Applying to Graduate & Professional School

A daunting process… but it doesn’t need to be

Applying to graduate school may seem like a daunting process, but it doesn’t need to be. Office of Career Strategy advisors can support and assist you with clarifying your goals and reasons for pursuing an advanced degree, researching programs, and navigating the application process.

Use the drop-down box to learn more about the process of applying to graduate school, business school, law school and advanced degrees in the health professions (including medical school, dental school, nursing school, veterinary school and other health professions programs).

COVID-19: The Effects on Medical Education


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In 2010, experts in public health and health care, declared that health education is about improving the health of both individuals and of communities. The commission called for curricula designed for the education of health professionals to include causes …

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AAMC: Anatomy of an Applicant


Medical schools consider more than your grades and scores. There are 15 Core Competencies that demonstrate your preparedness for medical school. To show how successful applicants have demonstrated these competencies in many different ways, we interviewed real medical students, their …

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Rockefeller University Research Assistant Program


I’m writing from campus recruiting at The Rockefeller University in NYC.  A representative from our Campus Recruiting team will be conducting (virtual) interviews for Biomedical Research Assistant positions on Friday, March 12.

We hope that you can help to spread …

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New LSAT Dates Released

New LSAT Dates Released

2021-2022 LSAT DATES

June 2021 will be the last 3 section LSAT Flex. Registration will open 9:00am ET Monday, February 22. Testing will begin Saturday, June 12.
LSAT will be in an online, live remote-proctored format through June 2022 and …

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Forté Foundation’s Rising Star Initiative (Free for Yale College students)


Yale OCS is pleased to offer our students the opportunity to join the Forté Foundation’s Rising Star Initiative for free. As a sponsor school, the Rising Star Initiative offers undergraduate women at Yale, across majors, the opportunity to develop skills …

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Community Advice

Career Resources

LGBTQ + Pre-Med

Created by Northwestern University, this resource aims to support LGBTQ premedical students pursuing careers in medicine by discussing common questions, …

Virtual Pre-Health Shadowing

Interested in becoming a health professional? Did COVID throw you off track as you prepare to apply to professional school?

Community Spotlights

Lily Zhao (Astronomy)

Lily Zhao (Astronomy)

3-Minute Thesis Finalist,PhD
  • 3MT Winner 2020

Raveesha Gupta (MA ’17, International and Development Economics)

First Generation and/or Low Income Students,Humanities,Masters,Social Sciences,STEM
  • Research Analyst
  • Assistant General Counsel Congressional Budget Office


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