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I'm not sure if this is the right place to ask but I just thought i would give it a try.. I am an international student from university of Waterloo in Environment and Business(Honors degree) with Econ as minor. I'm in my 3B term with an overall average of 88 and I am interested in Mcmaster's globalization and economic policy(master's program) or Waterloo's global governance. I heard they are very selective when it comes to international students so I was just wondering if I get any chance? I would really appreciate if any international students can share their experience with me.
Hi everyone, I'm having a lot of difficulty deciding between the Master of Arts Globalization and International Development (SIDGS) and Master of Arts Public and International Affairs (GSPIA) at uOttawa. SIDGS has offered me a far greater scholarship while GSPIA has offered me a scholarship, but much lower. Should I be basing my decision on scholarship? I haven't done as much research into SIDGS as I'd have liked to, but on the surface level, I'm having difficulties identifying the differences between what SIDGS and GSPIA offer (aside from GSPIA's faculty and internship program, I know they are also more widely known, but in terms of courses or subject matter, I don't really know what the real differences are). I'm hoping for any advice in picking between these two programs! Thanks so much in advance.
Hello! I have a question regarding admissions into the University of Ottawa's Masters in Globalization and International Development. I read online that the minimum required admission grade within your last 2 years of study was 75% so a B+. My average for my last 2 years of study is between 70-74% so a B. However, I have international research experience, work experience (political and service oriented), great references and is fluent in 3 languages (French, English and Spanish). What do you think are my chances of getting admitted? I would really appreciate it. Suggestions are welcome as well. Thank you!