Tag: graduate

12-Month Checklist for Applying to Grad School: 12-10 Months Out

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Author, Enrollment Expert

Trying to find the right graduate program? This series will walk you through the 12 months leading up to your grad school application submissions. read more

U.S. Graduate School Help for International Students

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Executive Director of Enrollment; Director of International Students and Scholars; Queens College, City University of New York

Are you an international student considering a graduate degree in the United States? You're in good company...and you're about to get an inside look at how to achieve your goal. read more

4 Differences Between Graduate and Undergrad STEM Programs

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Senior Director of Graduate Enrollment Management and Admissions, New York University Polytechnic School of Engineering

For many STEM students, the idea of pursuing graduate study is nothing new. But the transition to an advanced degree still might come as a shock. read more

5 Undergrad Study Habits That Won't Work in Grad School

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Freelance Writer

The transition from undergraduate to graduate studies requires a retooling of your study strategies...these five habits in particular. read more

Employee Tuition Assistance Programs: The Perks and the Catch

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Freelance Writer

Tuition assistance is a great perk. But it's still important to know what you're signing up for. read more

Letter of Intent Do's and Don'ts

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Freelance Writer

Your letter of intent should convince the graduate admission committee that you're a valuable addition to their program. These do's and don't will help you do just that. read more

The "What" and "Why" of a Graduate Business Education

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The true value of an M.B.A. or other graduate business degree lies in what it means to you and how it can help you achieve your goals. read more

From Texas to the World: International Experiential Education for M.B.A. Students

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Director, M.B.A.+ Leadership Program, The University of Texas at Austin McCombs School of Business

Think exciting outside-of-the-classroom experiences are just for undergraduates? Think again! Here, a University of Texas representative profiles a unique, hands-on facet of their M.B.A. program. read more

Web Entrepreneurs with College Degrees

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Editorial Assistant, Carnegie Communications

Do you have a great idea for the next big app, website, or social media network? Well, here's an idea for you: stay in school! Just take a cue from this list of founders of some of the most popular stuff on the Web. read more