What makes an Ivy League University candidate stand out? Is it good grades and the ability to complete demanding weekly tasks? Or is it a stellar portfolio as a student council leader? But what if the trend is shifting? Top colleges in the United States, especially Ivy League Universities, are looking for a different sort of student persona.
"Ivy League Universities want vibrancy. So they're looking for people who are not just good in studies, but are also good at adding value to their students' experiences in colleges," said Anglo-Chinese School Jakarta Principal, Dr. Lee Khen Seng.