UniConn successfully prepares students for the challenges of the university application and admissions process, and academic study at the university level. UniConn is designed for: 1) students who plan to study at a university in the US (or other English-speaking countries) and 2) students who have already been accepted into an undergraduate or graduate degree program. For the past 8 years, UniConn students have been accepted to a variety of colleges and universities in the United States, including Penn and other high ranking universities in the US. You can find a list of recent acceptances here .
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Like UniConn, UniConn Plus is designed for students who plan to study in the US (or other English-speaking countries). UniConn Plus is a more intensive track of UniConn for students who want: 1)all the benefits of UniConn; 2) test preparation courses for SAT, ACT, GRE, GMAT or other admissions required tests; and 3) focused work on university applications and essays through extensive one-on-one advising sessions with a college counselor. Students at an intermediate (CEFR B1+) to advanced (CEFR B2+) English proficiency in any stage of the application process are eligible to enroll in UniConn Plus.
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Advanced UniConn students can apply to take a credit course through Penn’s College of Liberal and Professional Studies (LPS) to add to their academic background.
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