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Found 10 results

  1. James227

    HGSE Acceptance Rate By Program

    Hi, I’m looking into Harvard Graduate School of Education’s Ed.M. programs for next year or the follow. But I’m not finding much on acceptance rates. Some places mention acceptances anywhere up to 50-something% for HGSE’s masters programs, but I’m not seeing anything official. I’m leaning towards Learning and Teaching or the Teacher Education Program (TEP). Does anyone know the acceptance rates for either of these? I heard that TEP has a small cohort but how many people are actually applying? Or if nothing else, which of these Ed.M. would you say is the hardest to get into or have lots of applicants?
  2. Hi there! I'm applying to Rhetoric and Comp MA programs for Fall 2019. I'm finalizing my list of potential programs to apply to, and realize I have a dearth of "safe schools" on this list (schools with admission rates above 10%). I realize this issue is inherent to pursuing graduate programs, but does anyone know of programs that do have higher acceptance rates? Including programs without funding? Thanks!
  3. SemperDiscentes

    Advice on M.Div Programs

    Hello Everyone! I'm looking to apply to some M.Div programs next Fall (2019) and need some advice regarding what schools would be a good fit and what my chances would be of getting into them. I've spoken with a couple of professors at a few different schools, but I'm hoping that this forum could help fill in the gaps. My criteria are the following: 1) Generous funding (*highest priority) 2) Solid academic reputation that would increase chances of getting into a funded Phd program in Theology/Historical Theology 3) Not hostile to conservatives (I'm a progressive evangelical of sorts) 4) Not evangelical (I'm really interested in more mainline theology--Neo-Orthodoxy, Post-liberlism, etc.) 5) Not in Texas or Florida : ) Relevant Info on Myself: B.A. Liberty University - Pastoral Leadership & Biblical Exposition (w/Koine Greek Minor) - 3.8 GPA M.A. Liberty University - Executive Leadership (Business) - 3.9 GPA Research Interests: Contemporary/modern theology, existentialism, theology of Karl Barth/Emil Brunner, nature of Christian revelation, pneumatology Career Goal: professor, writer, pastor Current Career/Experience: Completed two ministry internships, substitute teacher at a high school, currently head of sales and marketing for a small start-up Current Church/Theological Affiliation: I'm attending an evangelical Presbyterian church (EPC), although my theology aligns much more with mainline Protestantism Programs I'm Interested In (order of interest): 1) Princeton Theological Seminary 2) Yale Divinity School 3) Boston University School of Theology 4) Candler School of Theology 5) Union Presbyterian Seminary
  4. Someone mentioned being able to find a database for this in another thread, but I've been unsuccessful. Does anyone know how to find the rates of admission for interviewed applicants? (I know it varies by field and school, but I figure folks in other fields might be interested in this as well!)
  5. Dear all, My specialism is political thought and intellectual history. At top US institutions like Princeton and Harvard, would I have a greater chance of admission if I apply for PhD programs in history, or in political science? Which field is less competitive in top research universities? Thanks, Dem
  6. Hey guys, Just went through orientation. There were 23 offers for 290 applicants this year (2016 admits) so roughly an 8% acceptance rate. This was down from least year. Program: Materials Science and Engineering PhD Hope this helps.
  7. I am thinking of applying to the university of Toronto's MSc Biostatistics program for fall 2017. However, I am from the u.s. and have read that applying to u of t for masters is similar to applying for a Phd here so I don't want to get my hopes up. If any others with experience on this could please help me get a better idea of my chance of acceptance. I'm currently majoring in statistics, my overall GPA is 3.4, major GPA is 3.5. I noticed they look at last 5 senior level courses though, which depending on fall course grades I believe could range from a 3.5-3.8 GPA. I also will have completed a thesis as an undergrad through a honors in the major program and will have a year of experience as a clinical data analyst by the time I apply. I have noticed two people have already been rejected from this program, and that international acceptance is very limited. So do you think my chance of acceptance is low(probably?), moderate(possibly?), or high(lol)? and should I turn my focus to Biostatistics programs elsewhere?
  8. ArchitectureOrBust

    Acceptance rate by major?

    Does anyone know where you can find acceptance rates by major? I want to get my masters in architecture at NC State, hopefully, and am wondering what my chances are.
  9. I'm not going to select my grad schools based on acceptance rates, but I still want to know. On another forum (CC), I saw that CU-B accepted something like 40 out of 450 applicants for chemical engineering. They're not even in the top 10, but they have a <10% acceptance rate. That's very scary for me. Where can I find these data? Do I have to contact the departments?
  10. state_school'12

    Heinz FAQ 2012 (link)

    http://www.heinz.cmu.edu/download.aspx?id=2887 Interesting... "On average: 50% of applicants are admitted"
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