Thursday, October 9, 2014

[FREE WEBINAR] Applying to International Affairs Programs

About the webinar

With programs in business, policy, economics, cultural and regional studies, and many other disciplines, the professional study of international affairs can start your career in the private, public, non-governmental, and multilateral sectors. This webinar will introduce international students to the graduate admissions process and opportunities available to them at U.S. colleges and universities focusing on international affairs.

On Wednesday, October 16, join admissions experts Nicole Campbell and Laurie Hurley for on tips to building a strong application to international affairs schools. Career expert Rae Ann Bories-Easley will also be joining to discuss various career opportunities in international affairs. From application process to job prospects, students will have a chance to ask questions directly to the speakers. Don’t miss this exclusive opportunity and register today!

This webinar is intended for prospective masters and doctoral international students.


Admissions Expert:Admissions Expert:
Career Expert:
Nicole Campbell
Director of Graduate Admissions, Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University
Laurie Hurley
Director of Admissions and Financial Aid, The Fletcher School, Tufts University
Rae Ann Bories-Easley
Director of Office of Career and Professional Development, University of Denver Josef Korbel School
Carmen Iezzi Mezzera
Executive Director, Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs

Discussion topics

  • Advantages to pursuing an international affairs degree in the U.S. 
  • Application requirements and admissions process
  • Tips for building a strong and unique application
  • Financial aid
  • Job prospects and career pathways


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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