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Found 8 results

  1. Hi all, I am posting this question to anyone who might have applied to anthropology program at Washu/Wustl. Have you had interview with them? If yes, when and how many times. I have not heard anything yet and at this moment I cannot wait anymore. I have seen four updates in the result page stating interviews with faculty members. Thank you so much.
  2. Hi all! I submitted my application for WashU on Nov 1. Since then the status has been "application under review" until today it turned to "decision rendered." However, I can't see anywhere what that decision is! Any ideas?!
  3. Hi! I have been accepted to both UChicago School of Social Service Administration and Washington University in St. Louis Brown School of Social Work. Same amount of scholarship around 80%. They feel like very different programs but I will get the full scoop in April during admitted students day. At WashU, I would pursue the MSW with the Social and Economic Development Concentration and policy or system dynamics specialization. I would look at doing a public service fellowship through the school that would place me in local government to support different local initiatives and get my foot into local politics and public administration. The thing I like about WashU is the number of resources and programming they have in place to fast track your skill development and networking opportunities. The curriculum is also very flexible and they provide many hands-on learning courses, such as, consulting and incubator classes. At SSA, I would pursue the AM (equivalent to MSW) and pursue the social administration track. There aren't as many specific school-based supports or programming but UChicago is such a well resourced and vibrant school in an awesome city that would provide a similar level of resources and support. The program provides a wide breadth of course options on issues in philanthropy, social policy, and their intersection of clinical practice which is a big interest of mine. There are also opportunities to take courses at Booth, the law school, and the Harris school of public policy. Many alumni seem to gain access to influential spaces in Chicago, DC, and NYC. WashU does also but seems it's more common for SSA grads. I also feel from my previous visits to the school that UChicago will be more rigorous and challenge me more personally and academically. But that may be a false perception. I am looking at potentially working in community development, philanthropy, and/or government throughout my career. I have worked in education (K-12) and policy research in DC that past 6 years. Does anyone have thoughts on the schools and what to consider in my decision? Thanks!
  4. Any WUSTL applicants waiting for a decision? I thought it'd be fun to make a thread seeing as there was none! Post here if you get any info from the school!
  5. Hi, I am an international student. I have been admitted into UT Austin's MArch 1 and WashU's MArch 1 program but I'm unable to decide which one is better. WashU offers me $18,000 fellowship and its March 1 is STEM program while UT Austin is not. In my opinion, Austin is much better than St. Louis as a city to live, to study and to work. I prefer to work in US after graduate from grad school. I don't know about the education environment, reputation and faculty of the two schools of Architecture in US, so I need your advice. Thank you in advance.
  6. I got accepted to Washington University in St. Louis DBBS and UT Southwestern medical center for biomedical sciences. Which one should I choose?
  7. Hello!In January I was accepted into Washington University in St. Louis, and in the last weeks I was accepted into MGH IHP in Boston, and Murphy Deming college in Virginia . I am having a lot of trouble deciding between the 3. WashU- I truly can see myself here. I appreciate all of the connections, the low price of living, and that student health insurance is included in tuition. Definitely would push me to grow, as it would be a step outside of what I'm used to, living in the city. Top ranked school might give me more opportunities finding a job after graduating. Facilities were not as nice and updated as the others. Very welcoming faculty members. Murphy Deming- I love the smaller class size and the inter professional design. Coming from Wyoming, I know I would feel more in my comfort zone living in rural Fishersville, VA. Facilities much more impressive than WashU. Low price of living.MGH- I feel this school is a good mix between WashU and Murphy Deming. The facilities are amazing, inter professional design, and I felt the school has many valuable connections. However, the price of living is crazy! Can anyone offer their opinion on the schools?
  8. Hey Guys, I remember being in undergrad and sometimes feeling so distant from my peers because I was an international student. Well, here I am again on this voyage about to feel even weirder, this time as a grad student. I thought that we should have a space where we could be able to share experiences, answer questions, give advice, or just a space where you say what makes you feel ok about yourself. Good luck everyone! Disclaimer: I worked with International Services during my undergrad but this does not make me an immigration official. Although I can give my opinion on certain situations based on past experience, I recommend contacting your school directly about these questions.
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