Admission Consultants

How to Perform an Effective Scholarship Search

By - Apr 18, 09:00 AM   Comments [0]

Most students who are looking for scholarships start with a simple question: “Where can I find a list of scholarships that are perfect for me?” During my time at the UCLA Scholarship Resource Center, I used to swivel around in my chair and say, “This...

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What Is a Scholarship? And Why Didn’t I Get One?

By - Apr 12, 09:30 AM   Comments [0]

This time of year is the most popular time for students to start asking questions about scholarships. Admission notifications have gone out for most graduate programs, and offers related to financial aid packages, admissions-based scholarships, and teaching positions quickly follow. For many recent admits, the...

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Real-Life Tips from a New PA

By - Apr 11, 09:30 AM   Comments [0]

Learn how real students navigate their way through the graduate school admissions process and grad school itself with our What is Graduate School Really Like? series. Meet Sarah, a new PA Sarah, thank you for sharing your story with us! Congratulations on recently becoming a PA! Where did...

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Making Sense of Those Financial Aid Awards Letters

By - Apr 10, 09:00 AM   Comments [0]

Congrats! You have received multiple offers of admission to health professional schools. Any one of them would satisfy your educational goals. The question remains, though, of which of these programs will provide you with the best financial aid package. Do you need financial aid? Probably The most...

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Pros/Cons of Getting an International MBA (Non-U.S. citizens coming to U.S.) 

By - Apr 10, 04:14 AM   Comments [0]

With international students comprising upwards of 30% of many of the top MBA program’s student bodies, it has been apparent for some time that international applicants see great benefits in pursuing their MBAs in the States. A prestigious U.S. institution like HBS has worldwide appeal,...

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NYU Stern’s New Online Masters in Quantitative Management

By - Apr 8, 09:30 AM   Comments [0]

Merging two hot new programs — analytics and management — as well as online delivery so that you don’t need to leave the workforce, NYU Stern has created a new exciting entry in the master’s in management and data analytics space. Let’s learn about...

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NYU Stern’s New Online Masters in Quantitative Management [Episode 306]

By - Apr 8, 09:30 AM   Comments [0]

Merging two hot new programs — analytics and management — as well as online delivery so that you don’t need to leave the workforce, NYU Stern has created a new exciting entry in the master’s in management and data analytics space. Let’s learn about...

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Pros/Cons of getting an international MBA (U.S. to Europe)

By - Apr 1, 03:59 AM   Comments [0]

As international experience becomes increasingly valuable in our ever-globalizing business landscape, the appeal of an MBA abroad is driving a higher number of U.S.-based applicants to seek out international MBA programs. And an international MBA is not without its positives. Several European MBAs compress the...

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U.S. News Releases 2020 List of Best Engineering Graduate Schools

By - Mar 28, 09:30 AM   Comments [0]

Obtaining an advanced degree in engineering enables students to build on skills they acquired in their undergrad programs. There are many programs specializing in everything from aerospace engineering to petroleum engineering. Last week, U.S. News released their 2020 graduate engineering program rankings. U.S. News Top 10 Engineering Graduate...

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How Does the College Admissions Cheating Scandal Affect Real, Honest Admissions Consulting?

By - Mar 25, 08:23 AM   Comments [0]

freepik.com A funny thing happened a few days ago. I was talking to friends from D.C. who, two weeks prior, had never heard of “admissions consulting.” Upon hearing that phrase as I described Admissionado and what we do, their faces twisted. You could practically hear the...

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