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Hi everyone. I am a prospective applicant for MA philosophy at York University for fall next year 2018. The admission window would soon be open for 2018. Please, what is the possibility of getting full funding for grad study at York, as is stated on their website? Thanks guys!
Just when I was home and dry with my funded UT Austin offer, Gatech showed up with a similar GA Funding....and now I've got a decision to make. I would like any comments as to the prestige and quality of the ChemE PhD program in these two schools. Your advice on which would provide a more rounded experience in ChemE would also be appreciated. Thanks.
Hi guys! I was recently admitted to an MA program. They think they can offer me full funding and that I should expect an official decision "soon." Their website says: "Students who accept fellowship and/or grant awards will be required to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)." It doesn't elaborate as to why students need to fill out the FAFSA, nor am I certain of what type of funding my program is offering me (although I do know I'll get a TAship in the second year.) I just completed the FAFSA, and my EFC was higher than I thought it would be, perhaps because I'm on a significant salary right now. I obviously won't be making that amount of money once I get into graduate school. Do you think that this program will look at the EFC and the income I made this past year and think "Oh, she earned (dollar amount) this past year, she can afford us" and then rescind their full funding offer? Sorry if this is a silly question. I don't understand the way these things work. Thanks in advance