Lindsay Pascal, a graduate researcher in the Neuroscience and Public Policy Program.
When you begin considering graduate study, first find out as much as you can about the programs that interest you. Start out by learning the admissions process and deadlines, faculty research interests, required and recommended curriculum, the funding landscape, and what the experience of other students in the program has been like. In particular, exploring faculty research interests is key to deciding for yourself if UW-Madison is the right university for you, and it is important as you articulate to the program’s admissions committee why you are a good fit. The links below will lead down the right paths to exploring graduate study at UW-Madison.
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