The below video series provides helpful information on how prospective entry-level master’s-degree nursing students can prepare a strong graduate school application. The presenters in this series include faculty, program directors and alumni who provide their experience and insights to help you master each step.

Writing your personal statement

Applying to a graduate health professions program can be overwhelming. Check out our student, alumni and faculty advice on how to approach this critical part of the application.

Requesting letters of recommendation

Letters of recommendation are also an important component of your graduate program application. You need to develop relationships with potential recommenders well in advance of requesting the letter. Watch students, alumni and faculty discuss how to connect with potential recommenders and build those relationships.

Gaining clinical experience for a graduate nursing program

What is clinical experience? How might it help when you apply to nursing school? Hear School of Nursing students, alumni and faculty describe what counts as clinical experience and how to find these clinical opportunities.

For additional application information, visit our Master’s Entry Program in Nursing admissions page, the MEPN FAQ page and the NusingCAS Applicant Help Center.