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  1. I worked it out with friends, and the funding actually isn't that different when calculated by semester. I really want to work for the federal government after. So I'm definitely choosing NPSIA then! Thanks for the help and advice!
  2. Hi! I'm new to the forums but I had a few questions I thought I'd ask you all for advice! Last week I got my funding offer for NPSIA, which was $25 000 over two years through scholarships and a two year TA position. It's not necessary as much as I was hoping but I'm also not sure whether this is good for NPSIA or not. I also got accepted to the MIPP program at Balsillie with $20 000 of funding for the one year program, which is enough to cover tuition and a large portion of my expenses there. So I'm wondering if you all had any advice on which one to pick! Is NPSIA 100%
  3. Hi everyone! I'm new to the forums but I had a few questions I thought I'd ask you all for advice! Last week I got my funding offer for NPSIA, which was $25 000 over two years through scholarships and a two year TA position. It's not necessary as much as I was hoping but I'm also not sure whether this is good for NPSIA or not. I also got accepted to the MIPP program at Balsillie with $20 000 of funding for the one year program, which is enough to cover tuition and a large portion of my expenses there. So I'm wondering if you all had any advice on which one to pick! Is N
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