Burnt Out and Broke: Inequities in the Post-Graduate Application Process During the COVID-19 Era
The post-graduate application cycle is filled with stress, doubt, and financial strain for many students. This sentiment is further amplified amongst first-generation communities due to various cultural, socioeconomic, and systemic disparities. The purpose of this piece is to critically reflect on the experiences of first-generation students as they embark on their respective post-graduate journeys. This narrative discusses themes of finances, mental health and opportunities with the hope to acknowledge these barriers and foster transparency between students and educational institutions.
How to Cite
Agaiby, N., Gutić, T., & Vij, S. (2022). Burnt Out and Broke: Inequities in the Post-Graduate Application Process During the COVID-19 Era. Global Health: Annual Review, 1(7). Retrieved from https://journals.mcmaster.ca/ghar/article/view/3048