Harvard graduate school of architecture is one of the great architecture colleges inside the USA. Harvard requires a four year Bachelor in Science or Bachelor in Arts in any subject or Bachelors Degree in multiple constitutions with Architecture being the main course. As part of your application procedure, you are expected to submit a portfolio as well. Harvard's minimal TOEFL IBT rating is 92 with at least 23 in each phase. And the favored rating is 104 with 26 in every section. Harvard accepts online applications. If you wanted to get further details you could check iSchoolConnect's blog on 'All about Harvard University' here : https://www.ischoolconnect.com/blog/all-about-studying-at-harvard-university/.
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The Korean education system is gaining fast renown for having a difficult yet thorough curriculum. And there are both public and private universities which offer different types of courses. There are courses from Architecture to Engineering, Arts, Literature, Medicine, Linguistics, Maths, etc. The average tuition fees for a Korean university is about $4k-$5k USD per annum and the living expense for an international student is about $6k USD per annum. So, it is affordable for international students who want to study there. There are also many scholarships available. Some provided by universities and some by organizations. If you have a D-2 or D-4 visa then you are allowed to work part-time there. 20 hours for undergraduate and 30 hours for postgraduate students. But this can change depending upon the university you are applying for. Sungkyunkwan University, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Hanyang University, etc. are some of the most famous universities in Korea.
The university will most likely prompt you about the interview well in advance. However, I have also heard that sometimes, you only get 2 days to prepare.
There are a few common types of interviews universities take-
A recorded video interview - you will receive a pre-recorded set of questions on your screen, and you'll be allowed to take some seconds to prepare before answering each question
Informal QnA sessions - several students will be called at the same time, and the mediator will judge you based on your preparedness, presentation, and communication skills
One on one - this is the regular kind of interview that gets conducted over a telephone or Skype
Some universities also conduct group sessions and case studies as part of their interview process
The majority of questions universities ask are these -
Tell me something about yourself
Why did you pick this course
Where do you see yourself 3-5 years down the line
What are your strengths
What are your weaknesses
Share a challenge you faced and how you solved it
Why should we pick you over other students/What is unique about you
What are your favorite subjects
Why our university
What will you do if we reject you
If anything more comes to my mind, I'll add it
First, you'll have to scan each sheet.
If your printer allows you to combine these scans into a single folder, do that.
If not, you can combine all of these scans into a single file using an online tool.
There are many options available for this - Merge PDF, iLovePDF, and more.
Make sure the end file is a PDF document.
Then upload it to your application!
Approach your college registrar
They can directly mail your transcripts to the university for you (you might be asked to fill a form by your college for this)
Mail it yourself
Make sure your transcripts are sealed and signed/stamped by your university
And mention the name of your college in the From section of your mail
You can pick a university and a course
Once you're done with that, you will find on the program page if they give application fee waivers
If yes, see the conditions based on which they give a waiver
If you qualify, apply for it!
I'm assuming you're from India
Here, you'll need a bunch of documents-
10th, 12th, and Degree certificates
Test scores - GRE/GMAT and TOEFL/IELTS
Bank statement from the past 3-6 months
Employment letter, if applicable
ID proof of your guardian
And, umm, Form 16 from the past two years for both yourself (if applicable) and your guardian
If anything else pops in my mind, I'll let you know!