IvyWise Webinars

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Graduate School Admissions


Tuesday, June 4
12pm ET



More college graduates are opting to pursue post-graduate degrees than ever before, and with a plethora of master’s, MBA, and law programs available across thousands of U.S. universities it’s important for students to take time to evaluate the best options for their academic interests and career goals. Whether you are just beginning your college journey and keeping your options open, or a rising senior planning on applying to graduate programs this upcoming cycle, join IvyWise graduate admissions counselors Indhika and Nellie for an introduction to the graduate school admissions process.

In this webinar, our IvyWise experts will give an inside look at the current graduate school landscape, insight into how applications are evaluated, and tips on what it takes to stand out amongst the competitive applicant pool.

There will be a live Q&A session following their presentation, allowing attendees to have their questions about graduate school admissions answered directly by IvyWise experts.

We will provide all registrants with a link to the recording of the webinar after the event.

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Meet Our Experts

Former Associate Director of Admissions at Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service and McCourt School of Public Policy

Former Associate Director of Admissions at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania

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