Graduate Studies Webinar Series

Ready to start? We know you have questions! 

Our enrollment team members and other guests host quick and convenient sessions that are designed to highlight popular topics when starting grad school. Take a deep dive into specific areas of interest. During live sessions, you'll also have the opportunity to ask any questions you may have.

All past live webinars have been recorded
and are available on demand.

To learn more about specific graduate programs at WPI, watch one of our on-demand info sessions.


Register for LIVE Webinars




WPI Business School Graduate Programs

Thurs., March 30, 9 AM (ET)

Learn more the specialized master's degrees, certificates, MBA, and doctoral programs offered by the WPI School of Business. We'll discuss the pressing need for STEM professionals with business acumen, admission requirements, newly reduced tuition, and more. Note: this webinar is 45 minutes (30 min. presentation and 15 min. Q&A)



FAQ: Prospective International Students

Wed., April 5, 8 AM (ET)

Special guests from Graduate Studies and the International House will cover funding, the application process, WPI's resources for international students, admission requirements, and more. 

Supply Chain Graduate Programs

Thurs., April 6, 12 PM (ET)

Join us for a quick and convenient 45-minute webinar to learn how you can gain in-demand skills and hands-on experience at WPI to design and manage an effective supply chain.

How to Fund Your Graduate Education

Tues., April 25, 9 AM (ET)

Joined by special guests from Graduate Studies and the Office of Student Aid & Financial Literacy, we discuss diverse funding options for part-time and full-time graduate students, including financial aid, scholarships, company tuition reimbursement, RA and TA funding options, and WPI's alumni tuition incentive program.

This webinar is specifically about funding for domestic students. If you live outside the United States, register for the FAQ: Prospective International Students webinar to learn about funding opportunities available to international students.

Access Recordings of Past Live Webinars
The Value of Student Support Recorded Nov. 15, 2022

Student support services can make or break your experience as a graduate student. Join us to discover the type of support you can expect as a graduate student at WPI. We'll discuss available resources, career development opportunities, and our dedicated student success managers.
Career Services Spotlight Recorded Oct. 18, 2022

Join members of our graduate enrollment team and WPI's Career Development Center to gain a fuller understanding of how career services can benefit graduate students as much as—or more than—they benefit undergrads!
How Online Learning Works Recorded Feb. 25, 2021

See what it's like to be an online student, and learn the difference between remote learning and the online learning modality. Special guest Jody Reis, Associate Director, Program Delivery, also talks about the Online Pedagogy Workshop (OPW), a workshop most WPI faculty go through to learn the best tips and tricks to teach online.

Not Ready for a Master's Degree?

Recorded March 25, 2021
Did you know that 40% of WPI's new online graduate students start as non-matriculated students (i.e they haven't formally applied to WPI)? In this session we discuss your option to take graduate courses without committing or applying to a master's degree program. If you want to learn a specialized skillset, or you just want to dip your toes in the water before committing to a program, we discuss the many benefits of being a casual course-taker or pursuing a graduate certificate instead—both of which could lead to the completion of a graduate program.
WPI's Online Graduate Programs Recorded April 28, 2021

Learn about earning your graduate certificate or master's degree through WPI's online graduate programs so you can advance your knowledge without hitting "pause" on your career. We'll discuss what it's like to be an online student, how to pay for part-time graduate school, tips and tricks to set your application apart, and WPI's collaborative approach to asynchronous learning.