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All Economics, PhD (F20) Other via Other on 14 Apr 2020 14 Apr 2020 Does anyone know how deferring admission works? Can I defer my admission and go next year with the same offer. Or will I have to apply again?
All Economics, PhD (F20) Other via Other on 13 Apr 2020 U13 Apr 2020 To all: I have not heard from dream program yet and they never replied my email. Should I email their director informing my current offers and interests for attending their program? Need suggestions. Thank you guys.
All Economics, PhD (F20) Other via Other on 12 Apr 2020 12 Apr 2020 NY mayor announces that the schools will be closed until September and we’re only in mid-April... Looks like we won’t have face-to-face classes for a long time. Bad year to start a PhD, wish I had better and safer choices.
All Economics, PhD (F20) Other via Other on 9 Apr 2020 A9 Apr 2020 There is no point in unnecessarily postponing your decisions. Just keep your top choices and decline the others today. Many people are counting days to April 15. So, stay safe and Decline if you are Accepted to a school you're not willing to attend!
All Economics, PhD (F20) Other via Other on 8 Apr 2020 O8 Apr 2020 TPB: my situation is similar. 1a/4ir many programs require interview in Jan or Feb, but I were not on those list...
All Economics, PhD (F20) Other via Other on 8 Apr 2020 8 Apr 2020 TPB: I hope that you get admission in your top choice near your home so that you can be with your family. Stay positive!
All Economics, PhD (F20) Other via Other on 8 Apr 2020 8 Apr 2020 TPB: I hope that you get admission in your top choice near your home so that you can be with your family. Stay positive!
All Economics, PhD (F20) Other via Other on 8 Apr 2020 8 Apr 2020 So far I only have one acceptance, this year's application almost doomed. I still have 5ir but I know the possibility of admission is very low. I feel so bad, because the only one admit me is too far from my home and I desperately want to be with my family...
All US Top10 And LSE Economics, PhD (F20) Other via Other on 5 Apr 2020 A5 Apr 2020 This seems to be a mistake that a lot of people make. You need to select programs that fit your research interests, not just the best programs. Get advice from current and recent PhDs to get a sense of what worked best for them and apply that knowledge to your process. You’ll find that even a back up program that is “worse” might not accept you if your interests are not a good fit for the program.
All The US Top 10 + LSE Economics, PhD (F20) Rejected via E-mail on 5 Apr 2020 I5 Apr 2020 I feel terrible guys:(( I can't understand it because last year some of my friends got admission from these universities and it seemed my application package was better than them. I wish I could back in the time and apply for some less competitive programs.
All Economics, PhD (F20) Other via Other on 3 Apr 2020 A3 Apr 2020 TPB: I don't think it hurts to ask. I used my offer from another program to get more funding at a program I liked more. I think it depends on the program and what type of funding they have available. In my case, I got offered a better paying assistantship that is typically available to 2nd+ year students. I basically just said I really love your program, but I am being offered a better funding package elsewhere and they have the same cost of living. Sweeten the deal and I will choose you.
All Economics, PhD (F20) Other via Other on 3 Apr 2020 I3 Apr 2020 Guys, do you think it is a good idea to negotiate funding offers? Or, are they fixed and we shouldn't even try? Has anyone tried negotiating?
All - Soo Sad Economics, PhD (F20) Other via E-mail on 24 Mar 2020 24 Mar 2020 I got rejections from all the universities I applied for in the first year. The main reason was that I was too ambitious. What I did for the second year: 1. I made realistic and pragmatic choices. Schools ranked between 200-300 are good too. 2. I worked hard for 4 months and published a paper in a decent Q2 journal. 3. I made connections with two scholars outside of my home country via email. They tremendously helped me to publish my paper and also gave me strong LoRs. And all this worked! I got funded offers in the second year. Additionally, a high GRE quant score (say 165 or above) makes your profile competitive. I love the US but there are good schools in other countries. Do not limit yourself to a specific region. Good luck!
All Economics, PhD (F20) Other via POST on 24 Mar 2020 O24 Mar 2020 Hi Guys. I know rankings are very subjective and often not exhaustive enough to make decisions. But, just for reference, what do you guys think is the most credible ranking source we could follow to make comparisons?
All Economics, PhD (F20) Other via E-mail on 24 Mar 2020 24 Mar 2020 To the "Soo Sad" guy below: Please do not lose hope. This is life. Full of disappointments. My close friend got rejections from like 20 schools the first year. In the second year, he got into a top 50 school. I myself got rejections from 13 schools in the first year. This year I have gotten 4 acceptances so far. So, just keep trying and be positive. Most of us have experienced these feelings.
All Economics, PhD (F19) Accepted via Website on 15 Apr 2019 15 Apr 2019 From my experience of a Masters program here in US, I strongly feel like the Universities in big cities are not giving students enough money to survive barely. I had to borrow money, work off-campus, even after getting a full stipend. $1500 in New York/ Chicago/ California is barely equivalent to $500 in many other states like Kansas/Texas. My friend on partial funding in Texas lived there quite comfortably. I think universities in big cities should double/triple the payment for the students to have an equivalent living standard. This time I am taking it very seriously in choosing university for my PhD.
All Economics, PhD (F19) Other via Other on 14 Apr 2019 I14 Apr 2019 Does the Apr 15 deadline mean 23:59 pm on 15th? I have an offer but am on the waitlists of another school which I much prefer to go to. No time specification on the offer.
All School Economics, PhD (F19) Other via POST on 11 Apr 2019 O11 Apr 2019 To the poster below: Can you please upload a TL;DR? Your post was too long to read.
All Schools Economics, PhD (F19) Other via POST on 11 Apr 2019 O11 Apr 2019 I will tell you one thing that matters almost all of us. The reason why some people ask others to decide as fast as possible is the following. If you take your time, let's say decided on April 14th, the schools you rejected will admit other students. These students will decide April 15th lets say or even sooner but then the schools they reject will try to reach others, so on so forth. The major reason why people ask you to be hurry is 1min passed in April 16th, none of the schools send new offers. They changes class size, admit less people than expected, which is inefficient in our point of view. We, including all of us, tried so hard to come thus far and will probably meet at conferences and review each others articles in journals. So, be kind and polite each other and keep in mind that you are not the only one deciding about your life. It is a huge point in our lives as well. So, take all the time you need but be as much as possible so that you can help others. Don't forget the domino effect and ruin others' dreams by deciding at the very last minute. At the very least, reject until last 2 offers stands, don't decide on 7 schools at the last moment. Sorry for long post but one of us needed to do that. (P.S: some of us may have done well in past more than others and have more offers too but you are a part of the profession in here and the domino starts with you, and probably have taken micro classes. So let us reach to Pareto Optimal point)
All Economics, Masters (F19) Other via Other on 7 Mar 2019 7 Mar 2019 TPB: Best to e-mail a professor or the program director directly as they are most involved in the decision making process. It is a good idea as well to attach the offer letters and highlight the funding information. This was how I received my 25k funding from the University of British Columbia.
All Economics, PhD (F19) Other via Other on 7 Mar 2019 O7 Mar 2019 For those who sent an email to the programs asking about your application, who did you send the emails to? Did you send it to a Professor or the general graduate school? Also, is it recommended to tell them about your current offers from other schools, as like bargaining chips?
All Schools Economics, PhD (F19) Other via POST on 24 Feb 2019 O24 Feb 2019 Dear internet stranger, you should not measure your level of "bangness" by which schools you were rejected from. It is a well-known fact that most schools choose reject applicant that are really "too good" for their program, knowing that they will definitely get a better offer and they do not want to waste an admission slot. You need to asses yourself very well and apply to those schools that are exactly right for you. In your case, I am pretty sure that you applied on a spectrum of schools which the lower end of the interval is schools that you are too good for. That means (by intermediate value theorem :d) that you will definitely get an acceptance from at least one school! Hold on tight! :)
All Schools Economics, PhD (F19) Other via Other on 22 Feb 2019 22 Feb 2019 Everybody please take care of your mental health
All Economics, PhD (F18) Other via Other on 15 Apr 2018 O15 Apr 2018 Guys, most of the programs have a deadline at 12 pm. Please contact your program and ask for the exact due time.
All (Economics), PhD (F18) Other via Other on 15 Apr 2018 O15 Apr 2018 Today is the deadline for most of the schools, if you have already decided to decline, please decline early today so that we have a chance too.
Status1 Key: A: American; U: International, with US degree; I: International, without US degree; O: Other; ?: Unknown.
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