University Placement Statistics of Greenwood High students in 2017

Greenwood High is pleased to announce the outstanding university placements which have been obtained so far by our graduating class of 2017. Students have had on average an acceptance rate of 75% with 25% achieving a 100% success rate. 60% of students got into a place at a university of their first choice and 77% of students have been offered a university of their second or third choice. 33% of the class received scholarships to a total of 4,437,130 USD over four years.

We received 323 acceptances at 142 universities in nine countries from USA, UK, Canada, Hong Kong, Singapore, Hungary, the Thailand Czech Republic to India.

58 acceptances happened to universities in US News Top 30 Best Global Universities, 45 acceptances occurred the top 50 universities in the Times World University Rankings, 28 acceptances have happened to the top 30 universities in listed in QS World’s top 30 universities.

Some of the top universities the students have gained admission are as follows : Princeton University, Yale-NUS, Cal Tech, Georgia Tech, Carnegie Melon, University of California Berkeley, University of California Los Angeles, University of California San Diego, Vanderbilt University, Vassar College, NYU, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, UT Austin, London School of Economics, Imperial College London, University College London, Kings College London.

The universities names and the statistics above tells all about the high success rate of the Greenwood High students in getting the university placements. Greenwood High, the best school in Bangalore, wishes all its students a highly successful career.


Author: sundarraj15

Sundar Rajkumar is an active blogger and blogs about Education, real estate etc.

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