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  1. Hi all! Long time reader, first time poster. Some background: I’ve about 4+ years of professional experience working in international development. I applied to grad school to gain some quantitative skills that I lack and to explore climate policy. I am open to a career in the US Foreign Service but am also interested in working in the private sector, INGO or UN body afterward. Any advice/perspective on thinking through these offers is helpful - thank you in advance! LSE MPA: Unconditional offer. It’s a double degree (still within 2 years) with the University of Toronto (Master’s of Global Affairs). No financial aid, but can afford it without taking loans. I’m most excited about this one because of it’s a relatively small cohort, diverse and international, and affordable. Syracuse Maxwell MPA/MAIR: full ride merit scholarship. Seems like a solid program based on my research and conversations with students/alumni. But, I’m not so thrilled about being in Syracuse especially after having weathered most of the pandemic in rural Texas. Harvard MPP: no financial aid. Would need to take about $50K in loans. Can’t deny the brand but I’ve also heard from current students it’s not as academically rigorous.
  2. Hi - is anyone applying to this programme for Fall 2022? Also - would be super grateful for any alumni who would happy to read my SOP and provide feedback!
  3. What's the difference between CIPA and the Brooks School of Public Policy at Cornell?
  4. Just starting a thread for HKS waitlist this year! I saw the MPP thread but opening this for other programs.
  5. Hi, I'm an international student with an interest in policy. My end goal is to become a consultant for government policy, and I was wondering whether looking into internships in US government entities is reasonable or a waste of my time. Could anyone help me on this?
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