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Hi all, Thanks in advance for helping me out. I am science graduate and hold masters in Mathematics and Economics. An online micro masters in data, economics and developmental policy. I am a trained big data analyst with 1yr of experience in Business Analytics at reputed analytics firm and 2 yr of experience in data based policy analysis with International research institute (International Water Management Institute) as a pre-doctoral fellow. I wish to do PhD from top 20 grad school in US in subject related to deveopmenral economics and public policy. On qualification side. I have GRE score 169/155/3.0 (Q, V, AW) Apart from this I have 1 paper under review for international journal, 1 Book chapter under preparation, 2 papers accepted for an international conference and 2 papers presented for international conference. Have strong recommenders. Most of research work is around policy impact analysis. It will be great if anyone can help me with following things.... 1) Shall I repeat GRE with more preparation or the score is good enough? How important is AW score?? 2) Where can I get help for good SOP? 3) Good University/Departments for PhD in developmental economics or public policy analysis that I shall consider 4) Is my profile considerable for top 10 US universities or shall I downgrade my choices?? I would appreciate any help in this regards... Thanks again
Hi, I am an Econ master at George Washington University. I am facing two Econ Phd offers from UW Milwaukee and University of Texas Dallas. Is anyone in one of these two schools or have some ideas about academic strength, funding after first year, or any other related information? I am so appreciated to your help. I just feel helpless since I have been U.S for only two years and just received those two late offers and need two make a quick respond.
The Oxford Doctoral (DPhil) Programme is designed for students wishing to pursue academic careers in leading universities. The School administers a variety of scholarships and award schemes to support doctoral students. The admissions office will help you to identify and secure a suitable scholarship to support you during the course of your doctoral studies. The Oxford Fidelity Scholarship and Alliance is intended to spur research in financial economics, with a particular emphasis on understanding the behaviour of asset prices (such as stocks, bonds, commodities and foreign exchange), and the practice of investment management. The Alliance provides full scholarship funding for up to two simultaneous students pursuing a Doctoral Programme at Saïd Business School in the financial economics route. The application deadline for October 2012 entry is 13 January 2012. Information on how to apply can be found here: http://www.sbs.ox.ac...onsProcess.aspx