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Prioritize speaking with those who's advice you trust.

If you need to involve another party in your decision to join a CI program, we have put together some brief guidance to help you begin, and steer a dialogue with your parents, academic advisor or financial sponsor.
You might also consider speaking with member of our alumni.


To facilitate the conversations with those that may advise you, we’ve put together some brief guidance to help you begin, and steer, a dialogue.

1

Speak to

Your parents


If your parents will be involved in your decision to join a CI program, we recommend involving them at the earliest opportunity. Here’s a guide to help you share what they need to know.

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Guidance Document

2

Speak to

Your Advisors


You may consider involving your Academic Advisor in your decision to join a CI program. We’ve compiled this brief guide to enable you to share the facts that they will request.

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Guidance Document

3

Speak to

Our Alumni


In the interest of giving back, our alumni have agreed to volunteer their time to help others follow in their footsteps. Use their time wisely and prepare your questions.

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