Bringing It Home – The Saint Rose Blog

Author: Irene Kim

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International Students at Saint Rose: Meet Isa Vara de Rey ’19 of Spain

We sat down with a few of our international students, who joined us from a variety of countries around the world. They shared their thoughts on Albany and the area, what they like about being here and what they miss about home, and their best advice to their peers for settling into their new home at Saint Rose. Isa Vara…

International Students at Saint Rose: Meet Ridina Shakya G’19 of Nepal

We sat down with a few of our international graduate students, who joined us from a variety of countries around the world. They shared their thoughts on Albany and the area, what they like about being here and what they miss about home, and their best advice to their peers for settling into their new home at Saint Rose.  …

Going to School While Working: Our Grad Students’ Tips

If you’re like many graduate students, you’re working a full- or part-time job in addition to attending college. How do you go to class, study, and complete projects while working (and possibly caring for a family or serving in the military, on top of grocery shopping, laundry, and the myriad other responsibilities of daily life)? We asked a few of…

International Students at Saint Rose: Meet Akporode Esha G’19 of Nigeria

We sat down with a few of our international graduate students, who joined us from a variety of countries around the world. They shared their thoughts on Albany and the area, what they like about being here and what they miss about home, and their best advice to their peers for settling into their new home at Saint Rose. Akporode…

Applying to Graduate School: Everything You Want to Know

When admissions counselors and faculty review your graduate school application, they aren’t just looking at your grades. They want to know if you’ll thrive and succeed in their program. That’s why it’s important to take the time and care to tell your story and show the people reading your application why you belong there. Our admissions counselors say it’s best…