MIT’s new online learning initiative is focused on enhancing the educational experience of MIT students and the virtual community of learners throughout the world. The initiative builds on MIT’s interest in online education which began with OpenCourseWare in 2001. MIT’s faculty have integrated online technologies into the learning experience for MIT students and have also [...]
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Early action applications rose nearly 8% according to Georgetown Dean of Undergraduate Admissions Charles Deacon. The Office of Undergraduate Admissions received more than 6,600 early applications for the class of 2015, up from 6,124 last year.
MIT has received nearly 6,500 undergraduate early action applications to the Class of 2015, an increase of about 14 percent over last year when there were 5,684 early action applicants.
U.S. News Best Colleges 2011 and Forbes America’s Best Colleges 2010 have dominated the college admissions headlines recently.
Around 64% of students accepted their offers of admission to join the MIT Class of 2014, about the same percentage as last year, a
Class of 2014 Admission Results for Duke, Penn, Cornell, Dartmouth, Northwestern, MIT, Stanford and More….
MIT admissions decisions for the Class of 2014 became available on March 14 (Pi Day)
MIT Admissions – Interesting stats about Class of 2014 Early Action applicants and members of the Class of 2013. 19% of Class of 2013 enrolled students who are first generation to college. 48% of
Class of 2013 enrolled students who speak a foreign language at home, with 78 languages represented.
Harvard, Princeton, Brown, Penn, Chicago and other universities received record numbers of applications for the Class of 2014.
Princeton Review released its 2010 list of colleges and universities that give the most for your money. Topping the private school list: (1) Swarthmore College (Swarthmore, PA); (2) Harvard College (Cambridge, MA); (3) Wesleyan College (Macon, GA); (4) Princeton University (Princeton, NJ); (5) Yale University (New Haven, CT); (6) Williams College (Williamstown, MA); (7) Rice [...]