Articles by Jia Guo
Applicants should ask visiting recruiters about common challenges faced by international students.
International students should edit and rewrite – especially if their first language isn’t English.
Prospective international students can connect with alumni on social media to learn about colleges.
Practice some standard opening phrases to make jumping into a U.S. classroom discussion easier.
Making time to revise and edit will help international students get graduate school applications in.
International graduate applicants should format resumes properly and include U.S. work experience.
International students should follow their passions, not the crowd in selecting a U.S. college major.
Set priorities and cut down on distractions to manage your time at a U.S. graduate school.