4 Ways Mentorship Programs Help Students
Students aiming to attend top universities often find that they have a gap in their work experience or extracurriculars. For students with this issue, we recommend our Guided Research and Mentorship Program. The two-month remote program pairs you with top professors or scholars from top universities such as MIT or Imperial on a plan that best suits your needs.
Here’s 4 ways a mentorship program can help students:
1. Learn skills beyond the classroom
When working with an experienced professor or scholar, you’ll either help out in a current project or work on your own project. This gives you the opportunity to pick up skills that are not taught in schools that are beneficial for your tertiary studies such as writing research reports, or conducting research.
2. Get a deeper understanding of your field
Your mentor is a wealth of knowledge who is also up to date in their field of study, giving you the opportunity to receive information and discuss ideas in-depth. This helps increase your understanding of your field of study and demonstrates your dedication to your interest to admissions officers.
3. Boost your profile
In highly-competitive spaces such as applications to top universities, setting yourself apart from other applicants via relevant work experience and projects can increase your chances. You might even get published if you opt to work on your own report or project with the guidance of your mentor.
4. Earn a letter of recommendation
A letter of recommendation is an important asset for your university admissions application or employment. Upon completing your program, you might earn a letter of recommendation that validates your abilities and strengths. This helps solidify your chances of standing out among other applicants.
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