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snowflake96

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  1. If anyone accepted GSPIA or is considering accepting their offer....feel free to message me. I just finished up my first year in the program.
  2. I have no doubt it's a good program, but I don't see the point in paying 50k. If you are interested in international affairs Ottawa is definitely the place to be due to the endless events and opportunities here - government and non government included.
  3. In all honesty Munk was my first choice but looking back I realize that I made the right choice going to GSPIA instead. Not only were the fees extremely high going to Munk, I couldn't really find solid information on the job prospects upon graduating, and whether alumni from the Munk program managed to get solid jobs out of it. But it was mostly the cost of the program, and I didn't want to go 50,000+ in debt for a 2 years masters program. With GSPIA, there's more international opportunities for a cheaper cost. We get matched with a senior fellow at the beginning of the year which is usually s
  4. Hey guys, I'm currently a grad student in the GSPIA program at u Ottawa. I applied to NPSIA (accepted) and Munk (waitlisted) last year and can provide application advice or insights into grad school if you like. You can PM me
  5. I think course selection was around 2 weeks ago. I wouldn't worry because I believe we have until August to choose them anyway
  6. We got an email In mid June about selecting courses and setting up your UOttawa email. Check your junk folder .
  7. Yeah, I would say that's a strong sign you got in! Nothing on my acorn dashboard ... uh oh 😕
  8. Aside from NPSIA I also got into GSPIA, but I'm leaning towards GSPIA more. Now waiting on Munk and SIDGS...
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