Whether at a graduate school fair or during an on-campus visit, it’s important to take advantage of the opportunity to talk with an admissions officer. Moreover, there are certain questions that all prospective applicants should be asking: Do you evaluate how a student’s skills and interests will align with potential research efforts of faculty? Within … Continue reading Questions you should be asking about graduate school
Grad School Planning
Coming overseas to start graduate school in the US can feel overwhelming and scary. Take the time to visit the following centers and offices on your new campus within the first few weeks after you arrive. They can offer invaluable resources to help with a smooth transition. International Student Center You will likely be required … Continue reading Top Spots on Campus for International Students
You know that graduate school is in your future, and you are ready to apply. But with so many options to choose from, how will you decide on a list of just eight to ten programs? This daunting task can be managed with a systematic culling process. Before you begin, you should have a pretty … Continue reading Which graduate programs should I apply to?
Starting grad school this fall in the US? Here’s what you should be working on now. The summer before you begin graduate school in the US, be sure you have all necessary documentation to enter the country and enroll in your program. Below are some important items you need before your departure to the US. … Continue reading International Students Starting Grad School in the US
As a graduate student, applying for funding for research can be a long, difficult and uncertain process. Many fellowships are out there – but you’ll need to do your research to find the right ones! Even as an applicant to graduate programs – especially those in the sciences and in engineering – you should apply … Continue reading How to get graduate school funding