The penitent hope their red - faced admissions of guilt will bring absolution, but can saying sorry really be enough to restore their credibility?
She is responsible of most of the international initiatives at the university including recruitment, admissions, advisement on immigration regulations, and internationalizing the campus community.
According to the book Affirmative Action for the Rich published by Century Foundation, alumni preferences provide an admissions advantage to the children of alumni.
While Americans have debated the fairness of “affirmative action ” preferences for minorities in hiring and college admissions, the 1960s ’ laws opened increasing workplace opportunities for minorities.
The Harvard admissions office has an essay on its Web site called "Time Out or Burn Out for the Next Generation.
International admissions officers advise students to apply to at least three schools. You may be able to apply online and pay the application charge with a credit card, or by mail.
In a statement, Columbia declined to comment on Reynolds' statements but noted that the essays — whoever writes them — are just one part of the big picture that admissions committees are considering.
She said admissions officers take pains to check English ability through e- mail exchanges.
According to the European Audiovisual Observatory, a mere 6.3 per cent of admissions to European films were in EU countries outside their home markets, a decrease from nearly 10 per cent last year.
He had a history of alcoholism, with several hospital admissions for gastrointestinal bleeding.