National Transfer Week 2020

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National Transfer Week 2020

October 19 - 23

 

Whether you're transitioning from community college or currently at a four-year institution looking for a change, you're in good company at UW Bothell. About half of all UW Bothell incoming students have transferred from another institution.

Join our Transfer Admissions Advisors for a week of dedicated programming just for you as a potential transfer student.   

 

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General UWB information session for transfer students

Monday, October 19 // 10 AM - 11 AM

Thinking of transferring to UW Bothell in the next year? In this session—led by the UWB admissions advisors who review applications—you'll learn everything you need to know to prepare for that process. This session is a great place to start before diving into the rest of the week's events.

Register for this session

 


 

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How your interests can help you pick a major 

Tuesday, October 20 // 3 PM - 4 PM

In this session you'll learn:

  • How to find intersection in your interests and what you want to do as a career
  • Identify multiple majors that will lead to your industry of interest
  • How undergraduate research is interdisciplinary and can set you apart.

*Great for early planners who have not yet earned a lot of credits*

Register for this session

 


 

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General UWB information session for transfer students

Wednesday, October 21 // 4 PM - 5 PM

Thinking of transferring to UW Bothell in the next year? In this session—led by the UWB admissions advisors who review applications—you'll learn everything you need to know to prepare for that process.

This session is the same as the session in Day 1, but with an evening start time.

Register for this session

 


 

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Pathways to maximizing your credits & parallel major planning

Thursday, October 22 // 4 PM - 5 PM

What is the "right major" to help you achieve your career goals? 

Often, students who want to work for a tech company or become a programmer think Computer Science is the only "right major" to help them get there. Or, students who want to work in a business field would traditionally think they have to major in Business.

But—in reality—that's not the case.

IAS majors may actually help you better prepare for your career by teaching you the "soft skills" you'll need to succeed, not just the technical expertise.

In this session you'll learn the different pathways and possibilities you can take to achieve your career goals.

*Great for students who have already earned a lot of credits*

Register for this session

 


 

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Meet UWB Transfer Students

Friday, October 23 // 12 PM - 1 PM

What do current UW Bothell transfer students think about UW Bothell now that they're here? In this student panel you'll hear directly from students and be able to ask them what you want to know that you may not hear from the admissions office.

Register for this session