New Ebook Guides Graduate School Applicants Towards a Future of Scholarships, Awards and Financial Aid

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Accepted.com's new ebook, Financing Your Future, teaches graduate students how to apply for financial aid, fellowships, and scholarships, to help make their higher education dreams a reality.

For many graduate students, applying and getting accepted to a program is only a prelude to the real challenge: applying for financial aid. The often exasperating and drawn-out process of securing funds for graduate school can become complicated and confusing, especially if a student lacks an application strategy or doesn't know the available financial aid options.

Accepted's new ebook, Financing Your Future: Winning Fellowships, Scholarships and Awards for Grad School, provides applicants with the know-how and confidence necessary to seek out the funds that could make or break their grad school dreams. In this 35-page ebook, Linda Abraham, founder of Accepted.com, and Rebecca Blustein, a former Student Affairs Officer in UCLA’s Scholarship Resource Center for four years, share their extensive knowledge on how to apply successfully for scholarships, fellowships, and grants. They also provide essay writing tips, interview guidance, advice on letters of recommendation, and additional links and resources about the various financial aid options out there, including prestigious awards and highly competitive fellowships.

Financing Your Future teaches you:

  •     How to create an application strategy, from conceptualization to the final sendoff.
  •     How to find the right scholarship.
  •     When to apply for financial aid.
  •     How to stay organized and confident.

“By understanding the various options, applying for the most suitable scholarships, and submitting your polished and well rounded essays, you will make yourself more competitive in an already competitive field of applicants,” explains Abraham. “We are proud of our track record and look forward to helping you present yourself in your graduate school applications.”

The financial aid researching and application process can be grueling. But with the hands-on, nuts and bolts guidance from Abraham and Blustein, the experience can be smooth, methodical, and most importantly, rewarding.

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CONTACT: Linda Abraham at 310-815-9553 x101 (9am - 6pm, PST), or

Accepted.com
PO Box 67423
Los Angeles, CA 90067
USA

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