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Help with Education Policy programs!!

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Hi!

I've applied to the following programs, and I was hoping to get some insight into which programs were worth the inve$tment - in terms of employability / phD prospects afterwards!

Would love to hear any feedback! Thank you!!

Stanford MA in POLS (Policy, Organization and Leadership Studies) - pending

Columbia University MA in Education Policy - pending

University of Pennsylvania MsEd in Education, Culture and Society - admitted with $10,000 scholarship and option to apply for GA (max. $3,500)

Georgetown University MA in Educational Transformation - (unofficially) admitted with $15,000 scholarship

NYU MA in Education and Social Policy - admitted with $500 fellowship at Education and Social Policy Institute

 

Background about me: I'm an international student. My interests lie in the role of education policy as a tool for mitigating inequality in society. I hope to work in a think tank in the US after graduation. I'd appreciate any help, especially from people who have experience in any of these programs, on sorting out which programs best suit me. As an international student from a developed country, I don't qualify for many scholarships other than the merit-based scholarships offered at admission and am concerned about investing in a degree that will not maximize my employment potential in the long term.

I'm also happy to answer questions as well, if anyone has any about the admissions process!

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