A lot of people have been telling me they are interested in going back to graduate school, but they know it’s going to be expensive.
Just 2 years of graduate school can cost just as much as 4 years of undergraduate school. And if you’re thinking of attending an Ivy League graduate school like Harvard, 2 years can easily run you into the 6-figures.
Some people go back to graduate school because they can’t find a job in their chosen major. Other people need to go to graduate school so they can move up in their careers. While others may want to change their career fields all together and think graduate school will be exactly what they need in order to do so.
Whether you are trying to become more employable or are switching careers, you still have to apply, get accepted, and find a way to pay for your graduate school program.
So today, I am interviewing Kaneisha Grayson, graduate school admissions specialist at the Art of Applying, to give us her tips for getting accepted into graduate school. She is even giving us her best secrets to getting some fellowships and scholarships to help with the costs of graduate school as well.
Kaneisha Grayson graduated from Harvard with a Master’s in Business Administration and Master’s of Public Administration. She knows exactly what you need to do to get into competitive graduate programs.
So if you’re thinking of going to graduate school (or know someone who is thinking of going to graduate school— maybe your son or daughter), you will want to watch this.
As always, if you need help with finding and winning scholarships, go to www.DebtFreeCollegeGrad.com/apply and share some information with me so that I can make sure that I can help your unique scholarship situation.
Happy Scholarship Winning!