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  1. Ive secured an internship at the United Nations in NYC but the dates overlap with the fall semester. NYU has said they'll give me course credit for the internship, whereas Oxford says apply next year with no guarantee of admissions. What is a better program in the long run? I'm interested in applying for PhD's in America after I've completed the masters. Is oxford as prominent for US PhD's? Thanks!
  2. Hi! I'm currently a senior at TCNJ. I'm a Psych/Public Health dual major. I'm just going to list some of the things that will hopefully make me stand out, but I'm also going to attach my (really, really rough and in progress so don't judge) CV for more detail and stuff: my gpa is a 3.93/4.0 Phi Beta Kappa Lots of work with diverse individuals due to TCNJ's proximity to Trenton 120 hours in Fall 2017 at a nonprofit in Trenton that works with adolescents of different demographics (LGBTQ, homeless, etc) with emotional and behavioral challenges I've been in a research lab on campus since January that focuses on youth and community development, doing two major projects at a Trenton full-service elementary school DBT infused group work with 4th graders Mindfulness First author of an accepted Eastern Psychological Conference presentation submission I guess I'm just trying to figure out how competitive these MSW programs are & what my chances are? also, if anyone wants to review my previous statement, lmk (: real rough.docx
  3. Hi everyone! I'm an International Student. I applied to NYU's Tisch School of the Arts MFA Dramatic Writing Program from December 19th and I was told that notifications are sent out ANYTIME between MARCH 1st and APRIL frickin 15th! I am going crazy!!! It's almost the end of March and I haven't seen ANY applicants on this site with a decision for this program. In fact, I think one of the key committee members has been out of office for 1 week or so, with no "return date" in his automated email reply, so I don't know when he's expected back. I don't want to keep emailing admissions to annoy anyone, but this is ROUGH! At least with Brown University, they stuck to the date they gave (although it was just as long of a wait). At least they stuck to their date. Tisch, I don't know what's taking them so long... I mean... they have 1 month AND 15 days and I haven't seen ONE decision on the Results Search page... sigh... I'm also waiting on Boston U's MA Journalism which I was told would be out by next week.... but Tisch.... what is going on in that dept? Does anyone know? Thanks!
  4. Hi guys, I currently got accepted into NYU Interactive Telecommunication Program (no scholarship) and Pratt Information Experience Design (awarded with scholarship). Question: which one should I go for? I love both of the programs and they are both prestigious schools. The fact that Pratt has awarded with a fair amount of scholarship has indeed made it very tempting... On the other hand, the fame and community of NYU ITP are very fascinating to me as well. Could some give me any advice? Thanks a lot in advance
  5. I was admitted to SIPA for the MPA in Development Practice and NYU Wagner for the MPA in Public & Non Profit Management & Policy (International specialization) and was fortunate to receive funding from both. I'm aware that it's possible to request additional funding from each school, but as of now I'd be paying ~45k out of pocket for the 2 years at NYU and ~68k for the 2 years at Columbia. With a 22k difference (and this doesn't even include living expenses!), I'd like to know how Columbia's and NYU's programs compare (in terms of academics, internship & career opportunities, networking, practical skills training, faculty accessibility, etc.) and if I would be getting infinitely more from Columbia that would justify the extra 22k. Will I have better job prospects and networking opportunities if I go to Columbia over NYU? Is the International MPA track at NYU comparable to SIPA's MPA-DP program in terms of skills & material learned? How accessible & involved are faculty at each? If you were in my shoes what would you pick and why? P.S I want to work in program management / development for an international NGO or foundation upon graduation with plans to found my own organization in the near future (hence why those hard skills & networks are extremely important to me).
  6. I've been admitted to both ITP ($10K/y scholarship) and IDM (no scholarship) at NYU. As far as I researched, ITP's tuition costs almost twice as much as IDM's. I heard the two programs are very similar in what they teach and students can take classes interchangeably and they even share the same building and classrooms. When applying, ITP was my first choice mainly because it is more recognized and has a larger network of alumni but I'm not sure if these factors would outweigh the tuition difference. Which one should I choose? Any advice would be greatly appreciated!
  7. As said above, I really don't know what to do. MS in Information Systems on NYU or MS in Computer Science in UChicago. Costs are the same. Any thoughts?
  8. As I, like several others, might find myself facing a choice between NYU and programs in other—far cheaper—cities, I am hoping that there might be a current NYU student or two hanging around that could share their experiences living in New York on the NYU English program funding. I know the finding package is robust, but I am worried about, among other considerations, rent and the cost of food. Grateful for any insight anyone can provide!
  9. LOiseauRouge

    NYU — Fall 2019

    Hi everyone! I decided to create this thread for those heading to NYU in the Fall. I'm going to be attending as a French Lit PhD student! I'm looking forward to getting to know everyone!
  10. Hey everyone! Is anyone else torn between NYU vs Teachers College for a MA in Psychology? I feel like I'm leaning towards Teachers College, but I honestly don't know which school is better. My ultimate goal is to obtain a doctorate after I complete the Masters program. Thanks!
  11. Hello all! I have recieved admits from the following universities: University of Texas at Austin - Business Analytics - No scholarship New York University (GSAS) - Data Science - No scholarship University of California at LA - Business Analytics - No scholarship Arizona State - SE Awaiting - Rutgers NB (Data Science) Rejects - UWash - Data Science USC - Data Science CMU - MIS BIDA (16 Months), Data Science I am confused between UT Austin's Business Analytics and NYU's Data Science. My main ask is for a course that would give me higher chances of employability down the lane, without a bomb of loan in the pocket. My profile: International student | GRE - 321/4.5 | Toefl - 113 | Work experience - 30 months (Java developer, Deloitte) | Undergrad - 77%, ECE, national papers Any inputs and leads are much appreciated. Thanks in advance!! P.S: UT Austin's and UCLA's course does not permit TA/GA and on campus jobs. Everything needs to go from our loan. Cost wise: UCLA > UT Austin
  12. dreamingofanmph

    Anyone still waiting for Decisions?

    Still haven't heard back from NYU. Anyone else still waiting to hear back from schools?
  13. Hi All, I know this is really last minute but I have been going back and forth on my decision and couldn't really decide. Basically I applied for the applied statistics in education and got accepted by Teachers College (Ed.M. in Measurement and Evaluation), Vanderbilt (M.Ed. in Quantitative Methods), and NYU (MS in Applied Statistics in Social Science Research, A3SR). The program at Columbia seems weird because for the past six years or so there have been only two years when the program got only two students. The other years there were no students who chose this program (including last year). I'm pretty sure this is not a good sign but wonder if anyone has any other opinions (or an inside scoop) on this. The program at Vanderbilt is very new (they accepted their first cohort last year, 5 students in total) and it has an internship part attached to it. Basically all students have to complete either a semester long or a summer internship before they graduate. I'm not sure about the location (I wasn't able to make a visit) and the surrounding job market. If someone could provide insights on this, it would be very much appreciated. The program at NYU is also new (they started two years ago and they have their first graduates this May). It seems nothing special but it is considered a STEM program (as an international student, that means I can have H1B visa lottery three times instead of one) so I'm still considering it. They expect to recruit ~15 people this year. So I'm looking for information on: 1. The quality of these three programs. 2. The location and the surrounding job market. 3. Is it worth to go to NYU just because of it's a STEM program? Thank you all in advance.
  14. I am applying for a masters program in Clinical Psychology at NYU and Teachers College. I graduated with a bachelor of Science and majored in Psychology from a top school. I really want to go to Columbia Teachers college but unfortunately my GPA is low at a 3.2. I am currently looking for places to volunteer and do research before I apply to have something to add to my resume. Does anyone know if I have any chance of getting in or anything else I should do to make my application better. I am not sure how hard these programs are to get into but I am desperate to go and would love to know if anyone has any information about these schools.
  15. Hi! I've been accepted to a few schools but now its decision time and i'm picking between two schools and I'd really like any input or advice. I was accepted to NYU Wagner- MPA of Public and Nonprofit Management and Policy & the Middlebury Institute of International Studies in Monterey (MIIS) MPA- Specialization undecided. MIIS: The benefits of attending MIIS is that it has a great location in Monterey, CA. A second language would be incorporated into my curriculum. The rent is cheaper. I have nearly a half-tuition scholarship. Establishing connections seems promising. Cons: Less recognized school. Not as many opportunities as NYC. Far away from home (would like to return after living abroad for 8 years). They aren't very accommodating in regards to part time students and full-time workers. 60 credit program. NYU: Benefits would be that it is known to be prestigious. The program is well recognized throughout the world. Would establish very good connections. NYC offers lots of work opportunities. My move will be easy since it's close to home. Able to travel more easily. Cons: I don't want to live in the city. Won't know about a scholarship until 2-3 weeks from now, but was initially rejected scholarship so it doesn't seem likely I will be granted one. City is SO expensive. Tuition would be about 75 grand. Already have 32 grand in loans and that would really kill me. What are your experiences and opinions in regards to either programs, schools and with any loans?! Would it be manageable making 55 grand a year after graduation? What if I want to start a family soon? Let me know any and all opinions! Thanks!!!
  16. Anyone hear back from this program yet or know a notification of decision date?
  17. I got accepted to the master program of Latin American Studies of the universities mentioned the one of Uchicago is a one year program and gave 1/3 fee waiver. NYU with no funding at all, 1.5 years UCSD basically the same, 2 years Tulane, 2 years, full fellowship for the first year and possibly continues to the second year really not sure about which to go, they all seem to be good schools. I was not a native English speaker and am afraid that studying in Uchi may be too stressful. NYU is also good and seems to have better reputation than tulane, but too expensive. never been to NOLA, could be a fun and brand new place for my experience so if anyone can give suggestions and help me make a decision?
  18. I've been accepted into two good schools. NYU : Masters in Biotechnology & Entrepreneurship at the Tandon School of Engineering Brown University: Masters in Biotechnology. I'm facing a very difficult time deciding between these two. I am also going to be an international student. Any advice on this regard would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
  19. helloitsme1

    NYU Speech Online

    Okay so I have a bit of an odd question regarding NYUs online speech program. I applied to the program but it is not offered in the state that I currently live in. My husband has another home in another state in which the program is offered. I used that address because I am always there anyway-- I spend about 40% of my time there and 60% where I currently am. I currently have a job offer in the state I am currently in (where the program is technically not offered) and am considering taking it but does anyone think that it will affect anything? I keep telling myself its not bc the classes are all online so it doesn't really matter where I am, so long as I am in the other state by the time I do clinicals right? ? Someone please help me lol, I would really appreciate anyone's feedback.
  20. Has anybody applied to the NYU Sackler Institute of Graduate Biomedical Sciences in PhD open Program? If yes, please post your stats and decisions here below.
  21. Is anyone else deciding between the two schools? Waiting to hear about funding for both but they are both great programs just feel like NYU has so much information about Speech@NYU online program and not much about on-campus. Going to attend open houses, but can anyone share information on either? I want to be in the hospitals as a medical SLP so need to figure out which will be best for me! Wish I knew someone who is a current student in these programs. I'm from South Florida, so would be a big move.
  22. jschool20

    Anyone still waiting on NYU?

    Applied to LitRep for 2019 batch. Wait is killing me. Got into a couple of others. But if I get any aid here will give it a good consideration. I actually really liked the LitRep model, based on what the website said. Anyone else still waiting/heard back?
  23. I (international student) got accepted into these two programs, which are quite different, but I believe both could lead me to a good position as a data scientist, in the US preferably. I am struggling to make a decision. On the one hand, NYU's 2-year Master is a top-10 program in the subject that would allow me to dive deep into data science core subjects as well as to do an internship during the summer. I feel that I would learn a lot in this program, get to know a commnity that is doing cutting edge work on the field and, hopefully, access good job opportunities The program is expensive, though, and I have not received any financial support. On the other hand, Berkeley's 1-year program combines technical courses with business-oriented topics. This means there will be considerably less time to invest in pure data science work. IEOR is a very broad area but ideally I would specialize on analytics, which could get me closer to the kind of jobs I want. I know MEng alumni have pursued careers in data science and similar positions before. Of course, this program has Berkeley's amazing prestige and faculty behind it, plus a lot of networking oppportunities. Besides, it will be significantly less expensive than NYU's MS, since this is a one year program and I have been awarded a $16k grant. Any thoughts on making a decision? Thank you!
  24. Hi everyone, I have received an offer from Teachers College Columbia for their EdM in Psychological Counseling, along with an offer from NYU for an MA in Counseling for Mental Health and Wellness. Keeping the cost aside, how do these two programs compare to each other?
  25. marsieu

    NYU Political Science (F19)

    Is anyone there out who is accepted to NYU poli sci? Or still waiting for results, like me? Subfield is IR. NYU is the only school that didn't tell me my results yet and also my current top option. I know that there have been a few admissions posted here, and even one rejection and one waitlist. But still, the number of posts seems unusually a few compared to other schools. I've seen a post mention that it is not likely that there is hope of admission because deadlines for invitations for visiting day are already over. If anyone who is accepted sees this post, would you please shatter my hope if you should? Can you like tell me when the visiting day is, or that NYU accepts a small pool of students which is why there are so few posts? I just can't give up my hope and its killing me!
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