Thursday, July 11, 2013

U.S. Graduate Admissions: Getting Your Research Done Right

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Are you an international student hoping to further your studies in the United States?

If that sounds like you, then plan on attending our FREE webinar, “U.S. Graduate Admissions: Getting Your Research Done Right,” on Thursday, July 11th. During the webinar both an admissions expert and a student ambassador will help you answer important questions about what schools in the U.S. are really looking for in the graduate students they admit, as well as ways you can use an application to highlight your important skills.

Webinar topics of discussion will include:
  • Should you pursue a master’s degree or doctoral program?
  • What qualities are admission experts looking for in graduate students?
  • What makes a great personal statement?
  • How are admissions criteria weighted?
  • How can students apply and increase their chances of receiving assistance?

All questions asked during this Q&A-style webinar will be posed from the perspective of an international student considering studying in the U.S. Our admissions expert,
Kimberly Johnson, Director of International Graduate Admissions at Oregon State University will share her knowledge and insider tips on U.S. graduate admissions and requirements. Alejandro Guayaquil-Sosa, a current international student at Purdue University, will also share his experience applying to a U.S. university.

Admissions Expert:Student Ambassador:Moderator:
Kimberly Johnson
Director, International Graduate Admissions, Oregon State University
Alejandro Guayaquil-Sosa
Master’s CandidatePurdue University
Silje Immerstein
Research Associate,
World Education Services


WES Student Advisor provides international students with free tips and advice from university admissions experts to expand your educational opportunities in the United States. On this website, you will find tools and resources to help you prepare for the university admissions process. Learn more about WES Student Advisor.

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