Princeton: Woodrow Wilson School of Public & International Affairs Master’s in Public Policy Program

Hello and welcome back to the blog! Last week we told you all about the Harvard Kennedy School’s Mid-Career Master in Public Administration program. If you’re not caught up, be sure to check in out on the blog. This week we’re keeping the focus on you mid-career professionals who are interested in an advanced degree… Continue reading

Harvard Kennedy School: Mid-Career Master in Public Administration

Hello, and thanks for joining us! Over the last few weeks we’ve been talking to those of you who are still in college and thinking about graduate school. With programs such as HBS 2+2, Yale Silver Scholars, UVA Darden Future Year and Stanford Deferred Admission, there are multiple opportunities to gain admittance into a top-tier… Continue reading

Opportunity Spotlight: NYU Stern Berkley Scholars

Hello! Welcome back to the blog. Over the last several weeks we’ve focused on MBA deferred admissions programs such as HBS 2+2, UVA Darden Future Year Scholars, Stanford GSB Deferred Admission, and Yale SOM Silver Scholars. These  programs have been specifically designed for students who are finishing up their undergraduate degrees, but who would like… Continue reading

University of Virginia Darden School of Business: Future Year Scholars Program

Hello! Welcome back to our blog. Over the last few weeks we’ve been focusing on those of you who are still in undergrad and who want to get your MBA. Both Yale Silver Scholars and the HBS 2+2 programs offer students the opportunity to secure their place in business school, while also offering them time… Continue reading

Six Secrets to Multiple Ivy League Acceptances: Secret #6

Here at The Art of Applying, we believe that every person applying to graduate school should have a mentor, and here’s why. A mentor will provide two things: new ideas and accountability. Even throughout this blog series you’ve learned secrets that you wouldn’t know without some form of mentorship from us. We follow the results of the people who commit to working with us, as well as the people who reach out to us but ultimately employ a DIY strategy or purchase a lower priced package from one of our competitors. When we checked back in with the people who used a cross- your-fingers DIY strategy or a la carte services from another company, we consistently found people had been admitted to less prestigious schools than our clients with similar profiles, they received less funding, or they weren’t admitted at all.