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  1. Hey all! I was accepted into Penn GSE and was awarded a scholarship, but really not that much... and Penn's master's programs' tuition is quite high. Was just curious to hear from previously admitted Penn GSE students (and other master's students in general!), how you funded your tuition and made it work? I know some of my options, but just wanted to hear from you all personally! Also open to hearing currently accepted students too and how you are planning to fund your tuition. 🙂
  2. I recently got accepted to a super rad master's program in archaeology in England (consistently ranked in the top 10 in the world [brag brag blah blah]). I was so happy and proud of myself and absolutely psyched to go until I started talking to my sister about it. For some context on all the confusion I'm about to express: I had probably one of the worst career centers for archaeology at my undergrad institution. There were literally no resources and nobody in the office knew anything about getting started in archaeology. On top of that, there were only two archaeology professors in the entire
  3. Hey everyone, Hope you’re all doing well. I was an English Teacher in China for 2 years and I recently returned home. I would have loved to have stayed, but it was time for me to get back to my family. My former employers are now in need of an English teacher. I worked for a beautiful kindergarten in a city called Yueyang, in the province of Hunan, China run by a lovely Chinese/Australian couple who ended up being my second family away from home. This is a great opportunity for those that love to travel and at the same time want to make money. Living in China was absolutely thri
  4. Hi there, After contemplating graduate school for many years, with much consideration for my area of study, I finally decided that I would like to pursue a Master's in American Studies. I plan to apply to graduate school in two years. My question is whether to stay at my current place of employment or move onto a more intellectually challenging position that will most likely pay me less. Current Position Pros: a highly prestigious academic institute that could potentially bolster my CV friendships with faculty, and staff world-class speakers and programming that
  5. Hi, I was accepted into a good private school (Johns Hopkins University) for their master's program in Chemical Engineering. It is very expensive. It will cost around 53,000$ for the first year and 13000$ the second year. This is without the cost of living. I currently have 44K in debt from undergrad (BS in Chemical Engineering). Do I go another 66K in debt for a MSE in Chemical Engineering? Johns Hopkins is a great school but it is very expensive. At this point this is my only option for next year. Please comment!!
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