The rippling effects of Covid-19 and the economic situation are still lingering even in the year 2021, and it has affected students in inevitable ways. If you are a 2020 college graduate, you may very well understand the following year has canceled summer internships, companies have frozen hiring processes, and most companies have even withdrawn job offers for grad students. It is a dreadful point of view, although it makes sense that many grads students are on the lookout for opportunities elsewhere, in particular for higher education. Amid the pandemic-COVID-19, many graduate schools continue to accept new students adapting their programs to either hybrid or online formats exclusively.
Choosing the right grad school is demanding and sluggish- as it should be. After all, whatever you decide or choose will have a direct repercussion on your future. To help make the process less taxing and easier, EDAMBA has a compilation of a checklist to consider when a student wishes to apply for grad school amid a pandemic.