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Hey everyone, I was just accepted to Wake Forest's psychology research masters program. It's a 2 year funded program that's designed for those who need more time to narrow down their research interests and gain research experience before applying to a PhD program. I applied to the program as a means of making myself a more competitive applicant for future PhD application cycles. I've heard things through word of mouth, and on some forums, that WFU has a good track record for placing students in quality clinical and non-clinical PhD programs. However, I feel like there's not a whole lot of t
Hi everyone, I've received offers for Research Masters programmes at the Universities of Leiden and Oxford and I'm really not sure which one to choose. Leiden is my first preference. It seems to have a broader course offering and the opportunity to live in continental Europe (which I really enjoyed when I visited there). On the other hand, Oxford has a second to none reputation, and this could make me more attractive in the world of academia. But for me, Leiden's programme is a better fit and I feel that the only reason I'd go to Oxford would be for the prestige factor.