How to choose the right grad school?
What should I look for when applying to a university?
- Information on the program, the faculty members, the graduate students, course offerings, degree requirements, and job placement can sway your decision in attending a school. Make sure you do as much research as possible on the school (you should have done this before you applied also).
Is it hard to apply to graduate school?
- Tara Kuther, Ph.D., is a professor at Western Connecticut State University. She specializes in professional development for undergraduate and graduate students. It undoubtedly requires a great deal of energy and stamina to apply to graduate school, but your task isn't complete once you send out those applications.
What factors affect the cost of living when choosing a college?
- The location of the school can influence the costs of living. For example, it is more expensive to live and attend school in New York City than in a rural college located in Virginia. Additionally, a school that may have a better program or reputation but a poor financial aid package should not be rejected.
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