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  1. Hi everyone. Currently I'm planning to apply for a master program in order to satisfy the degree requirement of PhD admission in the Europe. Since I already have several years' research experience and 10+ publications, I want to save time and get into PhD study ASAP. Thus my initial plan was to apply for an one-year master program this year and then I will apply for the PhD positions/programs so that I can start my PhD next fall. But something was wrong with my visa application and finally I missed the register deadline. Now I have two plans: 1. Apply for an one-year master program started in next spring. The problem is that I am not sure which countries in the Europe have such programs. 2. Apply for an one-year online master program. The problem is that I'm not sure if it is recognized in PhD admission in the Europe. Can anyone give me some advices? Thank you!
  2. So I'm currently making a list of possible online mfa in Creative writing grad schools to apply to. My main requirement is that it be completely online (0 residency required). I'm also focusing on price, availability of financial aid, and quality of education. Does anyone have any recommendations? I've spent hours looking and this is what I have so far: UAMONT, UTEP, nsula, Lindenwood, national university, tiffin MA humanities, and wnmu MA in interdisciplinary studies. Both tiffin and wnmu have writing concentrations. Does anyone have some insider knowledge on these programs? Thanks!
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