Fun fact about new F&ES students

Our 2011 incoming Master’s students have come from 67 U.S. and 20 international undergraduate programs.  And here’s a sampling of the various languages they speak:

American Sign Language, Arabic, Bulgarian, Dutch, Dzongka, French, German, Greek, Haitian Creole, Hebrew, Hindi, Indonesian, Italian, Korean, Latin, Mandarin, Mongolian, Nepali, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Uzbek.

Don’t see your language?  Apply to F&ES and we can add you to the list next year!

F&ES students come from a variety of academic backgrounds (ranging from genetics or biochemistry to music or English literature).  Their professional backgrounds also run a broad spectrum from environmental attorneys to human rights activists to wilderness firefighters.  Learning from your classmates is one of the greatest things about F&ES.

Application tip: Your personal statement should concentration on why you are interested in an environmentally-focused graduate degree, what you plan on doing at F&ES and how this program will help you in the future.