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Applying to LIM College

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Between deciding what you want to study and which college to go to, it’s also important to consider what else is necessary to start your college life. People say that one of the most stressful times before college can be the application process because there is just so much to do with no assistance whatsoever. I couldn’t disagree more; applying to LIM College for me was pretty simple. LIM has everything very clear and laid out on their website, which is pretty straightforward, even if English isn’t your first language.

Their application check list helps to make sure that you have all the required documents, that you’ve taken all the necessary tests and also gathered any other important information—essay and extracurricular activities list included.  The college also has a great admissions team who are always there to help students. Just shoot them an email and soon there will be an answer waiting for you in your mailbox.


It’s not any different for international students that require visas and others specific items to be able to come study in the United States. The college is prepared to deal with all different circumstances and has a team that gives you support, from visa applications to housing. We are never alone in this college journey.

Even though this all might sound like a piece of cake, make sure you read everything about the colleges you are applying to beforehand to be confident that one of these schools is going to be the right place for you. If you are thinking about applying to LIM College, their social media pages and many blogs give insight on events, classes, and internships plus a lot of tips for current and incoming students. Checking out the College’s social media and blogs can not only help you with your decision, but also let you know about future application deadlines.  If you are in the area though, come visit the College! You won’t regret it.


Good luck, and I am sure you will love LIM!

Topics: international students, Brazil, Admissions Advice