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Graduate Admissions Events

Graduate student makes final presentation to peers.

One of the best ways to get to know Wentworth is through one of our many virtual events. Throughout the year the Office of Graduate Admissions hosts several events to enable prospective graduate students to learn more about our programs and offerings, as well as meet faculty and current students. Please check back regularly as events are continually added.


Graduate admissions use auto-captioning for virtual experiences within applicable platforms. Individuals who need real-time captioning or other accommodations on the basis of disability should contact the Center for Wellness for further assistance. 

Graduate Information Session

Join us for our upcoming Virtual Graduate Information Session for Wentworth students interested in our Master of Science in 
Applied Computer Science, Computer Engineering, and Electrical Engineering programs. Learn more about these majors and 
get the answers you need to help make informed decisions about the next steps in your career.


Webinar: Water Reuse Applications

Join Wentworth’s School of Engineering for an informative webinar, “Water Reuse Applications,” on Wednesday, December 9, 2020. In this 1-hour session you will learn about the practical applications of water reuse and reclamation including:

  • Existing regulations and guidelines
  • Health and environmental considerations
  • Treatment, distribution and storage best practices
  • Agricultural, industrial and recreational uses of reclaimed water.

Join us!

Virtual Graduate Open House

Industrial Design students working on a Cintiq tablet. Learn more about our graduate programs, how to apply and the resources available to you at one of our Virtual Graduate Open Houses. Connect with faculty, staff, and current graduate students and discover why you belong here.

Speak to a Graduate Counselor

We know going back to school is a big decision. You have questions; we have answers. Connect via email, phone or schedule an appointment with one of our counselors. 

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