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justapersonwhochangednames posted a topic in ApplicationsHi all, I thought I'd start a thread specifically for those of us applying to Munk and other Canadian international affairs programs for fall 2017. Topic name begins with Munk simply because that's my first choice lol Applications haven't opened yet but I figured, why not Here's last cycle's thread:
Hi all - hope you're well! I'm starting my grad school applications now and something that matters to me is housing - especially in the cases of campuses that aren't in cities with other schools closeby. I will definitely be applying to the Master's of Global Governance (MAGG) at Balsillie, a two-year degree offered by the University of Waterloo and may end up applying for the Master's of International Public Policy MIPP (MIPP), the one-year degree offered by Laurier. My question is whether or not on-campus graduate housing at Waterloo and Laurier, respectively is open to students at BSIA. I know Waterloo (so the MAGG) does have some graduate residences and while Laurier (MIPP) doesn't have any graduate-specific housing, there are some single, apartment-style spaces in residence reserved for graduate students. While the chances of acquiring on campus residence as a graduate student are low, I'd like to know if they're even an option for BSIA students. Thanks in advance!