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Hi everyone! I am 25 years old, I already hold a BA in communication from an italian uni, and a MSc in political sciences from the London School of Economics (LSE). I am currently working in international organizations such as the UN - it's now been almost 2 years. I would like to study again, most likely next year or in 2020, and I always wanted to go to a top tier US university - Harvard being the top choice. The fact is, my family cannot afford to pay me a Master at Harvard uni at the Kennedy School of Government or the GSAS, and as an international student I would never receive financial a
So I got accepted into Upenn's Master's of Liberal Arts program as well as Dartmouth's Master's of Liberal Studies. Has anyone heard of these (M.L.A/M.L.S) degrees? Are these degrees employer friendly? I applied to these degree programs because of the chance to write a thesis since I want to do research on government--more specifically politically economy. I am not sure if I should enroll in one of the previously mentioned (M.L.A/M.L.S) programs or if I should just get my Master's in government at Johns Hopkins AAP program (which I also got into). Not sure which to choose? I just don't want to