Transfer Application- Take Another Path to Your Dreams! Use your second chance to take charge of your goals!
Some students transfer after attending community college for financial reasons or because their current college does not match up with their expectations. Whatever your need, IvyBoost will work with you to develop the transfer plan that is suited for you.
IvyBoost’s Transfer Application Service Process includes
- Assess the transfer applicant
- Determine the transfer application time
- Create list of transfer colleges
- Plan the transfer curriculum
- Guide transfer application
- Guide transfer interviews
- Analyze school results
- Make final decision on the new transfer school
What is your motivation for transferring?
Is your current college really not suitable for you?
Is it a good idea for you to transfer schools?
Do you have a good understanding of which school and which location you will transfer to?
If you are changing your major, will you love the new major you select?
Are there specific requirements for transferring to a school and a major program?
After you finish studying, what are the opportunities for employment or higher education after your transfer?
How many of your courses and credits are recognized for your transfer?
Transfer applications can be submitted in both spring and autumn, but most schools and majors recommend autumn enrollment.
For Fall enrollment, the application deadline is generally in March & April. For Spring enrollment, the application deadline is generally in October & November.
The applicant should proceed with preparing the application 1 year in advance of the enrollment time.
Is there a greater tuition cost for transferring to a new school than the cost at your current school? Are you financially well-prepared for that cost?
Private U.S. universities have tuition and living expenses that are generally in the $50,000 to $70,000 range per year. Public universities are in the $20,000 to $60,000 range.
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