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  1. I have received an acceptance to an Erasmus Mundus MA with a fully-funded scholarship, covering everything from living expenses and tuition to plane tickets + a monthly allowance. However, I really do not believe the program to be aligned with my research interests at all. I am still awaiting the decision for my first priority program that offers a curriculum that is perfect for me and is a historically prestigious and acclaimed University. That program has no fees either, however I would have to cover the living expenses out of my own pocket, which will be challenging as an international student. I would of course still try to work part-time and secure some funding at least for the second year by applying for scholarship programs (the deadlines for this year have long passed sadly), however that is nothing concrete. I feel really conflicted right now because I don't know if choosing my academically desired program would be worth the financial hassle, when I have a mid-tier fully funded option, which only very remotely relates to my research interests. I am also unsure how I feel about Erasmus programs, as the rankings of the involved institutions are quite low, whereas my priority University is within the top 100 worldwide. Would the rankings make a difference in the long run given that I am Humanities/Art History major? What should I do? Any advice is appreciated, thanks in advance!
  2. Hey guys! First things first, is there anyone else who applied to EUPADRA and has been short-listed and invited for the interview? Second - I have got a small concern, maybe someone can help me out in resolving it. I received a full scholarship from IMCEERES and I have to reply to them by April 9th. Also, I am waiting for results from EPS next week, as well as MA in Human Rights at CEU (Central European University, Budapest). The problem is that according to those who already study EUPADRA, even after the interview they are usually notified only at the end of May about the scholarships. So I am afraid to reject IMCEERES and EPS with CEU (if I get scholarships from them) and then also get rejected by EUPADRA. Because EUPADRA is my top priority. Hope I explained it clearly. Any suggestions? Thank you in advance. Kind regards.
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