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  1. No u don’t have to. U fill in a new DS 160. And then use the update profile function on the left hand size
  2. no. I am applying from Hong Kong, where no new cases for more than 2 weeks. I am not sure they will open country by country or all together
  3. I am really sorry to hear that. I am in the same boat as well. May I know what makes you think that no new visa will be issued throughout 2020? Cuz i am thinking of deferment if I still cant get a visa before 2021 spring. thanks!
  4. Hi I think we r In the same situation except for our locations. Tuition waived with no stipend. One thing I really don’t know: will they resume visa service within 2020? I seriously doubt it
  5. I think if you are aiming to work in organisations instead of academia, then your working/intern experience is more important than the reputation of your school. So Getting an internship or contract based work in the UN is much much easier if you study at Graduate Institute. Plus, if I remember it correctly, internship is even part of their program. science Po is famous indeed. I have never studied there but I have professors talking about it with negative comments. Like they are not updating their courses. They recruit just too many students. I also have a couple of friends studying there. They said the courses are too general for a master degree program. It’s hard for them to look for a job or internship Maybe also think about what major you want to choose Friends who got UN working experience told me they should have chosen a more professional degree instead of something like “international public policy, international security, international organizations. ” UN recruits people for their needs, such as data analysis, consulting.... so also check out their course syllabus instead of school reputation
  6. @Paulcg87 I dont know how to further extend my gratitude. I would say this is a must read for everyone. Thank you! "being on a large campus right now in a world without a vaccine" this is almost everything in my mind, as a new student in the US without a car. As @Artifex_Archer , i dont want to begin my phd by sitting in front of my screen. But I know there will be lots of difficulties for me to travel to the US and settle down now. So while I am praying for more flexibility from my school, I am thinking questions like "will online learning better than nothing"? "Do I have an equally good plan to fulfil my gap year?" "Will I enjoy the year away from school just as the year studying remotely?" At the end, there is a question that I, or no one, can avoid. Will it be online for the whole year? I bet no one knows the answer. Choosing online means I need to be prepared for studying like this for a whole year. Deferring means freezing myself for a year and welcoming a rather "normal" start a year later. So far I still dont have the answer yet. But thanks again for all your comments to make me be able to re-phrase my question better and think more.
  7. I agree with you the decision should be made between the cost of deferring and the cost of doing (one semester at least) online. thanks for pointing it out!
  8. Thank you very much! I appreciate that you suggest thinking about how much time I can save to do something else. online things suck but I am really happy to see more scholars are still utilising online opportunities to arrange presentations and other things. Thats a great inspiration!
  9. 1. don’t go to Science Po. It’s just a name. (Welcome any further discussions) 2. Graduate institute in Geneva is perfect if you want to work in UN. It’s just right next to UN. I have two friends studying there and they all got UN internship. One of them even stay there for a full time job. But don’t dream too big about UN. They don’t pay lower ranking staff much. And living in Geneva is very expensive.
  10. Hi! Really appreciate your reply! Thanks a lot! I remember you are going to a Canadian school right? May I know what does it mean offering in both format? Does it mean some of students who choose in person will be on site while they will set up a camera for the rest?
  11. Hi guys, Not sure if you have received instructions from schools about the 2020 Fall plan. If school announces remote learning, will you choose to take it or defer for a year? I am anxiously waiting for my school to announce it while in the middle of choices again. Appreciate all of your kind suggestions and sharing! Wish everyone stay healthy and safe. Best,
  12. Thanks! I will have to ask my school as well.
  13. So u mean we can’t do online courses in the US?
  14. Any international students would like to share how your visa application goes so far? Future plans on learning remotely?
  15. Sorry but... didnt quite get what you are trying to say.
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