BOZEMAN — Montana State University’s Graduate School will hold its annual Graduate Fair online via Webex from 9 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 26, through 6 p.m. Friday, Oct. 28.

The fair will feature separate Webex meeting rooms for most of the university’s graduate programs. Sessions are 50 minutes long and will feature live presentations about the programs and their research opportunities, followed by time for prospective students to ask questions.

In addition to providing insight into individual graduate programs offered at MSU, the Graduate School, accompanied by the Office of International Programs, will host a general session.  This session will cover tips for writing a statement of purpose and securing reference letters from mentors and colleagues, and administrators will answer questions about residency, financial aid and MSU’s international student policy.

“A graduate degree provides the advanced skills and knowledge to make a difference in your community,” said Craig Ogilvie, dean of the Graduate School. “Graduate alumni are starting high-tech companies, embarking on leadership roles in both private and public organizations – helping to solve some of our world’s largest challenges, and graduate credentials are in reach both in time and cost.”

Registration is required for each session. To see a detailed schedule and to register, CLICK HERE.

Questions about the fair can be directed HERE via email. 

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