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    Re: 2019 Admission Sweat Thread

    Regular econ did a week ago. Their visit day is March 13 so you might still hear from them.
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    Re: kellogg!

    congrats! Which program is this for?
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    Re: Harvard Kennedy School - PEG

    Saw a few PEG acceptances on GC. Haven't heard anything. Might be an implicit rejection.
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    Re: 2019 Admission Sweat Thread

    And congrats erckle! MECS is a solid program.
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    Re: 2019 Admission Sweat Thread

    Thanks, that's helpful. If I may ask, did they give any info about how many students they are accepting/when they expect to send out all decisions? I assume I didn't make the cut since it has been a...
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    Re: 2019 Admission Sweat Thread

    Can anyone confirm the NW Kellogg MECS posts on GC?

    There are three posts so far: 1 about interview and 2 about acceptances. But according to the posts, the interview and one of the acceptances...
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    Re: 2019 Admission Sweat Thread

    the decision came over email, fwiw
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    Re: 2019 Admission Sweat Thread

    In at Cornell with full funding for 5 years. 27K/yr + summer support.
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    Re: 2019 Admission Sweat Thread

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    I too see the Terms and Conditions for my PEG application. For what its worth, I also applied to the econ dept and the link doesn't show for my econ application.
  10. Re: Northwestern Kellogg MECS--Good for empirically inclined folks?

    Thanks for the advice. I hadn't considered the value in receiving varied offers, but it makes good sense. I applied to MECS. Let's see how things play out.
  11. Northwestern Kellogg MECS--Good for empirically inclined folks?

    Would Kellogg's PhD in MECS (Managerial Economics and Strategy) be a good fit for someone interested in empirical research in incentives, strategy, and innovation? Given that NW only allows one...
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