Posting on housing with pictures on my other blog: http://blog.naver.com/international101/220576518286
When it’s time to graduate and you are not sure where to go next, finding temporary housing could be tricky. This can be an issue especially if you are living in a dorm where you have to move out right after the semester. If you can, try staying around the university for a couple of … More Housing After Graduation
It’s better to get ready early. Build and expand your network in relation to the program that you want to apply for. Or generic professional relationship is also fine. If you are lucky, you may not only find someone to ask for a letter of recommendation, but also a mentor. 1. Professor/teacher It’s pretty common … More Letter of Recommendation: Who Do You Ask?
This posting is based on personal experience and knowledge from attending USC’s OTD program. Thanks to S for sending the questions! Q. How competitive is to be admitted into the OTD program? A. As someone who went from MA from gram to OTD program right away, I would say it was not as competitive as … More Q&A for (International) OTD Students 02
Q. What visa should I get? A. Most likely F1. If you are doing paid residency, off campus, you can get CPT (Curricular Practical Training) to get paid. You would need to contact your program director, and an adviser from office of international students for this. Q. Can I do 40 hours per week at my residency with F1 visa during the summer semester? … More Q&A for International OTD Students 01
High GRE score is often one of the most basic qualification to apply for a graduate school program in the states. Below are some of the study tools that I found useful. 1. ETS GRE: go to the source ETS is the governing institution for the GRE test (and also for the TOEFL test). So it … More GRE Study Tools