Yale-Paradise for the Poor But Talented Students
Are you one of those promising students who dream to be admitted to a prestigious university abroad yet feel embarrassed when it comes to the problem of money?
Never mind. Money is not a problem.
At least being poor is not a hindrance for your enrolment to Yale.
So please apply for Yale-a paradise for the poor but talented students and you are sure to realize you dream here if you are competent enough.
Yale has the financial aid philosophy that when admitting students, the admission is only on the basis of academic and personal promise and without regard to their ability to pay.
Once a student is admitted, Yale meets 100% of that student's demonstrated financial need.
All aid is need-based; there are no athletic or merit-based awards.
This policy helps to ensure that Yale will always be accessible to talented students from the widest possible range of backgrounds.
Furthermore, Yale's admissions process is need-blind, which means that no applicant will ever be denied admission to Yale because of his or her family's financial situation. 下载全新《每日英语听力》客户端，查看完整内容