In my position as Assistant Director of Admissions and Recruitment at Brandeis GPS, I want to make your application process as smooth as possible! I am always available to answer any questions and look forward to guiding you through your application process. With our online application, you can directly upload your resume and statement of goals, and send requests for letters of recommendation right to our online system.
One item that does need to be submitted outside of the online application is your official transcript. Here’s some FAQs we often get about submitting transcripts:
Does Brandeis GPS accept electronic transcripts?
Yes! We do accept electronic transcripts, as long as they are official. This is the easiest and fastest method for both the applicant and us!
How should I send electronic transcripts?
Provide your school(s) with my email address: firstname.lastname@example.org. I’ll then confirm with you once the documents are received.
What address should I use for paper transcripts?
These should be sent directly from the school(s) to our mailing address:
Graduate Professional Studies
415 South Street, MS 084
Waltham, MA 02453-2728
We’ll let you know when we have them!
How can I check the status of my application items?
At any time, you can login to your applicant status page once your application is submitted to see what items are pending: Login
Do I need to submit transcripts if I transferred courses?
Yes, we require official transcripts for all colleges/universities attended.
I love speaking with our applicants, so please feel free to contact me any time! Applying for a master’s degree is a big decision, so I am happy to talk you through the steps and answer any questions you have.
Rebecca Weiss is the Assistant Director of Admissions and Recruitment at GPS, and with her four years of experience in the office, she has a lot of great advice to offer prospective GPS students.
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