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  1. Hi, So within your link, it says that at least 4 graduate level courses need to be taken. However, on this page it says "you already have a master's degree..." and in this admissions video he said the MPA2 was for people with previous grad degrees or doing a joint degree. So, I am genuinely confused if people with 4 graduate level courses are actually considered for the program.
  2. I know this thread is not solely dedicated to Harvard Kennedy School's MPA. However, I would love some guidance, since there are so few HKS MPA threads, and this thread seems like a blatant wealth of knowledge, and I am inquiring about an acceptance item. Technically Harvard Kennedy School says 2-year MPA students only need 4 graduate level courses to apply for the program. However, they say on their site and an accepted admissions video that the program is designed for students with another graduate degree. So, could I, an individual with only a bachelor's degree, apply and be acc
  3. Hi, I know this thread is technically for MPP applicants, not MPA applicants, but I would love some guidance, since there are so few HKS MPA threads. Technically Harvard Kennedy School says 2-year MPA students only need 4 graduate level courses to apply for the program. However, they say on their site and an accepted admissions video that the program is designed for students with another graduate degree. So, could I, an individual with only a bachelor's degree, apply and be accepted to the HKS MPA program? I would love any insight into this. I have looked into this program an
  4. Hi, I would love some guidance on this. Technically Harvard Kennedy School says 2-year MPA students only need 4 graduate level courses to apply for the program. However, they say on their site and an accepted admissions video that the program is designed for students with another graduate degree. So, could I, an individual with only a bachelor's degree, apply and be accepted to the HKS MPA program? I would love any insight into this. I have looked into this program and I feel like it so closely aligns with my career goals, but I do not want to waste my time, if I would not be consi
  5. Wow! Thank you so much. This is fantastic advice. Applying in fall 2022 would also give me a nice chunk of time to finish my research and bump that GRE score up, which could hopefully give me a bit of an edge. Don't mean to be cheesy, but thanks so much for the words of encouragement. It can be scary to dream so big!
  6. So, I am seriously considering applying for an MPA in the fall of 2022, but I want to know how realistic my aspirations are before dedicating a lot of time to my application and preparation. I am shooting for Harvard Kennedy School, Goldman, USC, and Princeton. My snapshot it: GPA: I graduated in 2019 with a 4.0 and as Summa Cum Laude from my state school. I also was awarded the undergraduate research scholar for my Honor's thesis and working in my Honor college's think tank. I also was awarded many merit scholarships. GRE score: I have only taken a cold practice GRE, but I
  7. Hi, So, I am seriously considering applying for an MPA in the fall of 2022, but I want to know how realistic my aspirations are. As some background on me, I graduated with dual Honor's degrees in Political Science and Anthropology in 2019 as Summa Cum Laude (top 1% of class) from my state school. I also was awarded the undergraduate research scholar for my thesis and working in my Honor college's think tank. I also was awarded many merit scholarships. Before graduating, I was in an array of very competitive law mentorship programs, but I had a change of heart in my senior yea
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