We’ve invited former graduate admissions officers from Harvard, MIT, Princeton, and Cornell to share their knowledge and insights on what it takes to get into a top tier graduate program.
Our panel of admissions officers will review 5 real applicants from the past two years of applications, and analyze in depth why an applicant with a perfect profile may not be admitted, while an applicant with an average profile may be admitted; they will also discuss what kind of international applicants admissions officers like to see, and will teach you how to craft your own profile.
Stephen is the co-founder and COO of AcceptU. He received a BA from Cornell University, an MA from Columbia University Teachers College, and a Ph.D. from Rice University. Prior to founding AcceptU, Stephen was an Assistant Dean of admissions at Cornell for four years and an Associate Dean of graduate admissions at Princeton University for six years. Stephen is an IECA Associate Member.
Kristen received a BA from Boston College and an MS from Northeastern University. She worked at Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sloan School of Management. At MIT, Kristen evaluated applications to several programs, including MBA, M.Fin., M.B.An., MS Management Studies and MBA Early Admission.
Kim has a BA from Boston College and an Ed.M. from Harvard Graduate School of Education. Kim worked in graduate admissions at Harvard and has been an educational consultant for more than 20 years. In addition, she has held administrative roles at three additional universities.