bakalamba Posted February 5, 2014 Share Posted February 5, 2014 I just received news that I was admitted to a Masters program at a University, after applying for the Masters and the PhD (they require a more significant thesis for admission to the latter, and guarantee that obtaining the Masters and PhD will only add one semester of coursework). It is a robust program, but they have very little funding for graduate students. However, they do have visitation days, or recruitment days, and have a fund for transportation and lodging. I'm not seriously considering the school, as I have another offer with funding. My field (International Education Policy) is very small and I would like to meet faculty and graduate students working in it. Out of curiosity, would you attend visitation/recruitment days at a University you're not seriously considering? Have you already? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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