The recruitment campaign for graduate studies at the Río Piedras Campus of the University of Puerto Rico (UPR-RP), which carries the motto Tu Futuro, Tu Maestría, Tu Doctorado, Solo en la IUPI, has as its main activity the first edition of the 2019 Graduate Studies Fair on Tuesday, February 5, at 1:00 p.m. at 6:00 p.m., at the University Center.
The Dean of Graduate Studies and Research (DEGI) of the UPR-RP organizes this event that aims to promote the over 27 academic graduate programs that will admit students for the August 2019 session. During the fair, lectures will be offered on the various financial aid available for the financing of master’s and doctoral studies, including the Academic Formative Experiences Program (PEAF) and External Funds. In addition, guidance will be provided on accessible support technology resources for graduate students.
In turn, it will be explained how to complete the application for electronic admission, whose deadline is March 1, 2019. For admission to the Law School of the UPR, the deadline is March 31, 2019. Students interested in applying for the August session may already file your application, which is available through the portal www.uprrp.edu/?page_id=467.
“Our Río Piedras campus continues to be the first teaching center in the country with the most competitive and diverse offer at the graduate level that Puerto Rico has at present. The production of knowledge, innovation and recognized professional development offered by graduate schools in all disciplines at the doctoral and master’s level are unparalleled in local higher education,” said Dean of Research and Graduate Studies, Dr. Carmen Maldonado. She also urged those interested in receiving an education of great quality and prestige to bet on being an integral part of this successful educational project at the graduate level of our Río Piedras Campus.
For more information, you can contact Mrs. María Castro, Graduate Admissions coordinator, at 787-764-0000, extension 86716, or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also visit the DEGI, located in the Old Masonic Home Building, next to the Museum of History, Anthropology and Art.
For information about the admission process at the Law School you can call 787.999.9565 or write to email@example.com.