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Advice for Graduate Students

We also assist students who are planning on attending graduate school in the U.S.  Graduate applicants face many of the same challenges as international undergraduate students, including choosing the appropriate programs, researching options, completing applications, and writing essays and personal statements.  Whether you wish to pursue a PhD, an MD, law, or MBA degree, we can provide you with personalized guidance in preparing your applications.


Like the undergraduate admission process, the graduate application process requires international students to submit tests of English proficiency, a personal statement, letters of recommendation, and academic transcripts.  Most graduate programs in the U.S. require that you have received a Bachelors degree from a regionally accredited U.S. institution or a comparable degree from an international institution.  Graduate studies also require different standardized tests.  The GRE, or General Record Exam, is the most common exam required, however the LSAT is required for law school and the GMAT may be required for a business program.  As the requirements for programs vary, it is best to verify the requirements with the admission office at the schools that interest you.


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