Rejected from Stanford, Accepted by Harvard

Not to discourage you or anything, but if you are gearing up to apply to Harvard University in Massachusetts, consider the odds. Last year, Harvard received almost 40,000 applications from students who hoped to be admitted as freshman to the Class of 2019. That was nearly 5 percent more over the year before. But Harvard can only…

The U.S. Department of Education recently launched a great new website, the College Affordability and Transparency Center, designed to help students get information about the cost of an undergraduate college education. One of the neatest features is a little tool that lets you look at lists of institutions with the highest/lowest tuition and highest/lowest net…

The British Council has completed a new survey, ranking countries in terms of how supportive they are of international students.  According to the BBC, Germany came out on top, largely because foreign students pay the same in tuition fees as home students.  Germany also teaches many degrees in English, reducing language barriers. The top 6…