dmm13 Posted March 30, 2021 Share Posted March 30, 2021 Hey all, I'm currently struggling to decide between the 4. Financially got: 25% from every school except SFS which gave me nothing I started a relatively high paying job in tech recently but have always wanted to make the pivot into international econ policy work (but in the private sector) and thought this could be the perfect opportunity... until I saw my financial aid packages. Trying to ask for more money but no luck so far (any advice is greatly appreciated). Hertie is by far the most financially stable option and while I know their standard of education is high, I'm a bit worried about work opportunities in EU as a US citizen. With all of the US ones I was planning on studying abroad for at least a semester for more experience outside of the US (I made that a requirement for myself). Would love any insights as to which to pick or how to negotiate or even whether I should defer (with risk of losing all funding) so I'm in better financial standing before heading in. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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