Boston College, Emory University, Tufts University, and the University of Miami
Ever wondered what really happens inside the highly selective college admissions process? We invite all high school students and parents to attend this “Who Gets In and Why? Mock Admissions Night” program.
Participants will have the opportunity to view representative applications and experience what it is like to make the decision whether a student should be admitted, wait listed or denied to a highly selective US university. Admissions officers from the universities mentioned will lead the session and provide a chance to experience the type of examination and decision making that is involved in each application review. This experience provides families with a unique opportunity to witness the complexities inherent in the admissions process. Families can see the value of well-written essays, detailed letters of recommendations, meaningful activities as well as the weight carried by curriculum, grades and test scores. The program is very interactive and is a Must see for anyone curious about the holistic application review which is the hallmark of most U.S. colleges and universities.
Note: Although this event is being held at Nido, it is open to the public (prospective students and their families).
Join this online presentation on “What to consider when choosing to apply to MBA programs”. Offered by Kim Killingsworth, Director of International Recruiting and Relations at the Owen School of Management at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee.
Prepare for the TOEFL® test and learn how to improve your score and English language skills from the experts who create the exam!
The official interactive prep course, TOEFL® Test Preparation: The Insider’s Guide, with videos, short quizzes and tips from expert instructors. A 6-week course offered on a rolling basis. Participants learn strategies for achieving their best TOEFL score. Instructors will guide them through each section (Reading, Listening, Speaking and Writing) and, using archived past test questions, will explain the kinds of questions they can expect. This course is highly interactive, using videos, sample questions with explanations, short quizzes and collaborative discussion boards. Participants also have access to real test materials from past tests. During the weeks covering Speaking and Writing, all course participants can receive scores for their practice-test responses.
Learn more about how to apply and what is like to study at the MIT School of Management!
During this one-hour session, MIT Sloan alumni will share their personal stories and perspectives on how their experience at MIT Sloan transformed their career. Through the agenda below, you’ll discover:
A moderated panel discussion with local alumni showcasing the unique facets of the MIT Sloan experience
A brief MIT TIMTalk* featuring a local alumnus detailing how MIT Sloan changed the trajectory of their career.
Insights into the MBA application process and tips for applying.
A networking reception
*TIMTalks are our version of TEDTalks. Tim the Beaver is the MIT mascot.