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 9 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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UniConn Plus is designed for students who would like all of the benefits of UniConn but would also like to take test preparation courses (SAT, ACT, GRE, GMAT or other admissions required tests). 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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