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Posted by David Lazo on January 12, 2015 in Application Process, File Reading Explained, International Students, Merit Scholarships, Mid-Year Reports, The College Essay, ACT, admissions counselor, alumni interviews, Application Checklist, Common Application, corps, FAQs, Financial Aid, Green Card, high school transcripts, interviews, merit scholarship applications, mid-year reports, midyear reports, MyAppVU, Office of Student Financial Aid, research abstracts, resumes, SAT, supplementary information, Teacher Evaluations, Universal College Application
As an international admissions counselor, David shares his experience recruiting in Japan last fall. Despite being familiar with Tokyo, a new mission of spreading awareness about Vanderbilt's offerings pushes his recruitment skills to new heights.
Posted by David Lazo on June 9, 2014 in International Students, Preparing for College, Scholarships and Financial Aid, admissions, admissions blog, Asia, commute, Food, International, international recruiting, International Students, Japan, Japanese, Japanese culture, Nashville, rush hour, Seoul, Silicon Valley, Tokyo, undergraduate admissions, Vanderbilt Admissions
Posted by Jay Watson on November 14, 2013 in Community Service, International Students, Student Life, Study Abroad, Uncategorized, Blair School of Music, Center for Latin American Studies, Global Education Office, International Education Week, International Student and Scholar Services, Nisolo, Office of Active Citizenship and Service, photography, Vanderbilt African Student Union, Vanderbilt Capoeira Club, vanderbilt international, Vanderbilt Wind Symphony, VIDA
Posted by Carolyn Pippen on April 16, 2013 in Academic Life, Balance, Commons, International Students, Uncategorized, and Society, Balance, Canada, college decisions, College of Arts and Science, Financial Aid, getting involved, global ambassadores, Greg Hawley, Health, Hillsboro Village, Medicine, MOSAIC, Nashville, opportunity vanderbilt, Predators, Research, Sigma Nu, spanish, stress, Student Organizations, Study Abroad, The Martha Rivers Ingram Commons, Titans, tour guides, vanderbilt medical center, VUcept, why vanderbilt, Winnipeg
Posted by Carolyn Pippen on February 22, 2012 in Balance, Diversity at Vanderbilt, General Information, Information for Incoming Students, International Students, Living on Campus, MOSAIC - VU's Multicultural Student Recruitment Program, Student Life, Uncategorized, African Student Union, Association of Hispanic Students, Black Cultural Center, Black Student Alliance, Caribbean Student Association, Culture, Diwali, Harambee, kentucky, Lambda Association, LGBTQI, Masala-SACE, Religious organizationa, Student Organizations, Take Back the Night, Women's Center
Professor Pavlović’s accomplishments provide yet another glimpse into why Vanderbilt consistently ranks highly across the globe and has served as a magnet for international students since the university opened its doors in 1875.
International students comprised approximately 6% of the Class of 2014. Undergraduate students hail from 33 different countries and Vanderbilt students in total originate from 100+ countries. Studying at Vanderbilt will not only provide a top academic experience, but also a diverse experience.
Posted by Kylie on February 7, 2011 in Diversity at Vanderbilt, International Students, admissions, admissions blog, Application Process, Balance, College Admissions, Diversity at Vanderbilt, Early Decision, Early Decision at Vanderbilt, International, International Student and Scholar Services, Nashville, undergraduate admissions, vanderbilt, Vanderbilt Admissions, Vanderbilt Admissions Blog, Vanderbilt Admissions Blogs, Vanderbilt Admissions Committee, Vanderbilt Admissions Website, Vanderbilt Blogs, Vanderbilt Early Decision, Vanderbilt University, Vanderbilt University Admissions