Grad School 101 for Education Students
Wondering if graduate school is right for you?
Attend the Grad School 101 session for Education students on Tuesday, October 24 at 7:00 PM to find out!
This information session will be offered virtually on Zoom and has been specifically developed for undergraduate students and alumni at the Faculty of Education who are interested in pursuing graduate studies.
It offers a comprehensive look at what questions to take into account before applying, and it is designed to provide information and strategies about the application process in order to maximize your chances of success!
This is a great opportunity to gain some insights on the following topics:
- Why should I go to grad school?
- What is it like to be a graduate student? (workload, tips for success, advice)
- How do applications work? How do I ask someone for a letter of reference?
- What should I write in my letter of intent?
- What should I include in my academic CV?
- Should I apply for Thesis or non-Thesis? What is the difference?
For any questions or for more information, please email: career.education [at] mcgill.ca (subject: Grad%20School%20101%20for%20Ed%20Students)