Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Transferring To Bramson ORT College

Bramson ORT College
69-30 Austin Street, Forest Hills, Queens NY
(718) 261-5800 / (718) 259-5300

Students enrolled in a four year college program often feel overwhelmed by the course load and the commitment that is required in order to fulfill their degree requirements. Additionally, students enrolled in a overly populated college tend to miss out on the personal experience that smaller schools bring. Since the transition from high school to college is not always simple, and since students are often not ready to commit to an extended program at such a young age, here at Bramson ORT College, we have made it our priority to create an environment where students can obtain a professional degree in an intimate setting in a shorter amount of time.

As you are reading this, are you nodding your head in agreement with the fact that your current college isn't exactly what you're looking for? Do you feel like you don't get the attention you deserve from your professors? Then it's time for you to start considering other schools!

How To Transfer:

Becoming a transfer student at Bramson ORT College is simple. First, submit your admissions application to our Admissions Office. Then, within 30 days, have a copy of your official transcript sent to our team for review. Once we have received all of your information, we'll be able to determine if previously earned credits are applicable to our course requirements for your desired program. That's it! After you've submitted the correct documentation, we take care of the rest.

Will you be using your holiday break to apply to new schools for the 2015 academic year? Make Bramson ORT College the first school on your list! Our programs range from 15-63 credits and classes are appropriately sized so that you can develop better relationships with fellow classmates and professors. For more information on how to transfer to Bramson ORT, click here or contact us at (718) 261-5800 or (718) 259-5300 today!

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