A “successful” rival school’s Alumni president (guess the school ;)) writes on his blog that his students took part in a big event in Copenhagen and there were representatives from Cambridge, Georgetown, King’s College, Copenhagen Business School, Brown, St Andrews and London School of Economics.
He goes on: “This may say something about other schools’ interest of supporting their best students.”
Ok, why should we pick a few students (and only the best) go across the bridge (for a day) when all of the above universities and 40 more visit our school and tries to recruit all the students from Borgar?
We also have four professional advisors who are highly-specialized towards Britain and the United States. We have EducationUSA It is a global network of more than 400 advising centers supported by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the U.S. Department of State.!!!
I’m just saying: -A duck (penguin) is not a swan even if he stretches his neck!