EducationUSA Advisor: What’s It Like Studying at U.S. Women’s College?

EducationUSA Advisor: What’s It Like Studying at U.S. Women’s College?

August 20, 2019 0 By Stanley Isaacs


my first job out of college was actually working for the bryn mawr admissions office I wanted to show people that I loved my school so much and it gave so much to me that they had the opportunity to have that experience as well I then continued on to become an education USA advisor initially I didn’t expect to go to a women’s college I first applied because my mom was an alum of bryn mawr college and as i continue looking at it it just seems to be the ideal fit from small class sizes to a really close-knit community to a beautiful campus everything really seemed to stand up it’s like being in an environment where everyone tells you that you can do whatever you want and what I mean by that is that there are no limits to what you’re capable of there are statistics that show that women in Cohen environments tend to speak less up in their classes the men will be the ones who are raising their hands whereas in a woman’s environment that’s not the case women are leaders on campus as well as in the classroom I think Bryn Mawr really helped me in terms of preparing for living in a different country being open exposed to global ideas having a really strong international community and feeling like my gender didn’t limit me at all 50 years ago there were two hundred and thirty women’s colleges and today there are only 46 and while I know that they’re not the most popular option and that they’re not for everybody my experience that a women’s college was exceptional and i can highly recommend it to anyone who is open and willing to go another could talk a little clay yah yah yah me k 4 mar 4 mar 4 mar education USA thailand you