Online WebEx: How to Submit a Successful Application to WSOM's Specialty Programs

Tips on how to stand out to the admission committee

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Interested in Grad School, but don't know where to start?  Worried about the stress of filling out your application?  Wouldn't it be nice to know exactly what it takes to get admitted?

Now you can!

I understand all too well about how stressful applying to graduate school can be.  There are so many questions to think about like, "What is the minimum score I need to be qualified?", "Do I need to submit all of my transcripts?", "How do I apply for scholarships?", and so many more.

Join me Friday, October 28th at 10:00 am EST for an online WebEx session on How to Submit a Successful Application to WSOM's Specialty Programs.  During this webinar, I will share tips on how to be successful on all parts of the application.

In this webinar, you will learn:

 

  • How to make your application stand out
  • Tips to writing great essays
  • Who should you choose to be your recommender
  • The truth about GMAT/GRE scores
  • And so much more!

 

The programs I will be focusing on are three of our specialty programs: MSM-Finance, MSM-Operations Research & Supply Chain Management, and MSM-Business Analytics, but much of the information I will be sharing can be applied to other Weatherhead programs.  (Please contact the respective Admission Managers for specific details on applying to other WSOM programs.)

 

Please register online no later than October 27th by midnight EST to reserve your space.

 

Contact Information:
Meredith E. Richardson
Admission Manager, Specialty Programs
meredith.richardson@case.edu
216.368.7586

Friday, Oct. 28, 2016 from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Speaker(s): Meredith Richardson
Sponsored by: Weatherhead School of Management

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