Through several information sessions that I ran in the past few weeks, my travels in September/October, and the emails I’ve received, I’m very aware of the broad span of preparedness where we find our applicants in the fall. Some folks have already submitted their applications and may have been thinking about graduate school for a year or more, having gathered ample data on their different options. Others have started their search more recently, but they will still have time to prepare themselves to put together a strong application in January.
Are you in the latter group? Let me provide you with some points that you can add to your personal graduate school roadmap. Though most of our travel is behind us, we’re still offering on-campus and virtual information sessions that will help you fast-track your research. Check our calendar for everything on offer for the next month or so. And note that we’ll be participating in an APSIA Online Admissions Fair next week on November 16, through which you can gather information on Fletcher and our APSIA friends, too.
I don’t need to tell you that Fletcher has plenty of information on our website, as do our peers. Try to understand the different programs and find the best match for your objectives. Also on Fletcher’s website, information on the application process. Start creating a timeline so that you’ll be able to complete your applications with minimal stress. Contact us with your questions that aren’t answered on the website.
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