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  1. Hello there, I created this topic so that people who will apply or applied at IHEID can interact with other prospective students.
  2. Can anyone help out with a qualitative comparison of the two programmes? I've been accepted to both, but I know for sure that I will have to take up a substantial student loan in order to study at Fletcher. I was wondering if it would be worth it, or if I could gain a similar/better experience and job opportunities (minus a loan) at the Graduate Institute, Geneva? Also was wondering how much branding matters. Everyone around me seems to think that Fletcher is quite the name to have tagged to your CV, but don't seem to really think similarly about the Graduate Institute. Would love to hear some thoughts about this! Thanks!
  3. Hello guys, Please, I have a question concerning applying to the Graduate Institute Geneva. I am currently undertaking my master's degree in International Law and Security MLitt (under the department of Political Science and International Relations), I have a strong background in International Relations and Diplomacy(undergraduate level). I would like to apply to the Graduate Institute ,Geneva next year for my Phd program in International Relations/ Political Science. My master's dissertation topic is currently on Boko Haram and how peace can be maintained in the Northern part of Nigeria, simply put, its a focus on terrorism. My Question regarding the application is this; Will my current master's degree (International Law and Security) serve as a hindrance in my application? I ask because it is strongly advised on the school's website on having a strong and grounded background in International Relations or Political Sciences generally when considering applying for a Phd. I really appreciate if someone with the right information would take time to give me a response. THANK YOU.
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