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Ivy Summer Programs

sravikumarsravikumar Registered User Posts: 6 New Member
edited November 2012 in Summer Programs
Dear Friends,
I'm in 10th grade and coming summer I'm planning to go to any on e of the best Ivy Summer programs.

Does anyone know if there is any ranking of the summer programs at ivy league schools?

If there are any Ivy Summer Programs help you get into an Ivy League under Grad School?

Which Ivy summer program is best?

Please answer my question. I really appreciate your help on this.
Post edited by sravikumar on

Replies to: Ivy Summer Programs

  • steelergolf11steelergolf11 Registered User Posts: 142 Junior Member
    Leadership in the Business World at Penn is the best if you are into business/economics
  • sravikumarsravikumar Registered User Posts: 6 New Member
    Thanks steelergolf11 for your Reply.

    I am looking for Science related summer programs.

    Please help on this request.
  • hpyscmhpyscm Registered User Posts: 899 Member
    LOL just because it has an ivy name in the program doesn't mean it will help you get admitted to that specific college. At all.
    If you want to have a meaningful summer, attend programs you really want to go to. Things like summer @ brown and Harvard ssp don't do anything to really help you get into that college. Instead, try doing research (if you're interested in science) or apply to programs like the Summer Science Program or other well-known but competitive camps! They're usually much more meaningful, and will often times help in college admissions more
  • OHMomof2OHMomof2 Registered User Posts: 10,346 Senior Member
    True that some of the best programs, perhaps most, aren't at Ivies. Perhaps especially in science.

    That said, some of the programs at Ivies are put on BY that school - Brown is one - and some are just host campuses - Columbia is one. Quality caries, cost varies, offerings vary. Some give college credit, some don't.

    Just things to consider.
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