Hit The Career Reset Button with a Graduate Degree

Higher education—it’s on the tip of everyone’s tongues. A graduate degree can be a game changer for getting that raise you deserve, the promotion that suits your skills, or a transition into the next phase of your life. Getting yourself onto the doorstep of higher education can be daunting—but you don’t need to go at it alone. 

Luckily for us, both the Largest MBA Tour and Largest Grad School Tour hosted by QS will be making its way to San Francisco on September 14th for a free expo. This event will prepare you to take that dive into a graduate degree whether you’re interested in an MBA or other master’s program. But you may be asking: why should I attend? What’s the point? Well, you may be missing out. Both events are FREE and bring leading graduate school representatives into one room where you can ask questions under no pressure. Here is where you can get the answers to the hardest questions. Who do you look for in an application? Does having volunteer experience really matter? And more. You have the chance to speak face-to-face with admissions directors from top local and international colleges.

These events are a great option for those looking to hit the career reset button.
— Farzad Novin, Director of Event Marketing for QS North America

While you’re attending the expo, you also have access to exclusive offers from QS. This includes a professional LinkedIn headshot headshot, resumé review, test prep discounts—all for FREE and all great touch points to get your readily prepared for the next steps. 

For those who are wondering about scholarship or financial aid opportunities, you’ll be eligible to apply for a pool of scholarships worth up to $7M offered by QS and its partner institutions. 

To those looking to take their education to the next level, we praise you. It can be difficult to get started but we know you’ll be making a change in this world.


// September 14th; Register for the MBA World Tour here and for the World Grad School Tour here, for more information of QS Top Universities: topuniversities.com; Photography courtesy of QS.

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