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This year World Scholars will bring its SAT+ program back to the community, condensed into a two week program from August 6-17. This intensive SAT prep program goes beyond just preparing students for standardized testing, but helps hone their academic and interpersonal skills to prepare them for the college admissions process. The program is best suited for students in grades 9-12.
Due to number of high quality applicants requesting financial aid, this program has been postponed while we organize to provide adequate assistance for all qualified students. Stay tuned for updates!
This two week program runs from February 11 - February 24, 2018. It brings together students from 5 different countries, and a broad spectrum of socio-economic backgrounds to provide a multicultural, diverse, and unique educational experience. Some of the program highlights are listed below. The application deadline is January 12. Applicants will be notified of acceptance by January 15. Due to the small discussion style classes, this program is limited to 20 participants.
Program cost is $2199 USD, which includes tuition, events, special dinners, and all domestic travel. This does not include international travel and room and board. Some need-based scholarships are available. For more information please make a note on your application, or reach out to us via email email@example.com
This month long program combined SAT prep with passion projects. Designed for student grades 7-12, the program helped students not only prepare for college entrance exams, but also for long-term success after they arrive at college.
There were 300 applicants for 15 spots for this 10 day program. The overall aim of the program is to create a greater awareness in the minds of the delegation to understand the philosophy and the practice of education outside China, and to learn new skills in the area of liberal arts, which are not emphasized in their current degree program.
This week long series hosted at Guemgang University brought 9 World Scholars to campus for lectures and one-on-one sessions. Each World Scholar presented a lecture/workshop on the particular field of interest. Each lecture included Korean language translation support so that every student benefited from the experience, no matter their prior experience.