Have you ever thought about continuing or going back to grad school?
If so, this fair will give us access to numerous internationally recognized Masters and PhD programs. I’ve made special arrangements with the host of this event, QS World Grad School Tour, to give our members only FREE admission (normally $15 at the door) by following the directions near the bottom of this event posting.
This is the world’s best international Masters and PhD fair, and is our chance to meet with some of the world’s top grad schools from around the world. At this fair, we’ll be able to:
- Apply for over $7M in exclusive scholarships
- Discuss our application with admissions officers from the world’s top schools
- Network with alumni and other like-minded individuals
- Gain valuable insight into funding our education
- Learn about the variety of degree specializations
- Weigh out the benefits of domestic or international study
- Discover our perfect specialized Masters or PhD program
- Get a complimentary copy of the QS Top Grad School Guide (first 100 attendees)
- Get GRE advice from industry experts
Grad schools that have participated in the past:
- Georgetown University
- University of Maryland
- George Washington University
- New York University
- American University
- John Hopkins University
- Carnegie Mellon University
- University of Miami
- University of California
- Los Angeles
- University of San Francisco
To receive FREE admission (for our group only) you must do the following:
- Register at this site http://bit.ly/2AolehX and answer the registration questions (it looks more intimidating than it is… also disregard the entrance fee listed – we get in free!)
- RSVP here
- Show this page with your RSVP
I’ll be at the entrance of the event with the red flag (1 foot x 1 foot in size) with the word “ACK” on it. See you there!
P.S. Members who have attended this event in the past have suggested using a “junk” email address when registering as some of the schools do not seem to adhere to unsubscribe requests.
METRO & PARKING
The closest Metro is Federal Triangle (Blue, Orange, Silver lines), a 6 minute walk, and Metro Station (Blue, Orange, Red, Silver lines), a 8 minute walk. I suggest Metro / cabbing / Uber’ing if you can. I also recommend using wmata.com for travel planning. Don’t forget to account for Metro, traffic, and parking delays. If you are driving, you will need to find street parking or a garage. I recommend using parkopedia.com for garage parking planning.