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Hey guys, has anyone heard back from University of Utah as yet? I see only a couple of responses on the results page. Also, I would like to know what the opinion of this school is within the US. I am an international, and a lot of the time have to gauge reputation by various rankings.
Hey there! I'm a sophomore right now and am hoping to apply for a couple of programs, but the one I've got my heart set on is the University of Utah Creative Writing PhD. program--or, if I don't get into that one as an undergrad, then their MFA in Creative Writing program. What are the admissions like for this program? What could I be doing now to make it more likely that I could get in?
jjp0206 posted a topic in Speech-Language PathologyHi there! I'm moving from Portland, Oregon to SLC, Utah to attend the graduate program for speech language pathology at the U! I am looking for anyone else who has accepted the offer and will be in my cohort. I'd love to get to know some people before making the move and to make some connections. Please respond if this is you, and maybe we can take to making a Facebook group for those of us attending this fall! Congrats!
jbnorman posted a topic in PsychologyHi fellow grad cafe users! I have a bit of a difficult decision coming up as to whether attend University of Utah or remain at my current program. Unfortunately I know very little about the psych program there or even Salt Lake City in general. I'm hoping some people can shed some light on it and give me their experiences of attending or living near there. In particular, I am concerned about the match between my current research and other graduate students/faculty. I study ingroup-outgroup processes and am very much focused towards continuing this line of interest. U of U seems to be heavily focused on health and clinical psychology, is this the impression others got? I want to be sure that I have outside resources besides my advisor (e.g. other students/faculty who are interested in similar concepts or can provide input on my projects). Additionally, if anyone is in the psychology graduate program I would love just general feelings and thoughts about the program! Thanks for reading