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What is your academic profile?
Tell us about your academic history and goals so that we can find the best university match for you!
Study Level
Select from the options of Undergraduate (Bachelor's or English as a Second Language) and Graduate (Master's, Professional Development, or PhD).
Undergraduate
Graduate
Entry Requirement
GPA and English tests are two standard requirements for US school applications. Some specific schools may require additional documents, such as your high school diploma for undergraduate programs, standardized admission tests, or a Bachelor's degree for graduate programs, and specific course preparation. Our agent will thoroughly review your overall profile and provide you with tailored guidance to help you apply to your dream schools.
GPA SCORE
High schools and universities frequently use a 4.0 scale to report GPA (grade point average). To calculate your overall GPA, you should average the scores from all your classes. It's important to note that different high schools might use various grading scales. Please do your best to estimate and convert your grade to a 4.0 GPA scale, following the guidance.
GPA Scale
Used by high schools, colleges, and graduate schools in the US, a grade point average (GPA) is a single cumulative number that represents your entire academic performance. Use the table below to best estimate your GPA equivalent.
GRADE POINT AVERAGE
LETTER GRADE
NUMERICAL GRADE
4.0
A+
97-100
4.0
A
94-97
3.7
A-
90-93
3.3
B+
87-89
3.0
B
84-86
2.7
B-
80-83
2.3
C+
77-79
2.0
C
74-77
1.7
C-
70-73
1.3
D+
67-69
1.0
D
64-67
0.7
D-
60-63
0.0
F
0-59
ENGLISH TEST
English tests evaluate your proficiency in the English language at an academic standard, determining your readiness to pursue studies at either the undergraduate or postgraduate level.
If you don’t see your English test in the list please select “other” to continue. We will match you based on all other criteria entered and an advisor will assist you to ensure your English scores are accepted.
IELTS
Taken
Planned
Start Date
When would you like to start your studies?
Select your start date
Undecided
Preferences
Indicate which qualities are most important to you when considering a school.
Optional
Select the top three qualities that hold the greatest importance for you. Your choices will help our admissions representatives understand the features that you are looking for in your higher education journey. (Maximum 3)
School Ranking
Quality of Teaching
Safety
Employability
Diversity
Student Loan
Nationality
Choose your legal citizenship. If you hold dual nationality, please select just one citizenship. We will assign a dedicated admissions representative who speaks your language to support you throughout the admission process.
Enter your nationality
Annual Tuition & Fees
The ranges provided below are based on the options offered by universities within Shorelight's portfolio and fall within the average first-year tuition range in the United States.
The cost of first-year tuition and fees at one of Shorelight's university program ranges from $17,000 to $60,000. We want to help you find the right fit for your budget.
WHAT IS YOUR EXPECTED ANNUAL TUITION IN USD?
Less than $10,000
up to $20,000
up to $30,000
up to $40,000
$40,000 or higher
ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE, STRONG OUTCOMES
Top-ranked degree programs, taught by expert faculty, give international students in-demand skills and qualifications to pursue lucrative careers around the globe.
Justin from Taiwan, an international student studying supply chain management at Auburn, stands in the football stadium wearing a football jersey with the number one on the front
“There are a lot of options for me. I’m excited about the classes and what I will learn from the school in the future.”
Justin, China
Supply Chain Management, Auburn University