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  1. it has been 5 months since I have applied to this course and still no answer!
  2. Hi guys, I'm a non-European , who was put on the gender studies master's waiting list at CEU. They asked me to wait till May 30th for an offer. Feeling extremely nervous as one month has gone by and only one month remains. Has anybody else been put on the waiting list and been accepted (maybe for this same course/maybe some other)? Also, is anybody else on the waiting list for this course? Hoping for some replies to soothe this gut-wrenching anxiety !
  3. A group for people who have applied to University of Toronto for MEng Electrical and Computer Engineering
  4. Creating a thread to discuss the range of masters programs for psych. Waiting to hear from: Columbia, NYU, American University, Wake Forest, Fordham. Anyone else just.... waiting...? I have been watching the PhD forums, and am thrilled to see everyone receiving interviews/admits to their programs, but I feel as though the masters programs are much, much slower. Post below any updates you have to your programs! Not sure how many prospective MA students there are out there
  5. Hello everyone, I have a BSc in biochemistry and am looking for a MSc program in europe. I got a job in neuroscience research for a public institution right after graduation and it was then when I decided I wanted to go to industry rather than academia. I have several interests which are perhaps not 100% related to my bachelor's. Some of these are: Engineering (programming, AI, ML, nanotech, robotics) Design (creating things for practical use, creative process) Pharma (Drug pathways/delivery) Finance (project management) Biochem (neuro, lab work, cancer, ageing) I know it is imp
  6. Hi all! I thought I'd start a thread for those of us applying/waiting/accepted or declined into master's for mental health counseling programs. I'm just curious about others' experiences with the admissions/decisions process so far and wanted to connect!
  7. Anyone waiting for the admission results of the Physics and Astronomy programs of the University of Calgary? Are you already admitted or rejected? I don't want to bother my prospective professor or the administrative coordinator (Ms. Evans) by emailing them. I would appreciate it if we can share our information about this program.
  8. Which University would be better for MS CS
  9. For F21 Masters, Khoury NEU is asking a deposit of 750 dollars to admits. The website said 100 dollars, admit letter asks for 750. Isn't 750 a bit too much? I don't have decisions from other universities yet. What should I do? Anybody thinking of paying them this amount?
  10. I've got offers from all of these schools and I'm trying to decide where to go. I'm more leaning towards Waterloo or McMaster since they are much closer to me than UBC which is the other side of the country. I'm interested in algebra/number theory mostly. Another thing is that I received an NSERC CGS-M at McMaster so my funding is better there, and I would feel kind of silly turning that down. But I think that overall Waterloo is a better school for math. There is research at both places I find interesting though. Any thoughts?
  11. Seeking help in deciding between these two programs. I'm coming straight out of undergrad (domestic student) as a stats major with no relevant internship experience (covid) and seeking to break into data science. Both of these programs seem to value their master's students much more than other schools (I've already decided against Columbia), while Duke might have a slight edge here due to the smaller class size. I'm fairly indifferent between the two locations, but I feel like Chicago would have more attractive job/internship opportunities locally, and a similar or better reputation nationwid
  12. Hello all, April 15 is the deadline to decide where I'll be going for my Master's in Stats! I'm posting here to get a better idea of where I should go. Here are my options: UChicago, Duke, UNC-Chapel Hill, UW-Madison, and ETH Zurich. Worth noting is that UW-Madison is free, although money isn't really a concern for me. As of now, I'd say I'm definitely leaning UChicago based on its prestige and the strength of its master's program. While I'm not that interested at the moment in pursuing a PhD following my Master's, I suppose leaving that door open can't hurt and that there's a lot of good
  13. I'm an Indian pursuing my undergraduate degree, BA in triple majors (Journalism, Psychology, English). I was born in a Christian missionary family. This has influenced me a lot and it's my dream to pursue a degree in theology from the ivy league schools. The diversity and course structure of divinity schools in the US really attracted me. I was blessed to be a part of four mission trips across the length and breadth of my country. The exposure I gained through it is something which not everyone is fortunate to have. It really moved my heart and inspired me to contribute to the society.
  14. Hello, As Public Health applications will be opening soon (depending on when you're applying to of course) and being the thread for last year was already released months before this, I jumped the gun and thought a thread for us to discuss, share our thoughts, feelings, fears, and the trials and tribulations of Public Health applications would be helpful. I also find it helpful to know who's applying where I'm excited to start this journey and I'm hoping we all see acceptance letters/emails in under a year! Schools/programs I plan to apply to: UBC MPH UBC MSc in PPH (alre
  15. Hey Everyone!! Just wondering if there are any schools (online/residential) that have late deadlines or rolling admissions at this point?? Thanks!
  16. Has anyone else applied to/heard back from Pratt's new IXD program?
  17. I'm not sure which program to decide on as they both seem to be great programs on paper. The draw of UCB is that it is a 1 year program, but I don't think they touch on the fundamentals as much as an MS degree would. If anyone has any insight, it would be very helpful!
  18. Hi all! I was hoping some people could provide feedback on a variety of programs I've been accepted to. It has been a little challenging for me to figure out what programs are strong and what programs are weak programs. I've been accepted into the following programs (all at a masters level); Springfield College in MA, University of New Haven in CT, University of Hartford in CT, University of Maryland in Baltimore County in MD, Hofstra University in NY and finally University of Cincinnati in OH. I would great appreciate any feedback and information that people have about these schools. Th
  19. Hey, has anyone heard back from Concordia's MA Creative Art Therapies department yet (Art/Drama/Music Therapy)? My application status still says "Your file is being assessed and we will notify you when a decision has been made." The interviews were at the end of Feb but they didn't tell us when to expect a decision and I was hoping someone on here could help provide more clarity!
  20. Hiya, I am applying for microbiology/virology PhD programmes in the fall. Most applications require a minimum of 3 referees and a maximum of 5. I am on an integrated masters programme in the UK. I was wondering what the split between professors who have taught me (one to one teaching, so know me very well) and research supervisors? At the time of the application in Dec, I will have been about a month in into my masters year research project (start first week of Nov, Covid delayed everything). Should I ask my lab PI who is supervising my masters to write me a LoR despite the fact that he w
  21. I'm heartbroken as I've applied to 14 schools so far (for PhD) and I've heard back from 11, all rejections. Three left but I am not counting on them, probably gonna be rejections. I know it's last minute but I am now applying to masters programs. I've already applied to Brandeis, UW Milwaukee, Georgia State, Texas Tech, and Houston for the US ones. I am also looking into the UK ones but I am not sure if I should bother applying there for the purpose of doing the masters and coming back to the States to do a PhD in the States. The ones that I'm looking into right now are SASP (St. Andrews
  22. So I just received a generic rejection mail from Simon Fraser University Canada. Does this mean that there is a high chance of me being rejected from the universities ranked above it? Schools am planning to apply to (Fall Term 2021): University of British Columbia McGill University Simon Fraser University (Rejected) University of Manitoba University of Guelph McMaster University University of Waterloo Programs: M.Sc. in Statistics PROFILE! Type of Student: International South Asian Female Undergraduate Institution: Top 5 Sri
  23. Hi, everyone! Would really appreciate any insight or advice as I struggle with my grad school decision. I got in to both of my top masters programs: Boston University School of Medicine and Penn GSE. I love both schools so much, and am really struggling to decide where to go. I like that BU's program is in their medical school and is CACREP accredited. I also really could see myself living in Boston. But then UPenn is UPenn, and I would get two masters in two years. I haven't heard much about living in Philadelphia, so that's really my only worry. If you have any advice o
  24. Recently applied to the Clinical Social Work program at FSU and was wondering if anyone else applied to this program. If so, how long did it take to hear back? My application was completed on January 29th and it has been roughly 5 1/2 weeks so I'm lowkey nervous that I haven't heard back yet...
  25. I recently finished the application season (Masters) and have the following acceptances: UCSD, Duke, Columbia, Boston University, Northwesterm These are amongst others (Yale, Berkeley, Cornell, Michigan, UCLA, etc.) however they were either one year or non-thesis programs, or the university's main focus was not BME so I have decided to throw those out. Again if you think that isn't a wise decision please let me know. I have also been waitlisted at Hopkins, and am looking to accept that should I get in. Anyone familiar with these schools that can help me out? I am looking ve
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