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Daily Link Roundup: June 29

Graduate School Admissions:

  • What’s It Worth?: The Economic Value of College Major
    from Georgetown University
    – This is an eye-opening report about the economic outcomes for different undergraduate and graduate majors. It also shows the differences in median income for different genders and racial backgrounds. This is a PDF of select findings so it is a quick read and is mostly graphs and charts.

International Students:

  • MS in US
    from Applying to US Universities
    – This articles explores whether it still makes financial sense to go to grad school in the United States in the midst of the US economic recession.

Student Stories:

  • English Undergrad w/ Questions!
    from LJ Applying to Grad
    – In this forum thread a worried English undergraduate receives advice about applying to grad school while writing a thesis, taking a gap year, letters of rec, research interests and more.

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