Whether at your home country or abroad, some students find that their school or major is not the best fit after they go to college, but it is almost impossible for Chinese students to transfer to another domestic university if they are studying in China. The Chinese higher education system is not allowed. However, the American university transfer is much easier. No matter what the reason you need to transfer to another school, you will be admitted as long as you meet the admission requirement for the transfer school. Applying for transfer to a US university is a shortcut for many Chinese students to enter a prestigious US school. In this article, we will introduce three popular transfer schools.
Standford (Also known as 斯坦福大学)
Academically, Stanford University and the University of California at Berkeley (加州大学伯克利分校
) in North Bay, San Francisco, form the academic center of the western United States. According to the statistics of relevant institutions, as of 2016, there are 60 Nobel Prize winners (including 13 alumni), ranking eighth in the world. In addition, as of April 2016, a total of 20 Stanford alumni or professors won the Turing Award (the highest award in the computer industry), second only to Berkeley (22) ranked second in the world; and another 7 Stanford professors received Philippine The Erz Prize (the highest award in mathematics) is ranked ninth in the world. In 2016-17, Stanford University ranked second in the world in the ARWU World University Academic Rankings and QS World University Rankings, ranked third in the world in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings, and ranked fifth among the latest US university rankings in usnews2018.
Northwestern University 西北大学
Founded in 1851 by John Evans, Northwestern University is located in Evanston, Ill., near the famous international metropolis of Chicago. Its business schools, law schools, and medical schools are located on the shores of Lake Michigan in the bustling streets of Streeterville, Chicago. . Northwestern University is a world leader in business, law, media, chemistry, medicine, engineering, etc. There are 11 Nobel Prize winners and 38 Pulitzer Prize winners who have worked or studied here. By 2015, Northwestern University received approximately $10.19 billion in donations and is one of the 10 richest universities in the United States.