Graduate School Candidates
Our work with clients applying to graduate school emphasizes personal presentation.
Since competition for entrance into graduate school often includes older candidates with graduate degrees in other fields and/or substantial
professional experience, we stress the importance of a broad intellectual perspective that goes beyond any one field.
Thus, we emphasize thinking that is mature, intellectual, humanistic and global. We also teach our clients how to assert themselves in interviews
and write effective essays.
While the majority of our clients have been candidates for business, law and medical schools,
the difference in gaining admission to any program (including Ph.D. programs) is often how well individuals can articulate who they are and how they reason.
This is where Dunbar Educational Consultants can be of invaluable assistance.
Dunbar Graduate School Acceptances
Boston University, Brown, Case Western, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Duke, Emory, Georgetown, Harvard, Jefferson, Johns Hopkins, Tufts, Univ.
of Alabama, Univ. of California LA, Univ. of California SF, Univ. of Chicago, Univ. of Cincinnati, Univ. of Massachusetts, Univ. of Pennsylvania,
Univ. of Rochester, Vanderbilt, Yale, Yeshiva
American, Boston College, Boston Univ., Cardoza-Yeshiva, Case Western, Catholic, Fordham, Georgetown, George Washington, Harvard, Hofstra, NYU,
Northeastern, Northwestern, Suffolk, Univ. of Southern California, Univ. of Miami, Univ. of Virginia
Babson, Boston College, Boston Univ., Carnegie Mellon, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Duke, Georgetown, Harvard, IMEDE (Lausanne), INSEAD (Foutainbleu),
MIT, NYU, Northeastern, Stanford, Thunderbird, Tulane, Univ. of Chicago, Univ. of Florida, Univ. of London, Univ. of Michigan, UNC Chapel Hill,
Univ. of Southern California, Univ. of Texas, Univ. of Virginia, Vanderbilt, Washington Univ., Wharton, Yale
Cal Tech, Columbia, Cornell, Duke, Georgia Tech, Johns Hopkins, Purdue, Rice, Univ. of Colorado, Univ. of Delaware, Univ. of Florida
MALS (Liberal Studies)
Columbia, Dartmouth, Harvard, Univ. of Chicago, Wesleyan
Boston College, Columbia, Harvard