BRS Updates its Current Admissions Offers as of March 1

BRS graduates of the Class of 2021 have received acceptance offers from top-notch, high-caliber universities and colleges in countries and regions all around the world, during both the Early Decision and Regular Admissions cycles.



BRS is proud to share offers reflected in the current admissions statistics available as of March 1: Ivy League Cornell University in the United States; two offers from the University of Chicago, ranked 6th in the 2021 U.S. News Ranking, from which BRS students have qualified for acceptance three consecutive years in a row; Top 30 ranked U.S. universities, including but not limited to, Emory University, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, and New York University; and offers from other prestigious universities including Babson College, and New York University Abu Dhabi, known as the world’s most difficult school to apply to; and “G5 Super Elite University” institutions in the U.K.; in particular we would like to note that one BRS student received two offers from the Imperial College London, and 19 offers from the University College London.

Running parallel to highly sought-after U.S. and U.K. offers are offers from highly sought-after Canadian and Australian universities, including 26 offers from the University of Toronto, ranked 1st by Maclean’s University Ranking in Canada’s Medical Doctoral Schools; and multiple offers from Australian G8 universities, including the Australian National University, the University of Melbourne, and the University of Sydney.

BRS art students have also received acceptance offers from many top-ranked global universities known for excellence in art education, such as Berklee College of Music, California College of the Arts, and Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Some other graduates also set their sights on famous universities in many different countries and regions, including the University of Auckland,the University of Hong Kong, and the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.

Remember that the above information shows only some of the current admissions statistics as of March 1. We look forward to expanding this list in the upcoming months as more students are rewarded for their academic and personal achievements! So please stay tuned for future updates!