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  1. I have received admit offers from London School of Economics for their Global Masters in Management program and Rice University for their MBA (non-STEM) program. Rice is also offering me a substantial scholarship as a Forté fellow. I am confused regarding which program to choose considering the job scenario after graduation since I will have to pay off an education loan (USA will offer a 1-year OPT period, and UK will offer 2 years). Currently, I have a year of work experience as a digital marketer in India and aim to be in strategy/management consulting after graduation. Which prog
  2. Dear GradCafe community, I’m an international law attorney currently working in India for a mid-size law firm and I’m planning to move to the UK for good; looking to transition into a job involving more of policy advocacy and policy analysis. I have applied to both Cambridge (have already received an offer, waiting on scholarships) and Oxford (waiting to hear from them) for their respective public policy programs; however, I’m unsure of the prospects which might be there after a public policy degree from the prestigious Oxbridge. I do have the right to work in the UK, but quite scep
  3. Hi everyone! I'm curious to know if any Americans on here have decided to pursue doctoral studies in clinical psychology in the UK. If so, I'd love to hear more about your story (Were you able to practice in the UK afterward? Did you decide to go back to the US to practice instead? Did you have issues with either of those two routes work eligibility-wise? Etc.). Since this tends to be more of a unique case, "Americans hoping to study/practice clinical psychology in the UK" turns up some pretty murky Internet search results, so I'd love some insight. ?
  4. I have already read up on all the relevant posts ever posted here on this forum but I think I still could do with some more of your opinions about which school I should go for. First of all, I have already got my offer for doing master's degree from five UK universities: UCL (MA), KCL (MA), St Andrews (MLitt), Warwick (MA), Durham (MA). I plan to move on to doctoral degree--at least for the moment!--and hopefully I could do so either at Oxford or Cambridge, or any top tier universities in the States. My main interest is in Philosophy of Language and I'm also deeply interested in problems
  5. Hi to all, Having graduated from one of Turkey's reputable universities in 2010 ( BS Engineering, gpa 2.01), I began to work in sales and marketing departments of corporate companies. Now having worked 5 years full time, I decided to add an mba vision both for myself and my career. I want to ask you which way I should follow? I need your advices. -Can I apply for a grad school such a low gpa? Does it sound logical for admittance? -Should I just prefer only my country Turkey for Mba or does having an Mba from USA or UK get more to my career? -Should I decide the grad school
  6. Hello fellow students, I have a quick question for any postgraduate (preferablely a masters student) currently studying in one of the london universities. Is studying in London any good? I am super excited to apply for neuroscience at Kings and Imperial (and maybe UCL but its very expensive) but after sending my applications off, I now need to make a plan for if I actually end up going. Whats living in london like? Is it very expensive for postgrads to live in london? What were or are your financial plans for your studies? If you go to Kings or Imperial, what is it like to study there?
  7. Hello fellow students, I have a quick question for any postgraduate (preferablely a masters student) currently studying in one of the london universities. Is studying in London any good? I am super excited to apply for neuroscience at Kings and Imperial (and maybe UCL but its very expensive) but after sending my applications off, I now need to make a plan for if I actually end up going. Whats living in london like? Is it very expensive for postgrads to live in london? What were or are your financial plans for your studies? If you go to Kings or Imperial, what is it like to study there?
  8. I've just graduated with a BA in History of Art and am taking a year off before enrolling in an MA programme, which means I should soon start applying for 2017 entry. My main area of interest is 19th century European painting - French (and American) and German - and, besides the Courtauld programme, I've so far found very few programmes in the UK which offer units/options on 19th century art, so I'm kind of lost as to what other MA programmes I should apply for in order to pursue my interest in 19th century painting does anyone have any advice? thanks in advance
  9. I just got accepted to Durham University in the UK! Can anyone give me a decent picture of what living in Durham is like?
  10. So my friend is contemplating going to UK for his masters degree. He is majoring in Philosophy and is set on ultimately getting a PhD. However, his grades aren't the strongest (about a 3.3 overall and a 3.4-3.5 in Philosophy) which is holding him back from applying straight to PhD programs. I believe he is mainly interested in the philosophy of logic, however he is a little torn on the specifics and has yet to make up his mind definitely (though he doesn't have to start applying until the Fall). So his question is, what is the difference between the two masters programs? We found the we
  11. Hi all, How does a Masters (MSc) from England transfer over when you are applying to PhD programs in the states? I was accepted for a one-year Msc Social-Cultural Anthropology at the London School of Economics. When applying for PhD programs, do you get to skip the first year that focuses on theory/general courses? Does having a Masters from an internationally renown school help you get into better graduate programs (like top-tier)? Thanks!
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