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Hello Everyone. I'm an Economics undergraduate student at Università Bocconi. (going on exchange at the University of Virginia on spring 2018). My GPA is 26,7/30, but 27,5 if we concentrate on quantitative/economics subjects. I have taken the GRE (164Q, 163V, 3AW). I have sincerely outstanding academic refererences and I think I have written a very well balanced personal statement. No working experience, good IELTS and I speak fluently french, too. I know that at LSE they look a lot at the average, and that is my flaw together with the 3 at the GRE AW (however, I got 93% on verbal.)
Hi guys, I am a 23-year old French student who has applied for the PhD in Public Policy & Administration at Bocconi University, Milan. Wondering if anyone could evaluate my profile to get an idea of whether I have some decent chances of being accepted. - Undergraduate studies: Bocconi University, Bachelor in International Economics, Management and Finance - Top 5% of the cohort - Graduate studies: Sciences Po Paris, Master in International Economic Policy (2-year programme) - Top student of the cohort (expectef to get my diploma in July) - GRE: 166 Q; 161 V; 4.5 AW
I recently got admitted into two programs with a full tuition waiver: Bocconi's M.Sc. in Economics and in Georgetown's M.A. in Applied Economics. Naturally, GU's housing and other costs would be much higher than Bocconi's (only 3-5k a year), and Bocconi is in top 5 European economics schools (Oxbridge and LSE are the only ones ranked higher, UCL is pretty-much leveled). Also, Bocconi is in top 16-17 econ schools in the world. Georgetown's economics ranking is much lower, but it seems to me it's a brand and quite a name... Since I intend to get a job, preferably in Europe, after my master's, wh
Hi, I have applied to quite a few Masters and PhD in Economics, and so far I have only received two responses, both which were somewhat positive, an admission offer from SFU with a $21,000 scholarship and an admission offer from Bocconi. Now, my problem is that Bocconi expect an answer before March 11th and SFU by then end of the month. I am still waiting for Cornell, UBC, and the University of Zurich (I sent that one very late, like 2-3 weeks ago). I honestly don't know what to do. Should I email them and let them know of my other deadlines (and offers?), and see if they can give me an idea o