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On strategies, procedures, and problems related to getting admitted to, or selecting students to be admitted to, a graduate degree program. Please click on “info” before asking a question.

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I'm applying to Oxford at the moment for graduate study. Under the section asking what undergraduate degree I'll be receiving, it gives me the choice of "Bachelor of Arts (non-UK)" and "Bachelor of Ar …
asked Jan 11 '16 by Mathmank
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I'm considering applying to master's programs in mathematics over in Germany (e.g. Bonn, Berlin Mathematical School). The stated time for these programs is two years. Should I get accepted and atten …
asked Apr 18 '16 by Mathmank
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One of the graduate schools I'm applying to asks if I would like to be considered for admission even if they can't fund me. Would it hurt my chances of receiving funding if I checked "yes?"
asked Jan 4 '16 by Mathmank
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Nearly every graduate school application has this section for Work Experience. Are things such as REUs (Research Experience for Undergraduates) considered work? Or is this meant for work that isn't di …
asked Dec 16 '15 by Mathmank
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The process for obtaining funding for graduate work in the UK seems much different than it is in the US. In particular, in the UK, funding decisions often come after offers of admission. What is the p …
asked Apr 15 '16 by Mathmank
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I'm applying to math graduate programs at the moment. How important is it to tailor the personal statement to the different departments to which I'm applying? It is difficult to understand precisely …
asked Dec 14 '15 by Mathmank