cathyxyz Posted April 11, 2010 Share Posted April 11, 2010 Hi, I'm an international applicant for MPP 2010 Fall. I'm accepted into UPenn(social Policy), Umich, Columbia( SIPA)CMU, Gtown, UCLA and USC. Among those schools, I'm really leaning to MPP at UCLA. My interest lies in labor issues. I know MPP at UCLA has labor track, and this is unique advantage compared to other schools and really attracts me a lot. I'm going to apply for PhD program after my graduation. So I'm quite curious about how many students in MPP at UCLA succeed in applying for PhD every year? Another question is does SPA provide many research opportunities with students? Also, I notice that the UCLA Center for Labor Research and Education provide students a chance to complete a minor in labor studies. So can graduate student from MPP apply for this minor studies? Many thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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