custum :when you work u still hold on to ur student visa. you apply for something called the OPT which is only required for PAID employment or internships. For non paid, you don't need any special documents.
Also getting a internship in ur freshmen…
I am definitely against getting a meal plan. I actually wrote an essay for writing the essay class on the awefull meal plans (you will learn to hate that class). 2 main points.
1) The cost average out to ~$8.50 per meal. If u spend that on break…
ill answer that
you don't have to save all of your OPT for graduation. The OISS suggests saving 5 months, some studetns don't even save it. The majority of Stern students get job offers before they graduate anyway.
Neither I nor ath worked on …
1) Stern Scholars do not take harder classes, they just have to take this seminar thing once a week
2) Stern Scholar is easiest to get into freshmen year, you can apply later on but u need like a 3.8 to get accepted
3) If the first …
as a school, a lot of the kids here arnt "ivy league level". however, i think a lot of the stern kids are up there, cornell level at least. As for Tischies, they are just very talented, something SAT scores can't measure.
ya and as for the Academic Ranking of World Universities 2005, I really dont think 4 UCs can be in the top 20, with 3 of them above Penn. The ranking also gives too much credit to UToronto and UBC. UT is definitely not better Northwestern, Duke, NY …
I'm in full IB and I got accepted with predicted:
but what i got is entirely different
Im not sure about their view towards IB, but it shudnt be negative.