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Hello guys, I applied for Cologne Graduate School of aging PhD program in Germany. I had an online interview in December and I got accepted to attend the recruitment week which will be coundcted also online in March. I wonder if anybody here has any experience with this program or has attended the recruitment week. I would like to know what happens during this week, how should I prepare and what kind of questions I might get asked. I would be very grateful if anyone could share their experience. Much thanks in advance!
Hey there, I just completed my Bsc in Economics and I want to go abroad in order to: learn another language, get a stronger degree (my university is not globally recognized as I wish it was) I ended up with several applications and I've been admitted in: Msc in Economics at Heidelberg University Msc in Economics at Koln (Cologne University) Msc in Economics at FAU (Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg) Msc in Finance at SDU (University of Southern Denmark). I think I'd enjoy the Msc in Finance, but I do understand that nowadays the brand is a thing. Therefore since I liked micro, macro, etc., I am oriented on the German side of the list, especially between Cologne and Heidelberg . Do you guys have any recommendation or experience you want to share? I spoke to a random guy who studied Msc in Economics at Heidelberg and, according to him, it's a super difficult programme which is rarely completed in 4 semesters.