Ivy League Transfer Admissions

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Ivy League Transfer Admissions

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Undergraduate transfer admissions to highly selective schools such as the Ivy League is incredibly competitive. For example, schools such as Harvard, Yale, and Princeton have highly competitive transfer acceptance rates – so you can bet that transfers is even more competitive than undergraduate admissions. Princeton recently opened up their transfer admissions system in fall of 2018, where they admitted only 13 students total, many of who previously served the U.S. Army. Other schools, such as Columbia and UPenn have a much more promising transfer admission rate, accepting well over 160 students per year in their transfer program.

With over a decade of experience, the AdmissionSight program will position you to be as competitive as possible to get accepted into the school of your dreams. We work with you to craft a powerful, compelling application to share your story with the admissions officers. At AdmissionSight, we have an incredible transfer acceptance rate into the Ivy League.

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