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While not as competitive as some of the other Ivy League universities, Cornell is still very hard to get into with an acceptance rate of approximately 10%.
Cornell is home to eight undergraduate colleges and schools with faculty including Nobel Laureates and Pulitzer Prize winners.
Cornell has an excellent reputation across the academic spectrum but ranks most highly for its Engineering, Business and Biology.
From NCAA Division I athletics to yoga classes, Cornell offers a great range of extracurriculars for its students to be involved in.
Out of 3,200 freshman students accepted in 2021, 25% are international.
Cornell graduates enjoy high rates of employment and opportunity thanks to it's reputation and the illustrious alumni network. Cornell alumni salaries start a 60,000 USD.
Founded in 1865, Cornell University is a private Ivy League university in Ithaca, New York. Cornell attracts students who excel in business, STEM subjects and agriculture and look for students who have a "zest to stretch the limits of their talents, and those with an outstanding public motivation – in other words, applicants with a concern for something larger than themselves".
Each year, thousands of ambitious students apply for a place at Cornell, but the competition is notoriously fierce. So, how do you know if you have what it takes to compete? Book a complimentary university strategy meeting with the Crimson team today and find out!
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We are proud to say that students who work with us are four times as likely to get into their dream university than those who apply alone.
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