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  1. Starting a thread for those applying to CIPA this application cycle, 20-21. I submitted my application 3 Sept and my last letter of recommendation trickled in on 11 Sept. I know that they accept applications on a rolling basis, I'm just wondering the speed of things with COVID? Based on past posts, I doubt anyone applied as early as I did, but has anyone heard anything?
  2. So I am a bit confused with the CIPA timeline tho it is rolling basis. I submitted on video interview on Jan 30th and still waiting...
  3. Hi guys, I'm an international student with an economics degree from a top Canadian uni. (But I am not a Canadian). I was admitted to Johns Hopkins SAIS MA in DC, Heinz MSPPM-DA and Cornell CIPA MPA In general, I was struggling with a stronger interest in macro research (SAIS) vs a possibly better employment outcome from a STEM degree (Heinz) I found myself more interested in macroeconomic research + international relations. So SAIS is more closely related in that regard though the curriculum as many overlaps with my undergrad degree and less quantitative focused (Econ waiver ex
  4. Hi guys, just wondering are we supposed to hear back from CIPA by early or mid-March? Feel free to share your offer if you've already got one. Thanks!
  5. Hi, Does anyone know what questions Cornell CIPA asks your recommenders? Thanks in advance.
  6. Hi all, I’ve been lucky enough to be accepted to my top two programs, the Master of Public Administration at Cornell and the MPA- Environmental Science and Policy at Columbia. I am kind of torn as to what to do, as both programs have strengths that seem equally important for me, so I was hoping I could get some advice from a forum I have religiously stalked this entire process ? With the funding I have received, what I have saved, and living expenses factored in, Cornell is about 13k cheaper, but I would be alright paying a little more for the program from Columbia if that was a better op
  7. I have been browsing the forums for some time now but haven't found any applicants to Cornell CIPA 2018. Has anyone heard from CIPA, or does anyone have an idea of what their timeline is this year? I submitted my application January 15 and I am waiting since then
  8. I'm starting this thread to connect with other applicants to Cornell CIPA 2018.
  9. Any thoughts?
  10. I thought the waiting period was the most torturing, it turned out the decision time is no less tougher. I'm having a tough time deciding between SAIS (International Development - IDEV) and Cornell's CIPA (MPA - International Development/ Social Policy concentration). I'm actually accepted into SIPA (MPA) as well but without any funding offer, so this makes it impossible to me to even consider SIPA as a choice. I am, therefore, down to these two-- CIPA and SAIS. They offer me equally generous fundings so money is not the deciding factor here. I know SAIS seems like an obvious choice as it
  11. Dear friends, I am stuck in a MAJOR dilemma and my life has been majorly messed up because of it. I would appreciate some responses urgently, as I have to make a decision as soon as possible. So I am a Pakistani student with a passion for policy and development, but still confused about what to specialize in. I completed my undergrad in June 2016 and have worked in an NGO in agriculture since (1 year). I applied to Cornell CIPA in Jan, 2017 and got in with a 40% tuition reduction. Because CIPA's base tuition is $34k, my per year tuition is $20k (which is very little compared to compe
  12. Hi all I am having difficulty deciding which schools to attend, and have yet to find any other info on CIR. Kindly share with me your thoughts! Got accepted to Chicago's CIR, Chicago's Harris and Cornell's CIPA program and still waiting to hear back from Columbia but likely to get rejected as saw many acceptances already. All programs are really good and in terms of funding, I got a decent amount each... I researched quite extensively on location, program, career development but would appreciate any second opinions! Thanks in advance!!
  13. Dear friends in Gradcafe. I'm an applicants of MPA (master of public administration) from China. And I have received 2 offers: Master of Science Public Policy &Management (CMU), MPA (CIPA) . I cannot make a final decision because both of them are great program that I want to be enrolled. About my futural plan: after finish a MPA program, I want to pursue study for PhD in policy research or applied economics. Therefore, I prefer to choose CIPA because of the Ivy reputation. However, I don't konw whether the low-ranking of CIPA will impact my Phd application? On the other hand, the MSPP
  14. I know that many people wanted to but were unable to attend these open houses. In an attempt to provide more information to those people, here is a brief wrap-up of how it went. Sorry if it's fragmented, I’m just freestyling this and putting down my thoughts as they come. If anyone has specific questions, feel free to ask. I will inevitably leave a lot out. MAXWELL. I arrived the day before the event and spent time walking around campus and exploring the town. While the campus is big and relatively beautiful, the surrounding town leaves a lot to be desired. It is small and unappea
  15. Hi all, I feel like this is one of the few places I can turn to for sound advice. My family and friends only know so much about this and as a result their opinion is often based on nothing concrete. Let me start by saying I feel very fortunate for being admitted to some great programs. With each acceptance, however, my ultimate decision continues to grow more difficult. There are so many factors that go into making the right decision; professors, career services, funding, location etc. My interests are in international development and I have been working in Africa for the past
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