Admission Counselling Services for Harvard Applications

At How to Get into Harvard, we strive to give everyone the confidence that they, too, can get into Harvard. We want to make sure that everyone understands that beyond its history and hype, Harvard University is just another university.

We believe that with hard work and determination, you, too, are worthy of attending it. We’re here to help you through this application process, which is sometimes intimidating, and other times, makes you proud. Because deciding to apply is your first step towards conquering fear and achieving success!

With advent of COVID-19 pandemic, our team is determined to make your counselling process safe and healthy. Currently, we are offering online-only services, which include email reviews of your application and web-conferences for feedback.

Admission Counselling Services offered by Team How to Get into Harvard

  • Admission process guidance and application review
  • Portfolio review services for Harvard Graduate School of Design (GSD) applicants
  • Essay or letter of intent feedback and editing
  • Resume review for applicants
  • Application review package (application process discussion & counselling, resume review, application review & essay editing)
  • Career counselling session for under-graduate students (Engineering, Management Graduates, Commerce, Arts, etc.)
  • Counselling for students aspiring foreign education in other US universities

Brief Profile of Career Counselling team at How to Get into Harvard

Chief Counsellor

Shilpa Ahuja has a Masters in Design Studies (MDesS) degree from Harvard University Graduate School of Design, class of 2011. Shilpa is an entrepreneur and founder of Shilpa Ahuja Digital Media, an online publishing company that includes HowtoGetinto-Harvard.com, a Harvard admissions guide and ShilpaAhuja.com, one of India’s most-read digital fashion magazines.

She also has a bachelor’s degree in architecture from Chandigarh College of Architecture (B.Arch), class of 2007. She has worked for The Park hotels, and Harvard Law School. Her work has been exhibited at Harvard Graduate School of Design and the Aroma Hotel, Chandigarh. She is also the author of the book “Designing a Chinese Cultural Center in India”.

Note from Our Counselling Team

This website or counselling services offered by us are not affiliated with Harvard University in any way. We do not earn any commissions from any advice posted on this website, or from any admission decisions you make. Our counselors are dedicated to providing you the best possible advice per their knowledge & experience, but cannot guarantee you a spot.

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