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  1. Hello I am currently in my final year of my undergrad Bachelors in Economics and have been admitted for this fall 2012 batch, so basically I'll be right out of undergrad and going for my masters. I am interested in working in the International trade and development sector and policy making. International organisations like world bank, UNDP etc I have received no aid what so ever from BU while I ave a tuition scholarship from Graduate Institute, even without the scholarship it pans out to be cheaper relative to Boston. However I'd like to know is BU that good a school for economics that I should take on the financial burden and reject the Geneva Option, keeping in mind my career goal which is focussed in the International Sector. I'm leaning towards the Graduate Institute, but I'm wondering whether giving up on an American University which is quite good is the right choice? Thanks
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