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University Placement

Counseling Team

Fast Facts (Class of 2013)


 Applications sent to USA



 Applications sent to UK



 Applications sent to LUMS




 Applications sent to Canada




University Offers


Amherst College

Boston University 

Colby College

Cornell University 

Duke University

Georgia Institute of Technology

Grinnell College

Harvard University

Johns Hopkins University 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Middlebury College

New York University (NYU)

Princeton University 

Rhode Island School of Design (RISD)

Smith College

University of California, Berkeley

University of California, Los Angeles

University of Chicago

University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign

University of Massachusetts, Amherst

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

University of Pennsylvania

Vassar College

Yale University 


Cardiff University

City, University of London

Durham University 

Imperial College London

King's College London

London School of Economics and Political Science



St Andrews

University of Bath

University of Bristol

University of Cambridge

University of Edinburgh

University of Lancaster

University of Manchester
University of Nottingham

University of Oxford
University of Warwick


McGill University 

McMaster University 

Queen's University

Ryerson University

University of Alberta

University of British Columbia 

University of Toronto

University of Waterloo

University of Western Ontario

York University


Agha Khan University

Bahria University

DOW University



Habib University



Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture

Lahore University of Management Science



Rest Of The World

Bilkent University

Carnegie Mellon University, Qatar

Hong Kong University (HKU)

Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST)


National University of Singapore

New York University, Abu Dhabi

Northwestern University, Qatar
Sabanci University
Monash University

University of Amsterdam

University of Nottingham, Malaysia

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Myth Of Brand

The name of the A Level institution has no bearing on the candidate’s chances of getting admission or financial aid to universities in the US. What matters is the candidate’s accomplishments, both academic and extracurricular and their ability to convey that in their application.There is plenty of research to support this claim. Universities confirm that as long as the A level school offers a globally recognized curriculum like the CIE, the years of existence of the institution make no difference – the brand of the institution makes no difference. One of the officers went so far as to say, “Whether the school is 1 month old or 100 years old – it does not matter”. At Harvard, for instance, home schooled students (i.e. private candidates) are not at a disadvantage relative to those who attended a prestigious private high school. A Level candidates are encouraged to do the due diligence and directly contact their universities of interest. Ask them about the factors that are considered in the assessment of applications to their university. You have an obligation to yourself and to your parents to be a well informed consumer.

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