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    2014 Fall
  1. Thanks for response. That is a question I have been dealing with because I cannot put a finger on what exact job I would like in policy but a every thought leads back to D.C. I also have an interest to go to law school possibly down the road (would like it to be T14). I would guess the D.C network from GWU or AU would offer a better chance to do this too. I have been reading all the threads that dispute between AU and GWU but do you know once I am accepted to the MPP program, is it possible to pursue a dual degree once I'm at the school like a MPP/MBA or MPP/MA?
  2. I have been admitted into both AU and GWU MPP and I have been admitted into TAM at UNC, a dual program MA poly sci at UNC and MPP at University of Bremen in Germany. I didn't receive funding for any of the programs yet but UNC is 25k compared to AU and GWU's tuition. I understand that GWU and AU's location are going to offer me more intern opportunities but is this really worth it when taking on double the debt of UNC. I'm really hesitant to go to GWU or AU just for the internships because at UNC I can study abroad, another great opportunity. any advice?
  3. I have been admitted to all three programs for the fall of 2014. I will be graduating in May with a B.A Political Science and minored in Economics (GPA 3.55). I have interest in economic policy as well as international development in terms of the public policy degrees. The Trans Atlantic Masters program at UNC includes a Masters of Political Science concentrated in European Governance and the decision on my application to University of Bremen (Germany) will not be decided until the summer but I believe I have a good shot at getting in. Hypothetically if I did get in then the program would be a
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