Now let’s have a look at the easiest good schools to transfer into. Insider Monkey recently published an article about this topic giving us some very useful tips. Sometimes we transfer schools, because we we want to go alon on a different path, or we finish a two-year long school and need another one. I transferred school earlier too. At first I entered the University of Agriculture, but later on I relaized that was absoltely not my cup of tea – so I began to attend University of Theology.
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three schools from their list.
The first school is University of Illinois – Urbana-Champaign. Over at the University of Illinois, there were over 1,330 transferred students in 2014, making up 16% of the student body. The University also fares quite well among the world’s schools, ranking 66th. There are plenty of academic units you can pick from here, depending on your interests. For instance, you can learn about business, education, engineering, law, information sciences, media, medicine, or study to become a vet. The second idea is Texas A&M University. Up next is Texas A&M University, a place that accepted over 2,500 transfer students, making up 19% of all those enrolled here. The University is also quite high up among the world’s best educational institutions, ranking 160th on this particular list. At Texas A&M you can major in a wide range of topics, such as accounting, aerospace engineering, anthropology, biology, chemistry, computer engineering, dance science, history, forensic and investigative sciences, mathematics, nuclear engineering, psychology, spatial sciences, zoology and many others. The last choice of mine for today is University of California – Irvine. As mentioned, there are quite a few universities from California on our list, probably because everyone hopes to be somewhat close to the Ocean. At the University of California – Irvine there were over 2,020 transfer students, making up 27% of all students. The school ranks 156th on the global list. There are more than 80 areas of study here, from aerospace engineering to civil engineering, from comparative literature to dance, from film and media studies to neurobiology, and more.
For any further interesting information read Insider Monkey’s article about 15 easiest good schools to transfer into.