klilz Posted March 15, 2021 Share Posted March 15, 2021 So I need some insight. I've been accepted to both Harvard Graduate School of Education, EdM program AND University of Cambridge MPhil in Education (Knowledge, Power, and Politics) program. I want to use this degree to work for USAID as an Education office working on global education projects. They are both equally great programs from what I can gather, but I don't know how they compare to each other. Pros of Harvard: -student support/career services -higher ranking according to US News Report Cons: -no professor with direct experience of proposed study -more money Pros of Cambridge: -cheaper -supervisor with direct experience of proposed study Cons of Cambridge: -less practice and more research based -not as much experience with career service support for USAID positions Any feedback or thoughts would be greatly appreciated!!! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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