolio workshops and information sessions, and weekly student-led virtual tours. Students can find the calendar of events and register here.


Finally, if you’re interested in scheduling a virtual college visit/workshop, you can select a time using our online booking system. If the times aren’t convenient, we’ve prepared digital content that students can view on their own time. These recordings include a 15-minute Information Session, as well as several short 5-minutes videos on a few of our most popular programs (Graphic Design, Illustration, Animation, and Architecture). Alternatively, if your school only accepts group visits, we’ve partnered with three other AICAD art schools to provide workshops. You can learn more about that option here.


We hope this information is helpful to you and your students. As always, please know that we are here to answer your questions!

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Updates from Trinity – October Edition

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I hope you had a great start to the new academic year in spite of ongoing challenges. Here at Trinity, our students are just starting their academic year with orientation week just over now.

Below are some more updates from us in a text format – for a interactive newsletter, please follow this link.  As always, don’t hesitate to contact me at Dominique.Luthringer@tcd.ie if you have any questions.

  • Opening of applications 

This year, our online application system will open on 1st November for non-EU residents and on 5th November for EU residents. Please note that the applications to our Dual BA in partnership with Columbia University are open.

Just as a quick reminder, non-EU students apply directly on our website while EU residents apply via the Central Applications Office or CAO.

If you want to learn more about studying in Ireland, EU and non-EU status, and how to apply to universities in Ireland, we will be running a dedication information session for counsellors on 21st October at 9 am Dublin time. Details can be found here.

  • 11 course options on the Trinity Columbia Dual BA 

Following the addition of Neuroscience and Geosciences as programme options for 2020 entry, we are pleased to announce that two new courses have now been added for 2021 entry:

  • Religion
  • Philosophy

To find out more about all the study options via the Dual BA, please visit this page.

  • Trinity launches a new Joint Honours Degree in Computer Science and Geography 

The new Honours Bachelor’s Joint Degree in Computer Science and Geography offers an interactive, varied and exciting course structure that combines theory, field studies and laboratory-based studies.  This programme is delivered through the expertise of the School of Computer Science and Statistics and the Department of Geography.  Graduates with the skills obtained from this new programme will be at the heart of the design of future smart and sustainable cities and societies.

Click here for more information.

  • Trinity launches new integrated degree in Environmental Science & Engineering 

Environmental Science and Engineering is a new integrated undergraduate (4 years) with postgraduate (+1 year) degree course. It aims to train the next generation of graduates to have the competencies, knowledge and experience necessary to design and deploy solutions that protect and improve our environment and human wellbeing.  Students complete an integrated five-year course consisting of a four year B.Sc., plus an additional optional year of study leading to either a Master in Engineering (Studies) M.A.I. (St.) or a Master in Applied Environmental Science MAES.

This course provides students with a fundamental grounding in natural sciences and engineering, and in the applied skills required to develop sustainable solutions for major societal and environmental challenges.

Click here for more information.

  • Orientation and student support in time of Covid-19 

You may be interested in learning what starting studies at Trinity this year has been like for y(our) students, from a 2-week restriction of movement to online orientation. Take a look at our Journey Checklist and our Undergraduate orientation page for more details!

  • Webinar fatigue?  

Tired of listening to webinars? No worries, we are happy to connect with yourself and your students for informal chats. Just use this platform to schedule a one on one chat. Alternatively, grab a nice cuppa and enjoy our virtual campus tour!

IUMC Study Medicine and Dentistry in Ireland 2021

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Irish Universities & Medicial Schools Consortium | IUMC Ireland
I am writing to give you an update for students interested in applying to Medicine and Dentistry programmes in Ireland through the Irish Universities and Medical Schools Consortium www.iumcireland.com
2021 Intake – Important details for school counsellors
  • Application deadline: January 15th (late applications accepted on a case by case basis)
  • Apply to multiple medical and dental schools with 1 IUMC application
  • IUMC tuition fee discount of 6-14,000 EUR per year
  • World-Class medical education
  • Full programmes delivered in Ireland
  • Medical internships available in Ireland
  • Entry requirements (see attached)
  • No extra admission examination such as HPAT required for students who apply for non-EU places
  • Interviews in February 2021
  • The IUMC office assist with application, interview preparation, accommodation, immigrarton advice and pre-departure information
We have started virtual presentations with international schools in the region and would be delighted to arrange with you and your students if possible.
Thanks for your assistance with informing students of the IUMC offering. We really appreciate it.

NYU update: Pre-health & Pre-law explained, virutal events, and more

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A new school year is underway. While it’s looking a little different from previous years, the NYU community is in good spirits. Now more than ever, we understand how important it is to stay in touch and support each other. No matter where you are in your college search, you can always use Meet NYU to peek behind the violet curtain. Here’s what you might have missed this month on Meet NYU!
Prelaw at NYU? More Like Pre-Everything

Prelaw provides the flexibility to bring your interests together, major in whatever you want, and prepare for a limitless future.

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Prehealth at NYU: It’s Not a Major—It’s a Path

The prehealth program at NYU prepares you for an advanced degree—while letting you keep your academic pursuits and career options flexible.

Read more >
 Register for NYU School Spotlights

Torn between Tisch and Steinhardt? Nursing the idea of studying nursing? Register for our NYU School Spotlights to meet with advisors from all of NYU’s schools and colleges as well as NYU Abu Dhabi and NYU Shanghai to learn about their different academic programs and find the right one for you. We encourage you to attend more than one session! Register for a School Spotlight Session

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Growing up in the UAE, Mohamed Alhosani, ’22, knew he wanted to explore the world—and his passions. So: why didn’t he go to college in another country? Why did he choose NYU Abu Dhabi?

Oh the Places You’ll Go: Studying International Relations at NYU

Making the decision of what to study at NYU can be difficult. Read about why Sean decided to major in international relations.

A Fashion Business Major Designs Her Perfect Balance

NYU Gallatin student, Madeline Dejong keeps busy juggling her academics, varsity volleyball games, and designing her own clothing line. Here’s how she’s making it all work. 

Navigating NYU’s Virtual Fall Events

Meet NYU without having to leave your home. While we wait to resume in-person activities here’s a breakdown of all the different events we’ll be hosting.

NYU Admissions

383 Lafayette Street, New York, NY 10003 | Phone: 212-998-4500 | Email: admissions@nyu.edu

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University of Edinburgh Vet School: September Newsletter

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Applying to Veterinary Medicine?

Find out everything you need to know about the Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery at this month’s virtual information session ahead of the application deadline.

September 26 2020 

10:00-12:00 BST or

15:00-17:00 BST

Information and interactive Q&A sessions
Get all your questions answered about the BVM&S.

Book a place

Check your time zone

Applying for the Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery

5 Year degree

For those with high school qualifications

More on this programme

4 Year degree

For those with a appropriate first degree

More on this programme

Read our guide on “How to Apply” for either programme.

The Undergraduate Study – 2021 Guide is a one-stop shop for information for candidates seeking to study at the University of Edinburgh next year.

Services include specialist advice and a range of information covering essential areas such as accommodation, fees and facilities.

Choosing to sit an in-person exam having been awarded an assessed grade

If you receive a final assessed grade based on your overall performance but subsequently choose to sit your final exams in person, this will not count as a resit. We will therefore consider your predicted or achieved exam results when reviewing your application.

BVM&S Admissions Timeline

Sept 15 2020

Oct 22 2020

Oct 22 2020

Nov 2020 – 

Feb 2021

VMCAS application deadline
Available to North American university students only

No supplemental required

UCAS application deadline
Available to all 

You must also submit you Work Experience Summary Form

Work Experience From deadline
For all UCAS candidates only

Submit your WES following your UCAS application and upload it to your MyEd portal (you will be sent instructions on how to do this)

MMI (Multiple Mini Interview)
Attend an online interview

Offers are based on performance at interview

UCAS application reminder

You can only apply to a maximum of four UK Vet Schools through UCAS. We recommend you use your fifth choice but this must be for a non-veterinary related course.

Work Experience reminder

All UK Vet Schools have collaborated on an online work experience course and all agree this is valuable experience for entry into the world of veterinary medicine. This course opens on 7 September and can be included in the Edinburgh WES Form as well as any other online course undertaken to plug any gaps in work experience due to Covid-19.

NCUB Update

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Recorded Webinars: Global BBA Program

For those that were unable to join our online sessions, please find the recordings available on demand below. Please note that the sessions are set to expire within 30 days. 

Information Session – Active Learning & Case Method

This session will explain why you should choose the AACSB accredited Global BBA Program, what makes us unique and how to apply. Professor Hakeem will discuss what the case method is and who it is suitable for. Rob (Indonesia – IB) joins to talk about right fit and his IB Scholarship.


Demo Lesson – Partnership Vs Corporation 


A very simple overview of the case method by asking participants to state whether they would start a new venture as a partnership or as a corporation. Current students Gen (Philippines – A Levels) and Hisham (Pakistan – IB) join the session to give their insights.

Demo Lesson – Leading in Turbulent Times 

The lesson covers the competitive advantages and drawbacks of remote working. Students share their thoughts on the pros and cons of remote work as well as its impact on organisations’ and employees’ performance.


Demo Lesson – What is Entrepreneurship?


Professor Goi provides an original case to showcase active learning. Students are asked – “Do you think funding is the most important thing to start a business?”. Current student Hafiz from Indonesia joins the Q&A talking about life at NUCB.

Information Session – Tips to Apply to the GBBA Program

This session covers an in depth guide on how to apply to the GBBA program. There are examples of past essays as well as typical questions that come up at interview and how to answer them. We also cover an ideal candidate and what the admissions committee look for.


The curriculum encompasses a wide range of subjects in Management, Finance, Accounting, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Marketing, and Liberal Arts. This wide range of subjects reflects the multidisciplinary nature of business, and the importance of understanding all the key elements needed to make a business successful. 

All courses are organized by the quarter system and each course will be completed in a single term (lasting 7 weeks). Whilst this requires a lot of work in a short space of time, full-time students have almost 4 months of the year away from school. This gives students the perfect opportunity to return home, take out part-time work, study Japanese, take out an internship etc!

International ACT Cancellations for December and February Exams

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ACT to Cancel International ACT Test Administrations for December 2020, February 2021 due to COVID-19

ACT has just announced that it will be cancelling all international administrations of the December 2020 and February 2021 ACT exams. ACT cited new COVID-19 testing procedures and safety precautions for this decision, anticipating complications and school closures “due to the flu season and potential COVID-19 resurgence.” Students enrolled for these test dates will be contacted by ACT to be placed in an alternate testing date in the 2020-2021 year at no charge. At this time, September and October 2020 exam dates will not be affected and will move forward.

Please click here for ACT’s full statement. We will continue to keep you apprised as additional information is made available.