With a Bachelor’s degree getting closer, the idea of doing your postgraduate studies abroad might have popped into your head.
But how do you get accepted at a top university abroad? What tests should you do? What are the differences between the different tests? Should you combine your masters with a PhD, as is common in the US? Fear not, this NSAC workshop will try to answer all your questions and give an overview of the application process, from all the formalities to preparation for the tests required.
18:00: Overview of Application Process:
- Personal experiences from speakers
- Application process overview with focus on UK/US
- Formalities and practicalities
- Tips and tricks
- Briefly about financing your graduate studies abroad
19:00: Break and a bite to eat by our host PwC
19:30: GMAT/GRE Workshop:
- How and when to prepare
- Sample questions
- Common pit-falls to avoid and useful tips
20:30: Q&A and closing remarks
21:00: Event ends
So join us for a night with tips and tricks from some of the most knowledgeable Nordic students who have been through the process, and have done so successfully, and tap into their experiences about everything from formalities to tests. You can read more about the event here: nordic-sac.org/workshop-graduate
We have teamed up with Danish Students Abroad for this workshop to provide you with the right expertise regarding tests. DSA has much expertise when it comes down to the basics of Danish political and regulatory procedures, and they also work tirelessly to represent members in the Danish political system. And they are working on a new knowledge base, which we are certain will be very useful for any Dane going abroad.
Our hosts for the evening, PwC, are generously providing a light dinner with drinks for all workshop participants.
Seats are limited so we encourage you to sign up today through the following link (sign-ups close Sunday April 8th at 23:55): nordic-sac.org/workshop-registration