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Ask a Stanford Former Admissions Officer: what does it take to get in?

Despite the odds, learn from this year’s admissions trends to increase your chance of getting in with Stanford’s Former Assistant Dean of Admission, Martin Walsh!


Jul 3, 2022


9:30AM - 11:30AM


Virtual (via Zoom Webinar)

The class of 2026 faced one of the toughest admission cycles.

Harvard’s acceptance rate is only 3.19%. MIT accepted 3.9% of robust applicants. The University of California school system broke application records with a whopping 210,840 applicants. With a growing number of applicants and a relatively stagnant enrollment, the competition is fiercer than ever!

For Vietnamese students who are applying next year and onwards, you are up against hundreds of thousands of students with brilliant profiles. What can you do to stand out? Are there are “shortcuts” or “bargain tips”?

Martin Walsh, Former Assistant Dean of Admission at Stanford will walk you through the admissions landscape to help you prepare for the future. Do not miss this rare opportunity to hear directly from a Stanford Former Admissions Officer in this exclusive, interactive webinar!


About Your Stanford Former Admissions Officer:

Martin Walsh was the Assistant Dean of Admissions at Stanford University and the Director of Admissions at Santa Clara University for four years, and a member of the University of Chicago’s Counselor Advisory Board. Martin has spent 13 years counselling students and over 11 years training international school counsellors. As a prestigious speaker at Crimson events, Martin perfectly understands the complexities of the application process and how competitive it can be.

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What Martin Will Cover:

There will be a live Q&A at the end of this webinar, so bring your questions to the table!


What actually happened in 2021/22 US early and regular application cycle? How does it impact future applicants?


Exclusive preparation tips for Vietnamese students

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