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jayelbe

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  1. Hello, I'm starting my graduate degree at McGill this Fall, I'm a US citizen and I plan to move to Montreal together with my girlfriend. However, I'm a little confused as to how to apply for a Study Permit together with her, so she can get a resident permit and eventually a temporary working permit as well. The thing is, the information is very clear on the fact that I can apply for a Study Permit at the point of entry into Canada, but nowhere have I read what to do in order to apply together with your girlfriend (de facto spouse in legal terminology, since we have lived together many years
  2. I applied and got accepted to a McGill MA, and the university is offering absolutely no funding whatsoever. No TA, no tuition reduction, zero. If the aid was merit-based, I guess I was not worth their money.
  3. Hello all, I have heard that the U. California at Santa Cruz has started a new PhD program in Visual Studies, I wonder if anybody out there knows anything about it; how it started, why, what exactly is Visual Studies, if it is related to Art History and how? Many, many questions, hope somebody want to clarify things out for me, I believe it's quite interesting. Thanks!
  4. I know the University of New Mexico Art History Program does not require GRE scores, that's about the only one I know of.
  5. Hello all, I have heard that the U. California at Santa Cruz has started a new PhD program in Visual Studies, I wonder if anybody out there knows anything about it; how it started, why, what exactly is Visual Studies, if it is related to Art History and how? Many, many questions, hope somebody want to clarify things out for me, I believe it's quite interesting. Thanks!
  6. Hello, I am wondering if anybody out there knows anything on the Art History Program at UNM with an emphasis on Latin America? I am thinking of applying but I can't really decide if it's a good program or not. They advertise it as being one of the best in the nation with those characteristics (the Latin American emphasis), and I see a couple of outstanding professors among the faculty, but the names I keep hearing are always U of Texas Austin, UCLA, Duke, Vanderbilt, etc. But I have lived in ABQ before and liked it pretty much, it's inexpensive, sunny, and I've still got a couple of friends t
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