If you want to go to the US, I would opt for a 1 year program... At TI you would work your [...] off for 2 years just to find yourself doing the same in the US afterwards.
I recently received some offers:
- Msc Economics from UCL 1yr
- Msc Economics and Social Sciences from Bocconi 2yr
- MPhil Economics from Tinbergen Institute (with direct continuation to PhD) 2yr
- Msc Economics from Warwick 1yr
I was also considering the Msc in Economics at the University of Turin combined with Collegio Carlo Alberto allievi honours track (2 yr).
My goal, enter a top US - EU PhD program.
I am leaning towards UCL, but maybe a 2 yr program would suit me better. TI made me a nice offer, but it feels somehow you cannot leave for the PhD, and I do not think I want to take my PhD in the Netherlands.
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