Register Now for Free Online Graduate Admissions Summit

As a member of AIGAC, (the Association of International Graduate Admissions Consultants), we are excited to announce the first ever AIGAC Graduate Admissions Virtual Summit.  The AIGAC Summit, taking place on April 28, 2010, is a free, online event addressing many of the issues faced when putting together a graduate school application.

Admissions experts from around the world will be weighing in on topics including law school admissions, internationalizing the MBA experience, evaluating your candidacy for medical school, and joint-degree programs, amongst other subjects. The webinars, chats and articles will offer advice on writing compelling essays, self-assessment, interview preparation, TOEFL & GMAT strategies and re-applications; as well as specific tips for engineers, international students and Fulbright applications.

Stacy Blackman Consulting is participating and will have an article posted with essay writing tips to help you kick start your process now and manage it going forward.  As a companion to the article, we will also be hosting a chat where we will field any and all essay writing queries.  Stacy will be available for a full hour to answer all of your personal essay writing questions.

Where else can you benefit from the expertise of so many experts who collectively have 100+ years of experience? Thanks to the day-long format across multiple time zones, you can join in from your computer no matter where in the world you are.

Visit to learn more about the AIGAC Graduate Admissions Virtual Summit.  You will need to register for each hour long event that you plan to attend; you may attend as many as you wish.

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