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I am looking for advice from anyone who has tried/succeeded in negotiating your aid package. I would appreciate strategies and feedback from anyone who has done this, regardless of their program. However, my admission is to DU Korbel for IDEV. I received scholarships for 39% of tuition and an offer for an hourly "aide" position.
Hi there! So I'm in a bit of a conundrum, and would like to hear your ideas for solutions. I'm aiming to apply to JHU's SAIS MA by Nov. 1st for a fall 2017 entrance (I know-- I want that early deadline advantage!) I need two letters of rec, and at least one from a professor. In February of this year, a professor who I was a research assistant for as an undergrad, reached out to me to help her edit her trade dispute assessment paper to make it more agreeable and clarify complex ideas in preparation for publication at an American law journal. My job was basically to provide
Hi! I have a quick question with a lengthy explanation. If anyone could help me, that would be great! I was accepted to the Linguistics program at Syracuse, and the English Sociolinguistics program at NC State. They're my two top choices, with NC State just slightly above Syracuse. The problem is funding--I'm on a TESOL TA waitlist at Syracuse, and unfunded at NC State. My acceptance e-mail from Syracuse said: "The Linguistics MA Committee has completed its evaluation of candidates for financial awards, and it is with real regret that I must inform you that you were not chosen to receive a