Applying for a masters or doctoral degree in the U.S. is a standard procedure: submit your standardized test scores (e.g. TOEFL, IELTS, GRE, GMAT), submit your application, statement of objectives and references. Did you know that most graduate programs in the U.S. also offer scholarships and assistantships? These may be a path to financing your graduate education.
This panel will talk about the steps that the students need to take to earn a scholarship/assistantship from a graduate program. It will include some common mistakes that applicants do and tips for a successful application.