Does citizen of U.S. have more advantage than international student when they transfer to UC schools?
Student A is from the U.S.and student B is form foreign country. If both of them has same GPA, club activities and etc... , does UC schools will choose student A over B?
Or do they have different capacity of American and INS?
- charlatanLv 72 months ago
don't bet on that.
colleges make decisions worse than potus does.
one does not know what they want to
garnish the classes with.
- SquidLv 72 months ago
No. Universities want as many foreign students as possible, because they charge you double tuition.
- Anonymous2 months ago
When you transfer, your GPA is the main consideration for being accepted. And it isn’t they are going to be lining up two students applications and say which one of these two do we want. Not all UC schools are the same. Some are much harder to get into than others.
They can require a certain amount to of credits and that the student has taken specific classes.
Just IMO they could give priority to California residents
- Diane ALv 72 months ago
No not really The UC schools have pledged to up their local state admits. A stellar app is another story.