MFAs: Why, Where, and How To Apply

 

MFAs: Why, Where, and How To Apply
With Nancy Rawlinson



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Have you ever wondered about MFA programs? Maybe you thought about applying, but weren’t sure if an MFA was the right way to move forward as a writer – or you were intimidated by all the different application elements?

This webinar will answer all your questions and help you understand the ins and outs of the MFA application process. Over this information packed hour you will learn about:

The pros and cons of getting an MFA at all
The variety of programs available
How to choose a program that is right for you
What MFA application readers are looking for
How to craft a winning personal statement
Who you should ask for recommendations
If the GREs are really necessary
What other resources are out there for the MFA applicant

You’ll leave the session with a new sense of clarity and all the tools you need to build a stellar application.

Nancy Rawlinson is a writer, freelance editor, teacher, and creative coach. She runs her own writing workshops in New York and has been working with MFA applicants since 2003. She holds an MFA from Columbia University and is a regular contributor to the MFA blog.

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