Please use these bits of advice, as well as the checklist, to ensure your personal statement measures up!
Nos élèves ont participé aux deux journées portes ouvertes. Un marathon…
Les séances d’information et la visite du campus le jeudi, le vendredi pour mettre la main à la pâte et prolonger la théorie par la pratique.
Les journées portes ouvertes de 2011 en images:
Et, pour aller plus loin, les différents filières de l’EPFL en texte et en images:
A reminder from UCAS –
Once we have received all decisions by universities and colleges, we will email the applicant to ask them to look at Track.
There is no single date for all applicants. The deadline for replying is displayed in Track – this will depend on the applicant’s circumstances, such as when the last decision was made.
They reply to each offer with one of the following responses:
Firm acceptance – The firm acceptance is the applicant’s first choice. Applicants can have only one firm acceptance.
Insurance acceptance – An applicant can accept an offer as an insurance choice if their firm choice is a conditional offer. An insurance choice can act as a useful back-up to their firm choice. They should be aware that an insurance acceptance becomes a firm acceptance if their original firm choice is not confirmed.
UCAS Extra:24 February
UCAS Extra is available from 24 February 2012, and is for applicants who have used all five choices on their application but are holding no offers – they may have been unsuccessful or they may have declined their offers. Extra gives those applicants the chance to maintain their motivation by adding additional choices, one at a time, before Clearing. Extra is applicant driven and all choices are made through the online Track service. Last year over 9,500 applicants obtained a place in higher education through Extra.
Courses that have places available may be selected from 24 February 2012 in Course Finder<http://links.email.ucasmedia.com/ctt?kn=21&ms=NDM4OTY3MAS2&r=MjE3OTg5ODU2NDAS1&b=0&j=MjYyNzY1NzAwS0&mt=1&rt=0> (as a search option) or in Course Search<http://links.email.ucasmedia.com/ctt?kn=10&ms=NDM4OTY3MAS2&r=MjE3OTg5ODU2NDAS1&b=0&j=MjYyNzY1NzAwS0&mt=1&rt=0> (where courses with Extra places available are marked with an ‘x’). Not all courses are available in Extra and applicants should research availability not only through the UCAS website but also directly with universities and colleges.
Deux anciens sont venus nous rendre visite dernièrement. Pour retrouver Santiago Avila et Joseph Safdié, c’est ici: