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Hi, everyone. I have been waitlisted on the MSEI（master in entrepreneurship and innovation)since 19 April, and interviewed twice in March. According to the director, the decision should be out on 1 May. BUT it didn't. What freaks me out is that I‘m an international student who probably won't have enough time to process the bank, visa, and housing issues if be admitted after May, because the program begins at 13 Aug. So should I contact the director again? （I have sent several emails after interview, waitlist, and asked a friend, who withdrew the offer, referring me to the director) and any suggestion on writing this e-mail since I don't wanna act so desperate for an offer(even though this program is my last hope) Thanks!!!!!
Hey y'all, I spent 5-6 months preparing my grad school applications and funding applications to the Marshall & Gates Cambridge Scholarships. I am applying to UK universities since they have better Masters programs & faculties for my specific field of study. Funding will be key to my decision to pursue postgraduate studies in the UK in the next academic year. I had been holding out crazy hope for the Marshall & Gates Cambridge scholarships - at least an invitation to an interview. I'm a Fulbright Research Student Grantee 2015-16 and have held various internships, worked my way through my undergrad, wrote strong statements that were reviewed by my fellowship advisor, and had great recommenders. But alas, I did not receive an invitation to interview for either. It's really put me in a tailspin - literally, what/who makes the cut for these scholarships? It's been difficult to accept the fact I do not belong in this upper echelon of academics (narcissistic? conceited? deluded? Most likely) and it's been even more difficult for me to be motivated enough to continue to hunt for and apply for funding... but if I don't, the prospect of crushing student debt will keep me from getting my dream education. Just looking for some fellow applicants to commiserate with - and any tips to keep my head up after all the rejection.