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I'm applying to the University of Texas at Austin, for a PhD in Public Policy. As well as the SoP, they want a study plan, identifying classes and faculty throughout the uni. The department itself only offers 3 or so PhD courses, so they definitely expect this statement to mention other departments on campus.

If I get in, I would like to take classes and work with some people at the Austin branch of the UT Houston Health Science Center. Just wondering if it's ok to mention this? On the one hand, it's still UT and a "resource" I could have access to by bein gin this department. On the other, it is a different insitution.

Should I limit this statement to talking about UT Austin? Incorporate a proper paragraph on the Austin branch of UTHSC? What about adding a token sentence, "I also note the UTHSC has a branch at Austin which would also be invaluable..."?

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