The idea of the American Dream isn’t a new one. Nor is the fact that US colleges and universities consistently rank amongst the best in the world. Which is why it isn’t surprising that the United States is probably the most popular destination for students venturing out of their home countries to study abroad. Most US institutions offer some flexible programmes for all students, which help them find their interest before deciding on a major; this is particularly interesting to students coming from rigid curriculums like the majority of those offered in India. However, with 3000 incredible universities and an application process which is both involved and complicated, it is no wonder CollegeCore helps dozens of students through their applications every year! Whether its understanding the difference between Ivy-League and Public-Ivies, figuring out whether to ACT or SAT and wading through dozens of essays, CollegeCore is here to help students every step of the way.

At a Glance

  • System for Application: Common Application, Coalition, and Individual Applications
  • Duration of Undergraduate Degree: 4 years
  • Style of Education: Liberal and flexible. Allows you to take classes beyond your major. Does not require you to have a specific major before you enroll.
  • Cost: Approximately 40-45 Lakhs p.a. all inclusive
  • Additional NotesMost flexible in terms of changing majors after admission. Over 3500 universities to choose from!


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Rejected: Class of 2021

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