Applying to Graduate School
Depending on the university and graduate program, there are different documents that you’ll need to provide with your application to be considered as a potential graduate student. Furthermore, there’s preparation and research involved in order to make your application as memorable as possible. For example, you’ll need to research professors research interests to identify the professor that would most likely be your supervisor for your master’s thesis. In addition, most graduate programs that receive a higher number of applications than their acceptance capacity, will require that you pass one of the different admission exams such as the LSAT, MCAT, and GMAT prior to the application deadline.
In order to support you in this process, the Career Development and Academic Support office has created this page to provide you with useful information to help you with your application process.