No one on this forum from Yale IDE?? C'mon!!
I recently came to know about Yale's Masters programme in International Devpt and Economics. Wanted to know how good is it, if I want it to be my terminal degree and not currently pursuiing any PhD dreams.
Some background info abt me:
I'm an economics undergrad from an asian developing country. Have been working in energy and climate change consulting domain for two years - wish to go to back to school now. However, with my limited maths and not so stellar grades, a PhD Econ looks out of reach. Therefore I have been looking for terminal masters degress in econ which can provide me a job in pvt sector/think tank after i graduate.
Any info on this course - in terms of it market value - would be highly appreciated.
PS: i searched for a forum on this course, but was not able to find one. Hence, a new thread
Yale University Master's Program in International and Development Economics (IDE) and Yale University Master's Program in International and Development Economics (IDE) might give you some information on where previous students have been placed. Seems to do well in the private sector judging by what the site says. Other than that mate I can't help you. Sorry.
Hello! I'm currently studying Economics (Hons.) at Shri Ram College of Commerce, Delhi University, India. I wanted to know more about the IDE program. Specificallythe kind of jobs one can get in the private sector, if any, after completing this course. Also would a GRE score of 790(Quant) and 540(Verbal) be fine for this course? Its above the average they have posted on their website. I've been within the top 25 students in my batch in college and have 4 internships both in MNC's and NGO's. It would of great help if you could give me a superficial view on my chances I find them pretty bleak for some reason.
P.S- Yale graduates please help!
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