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  1. Hello I'm a 3rd year Business Administration (specialization in Finance) bachelor student from a top University in Netherlands. I am planning to attend a Masters degree in Economics that would be a stepping stone to a good Phd in Economics. My GPA right now is 8.98/10 in dutch scale which will translate to 4.0 in US scale (at least that's what I found in my uni website) The relevant courses I took are (*- All letter grades are taken form my unis approximate transfer matrix from Dutch to US grades) Economics/Econometrics (42 EC) - Intro to Econ 1 9/10 ~ A+* (6 EC) - Intro to Econ 2 7.5/10 ~ A (6 EC) - Intermediate Econ 9/10 ~ A+ (6 EC) - Behavioral Econ 8.5/10 ~ A+ (6 EC) - Social and Econ Policies - TBD (6 EC) - Economic Methodology - TBD (6 EC) - Applied Econometrics - TBD (6 EC) Maths/Quantitative methods (18 EC) - Statistics and probability 1 9.5/10 ~ A+ (6 EC) - Statistics and probability 2 9.5/10 ~ A+ (6 EC) - Quant research methods 7.5/10 ~ A (6 EC) - Linear Optimization models - TBD (6 EC) Plus additionally 42 ECs in Finance At this moment Cemfi, RoME and Bocconi grabbed my attention, what are the chances to get in / get scholarships. What other masters should I consider applying to if my goal is to get into top Phd in Europe or US? I know that I most likely cannot apply to top programs in UK as they require Econ degree and specify that Business Administration will not be enough. I appreciate any response! Thank you in advance
  2. I am wondering if anyone has received invites for interviews for their PhD applications yet? When do they typically go out?
  3. Admission posted on Grad Cafe...can anyone confirm?
  4. Hi everyone! I am applying this year intake for PhD Economics. In my SOP I have cited a couple of paper as my inspiration/motivation; shall I make a reference list at the end of my SOP? or I skip it since it increases number of pages ? Thank you
  5. Hi there, Can anyone recommend an admission consultant for for PhD in Business Administration/Management? It would be great if you could say what the consultant did for you - overall strategy, Statement of Purpose, Letters of Recommendations, etc. Thank you !
  6. If I wanted to get a solid math background (I also enjoy it along with Econ) would it be just as beneficial to take a math major as well as grad Econ courses? Taking the honors theory sequence now and planning for first year PhD sequence in the fall of 2021. As long as I have sufficient math background and good grades in the grad courses that is the most I can do from an academic point of view correct?
  7. Hi all, I'm trying to work out the budget for the next 5 years, and even though the PhD stipend for business is relatively generous comparing to other fields (my offers were all around 35-38k), it's still gonna be quite tight if my SO cannot find a job (she's an international student). I wonder if one could be considered for a fellowship after admission? I know that there are extra fellowships at the schools I'm accepted to, but my offer letters don't include those, and I'm not sure if I'm eligible or not.
  8. Hi all, I understand that there is a lot of heterogeneity, but in general what would be the chance of getting an acceptance after interview? I had 2 interviews already, and I think they went well, but I haven't heard back from the schools, so I am getting nervous :cower:. I know it doesn't really make sense, but I want to have a target number of interviews so I could be more confident in my chance of getting admission this year.
  9. I need to purge this anxiety and no one in my life can relate to the econ admission process.
  10. Hey, Everyone, I am looking for admission in medical college one of my friend suggested me to take admission in All Saints University Saint Vincent. Can anyone give me reviews about this university or suggest to me other universities?
  11. Hi everyone, I am preparing for PhD admission in economics this coming fall. While I was considering which term paper to submit as my writing sample, I realized one problem. Since I read somewhere that the admission committee would use tools like Turnitin to detect plagiarism, and in my university, almost every course requires us to submit the term paper to Turnitin for checking. So if I submit one of these term papers, it would, of course, give a high similarity, but does the committee know it is because "self-plagiarism"?? Many thanks!!
  12. Hi, I'm applying for a PhD in economics for fall 2020. I did my GRE exam and obtained a 166 in the quant section and 159 in the verbal section (still waiting for the AW score) -I'm not an English native speaker by the way-. I have read in some forums people who state similar situations, but my intention is not to repeat another discussion like those. What I think would be useful is to hear about how adcoms use the GRE scores, for example, if they just say "applicants with less than X in the quant section are dismissed" for a fixed X value or if that value X differs along applicants. I have heard first-handly that in Berkeley they have a cutoff of 166 in the quant section, and from there GRE score is completely superfluous. However, that is just one university, and is not representative. Does this cutoff applies for most universities or is it higher or lower? I will probably retake the exam on september or october and I think it won't be that difficult to increase my score to a 169-170 in quant and to 165-167 in verbal. Still I think this information may be valuable for many future applicants so that they have a better idea about the cutoff. Being Berkeley one of the top 10 programs I imagine the cutoff may round 166 or 167 across top programs. Moreover, I don't really think that a top 25 program may have (if they do) a cutoff lower than 165.
  13. Im looking at two PhD offers, and I don't know how to approach making a decision. I am aware of this forum's view toward schools ranked >20, but if you feel there is something worth reiterating, please share. In particular I am looking for insight to the programs listed below, but I would be grateful for any general comments. Accepted: University of Colorado Boulder (Ph.D, Waitlisted for funding) Pittsburgh (Ph.D, Waitlisted for funding) Penn State (MA, no funding) UMASS Amherst (MA, no funding) My biggest issue is that I haven't the slightest idea what I want to study. I spend most of my time reading Experimental and Behavioral economics, and lately Resource/Environmental so I suppose these are my "interests", but I have no experience in any of these fields, not even coursework, coming from a very small, poorly regarded undergrad. Honestly I have loved everything related to economics that I have been exposed to so far (really anything involving humanities and/or mathematics). I am drawn to Pittsburgh for their behavioral Lab, but I suspect that my lack of a funded offer implies that I am not expected to perform highly enough to take advantage of it anyway. Obviously this doesn't mean I can't perform above expectations, but I want to be as realistic as possible. A graduate director recently told me my chances at funding are "Slightly better than 50/50". In terms of Boulder I am very much attached to the location. In addition their strong natural science programs makes me inclined to believe their environmental program is likely worth while, but I may be wrong. As of last week I was told I was second on the wait list for funding. How should I approach these choices in the event neither offers me funding? If one does? If both do?
  14. Hello guys, Just a question out of the blue. Does anyone not waive the right to see the recommendation letters? meaning they check that they wish to see the letters after the admission cycle? Can the letter writers see that you have not waived it? and what do they think about it?
  15. Hi everyone, I am going to be applying in the next months for admission in August/September 2019. I will be applying to the top 10/15 plus corresponding business schools as applicable. I am worried about my partner's (we are not yet married) chances of getting a US work visa. Especially in the next 10 months. Deferring admission for a year might be useful to give extra time for her to try get a visa, or for us to get married so she can come on a J2 visa. My questions are these: Will departments generally find the above to be an acceptable reason to defer admission for a year? Some are quite vague and seem to indicate its possible, whereas some (e.g. Stanford) make it clear that deferrals are very rare. If a deferral is possible, will the funding offer also be valid the following year, or will I have to re-apply for that somehow? If funding needs to be re-applied for, is there much risk that it will be substantially less after the deferred year? If answers are department dependent, please note I am applying to top 10/15 programs. Thanks very much.
  16. I’m sorry if this is the wrong place, I may have misread the rules. I’m going into my senior year at a small liberal arts university in Boston, and I’m beginning the process of applying to graduate programs, with the intention of starting an Economics PhD next fall. I’ve always wanted to be a college professor, and a career in academia, but I spent too much of my undergrad debating between philosophy or economics, so now I’m well behind on math. I will not finish the calc sequence until next semester, and am only taking linear algebra this semester, as a senior. I do have 2 semesters of econometrics, and have all As in the last 7 economics classes (including 4 400 level) and all the math/stats classes I have taken, as well as a 3.86 gpa and a 166Q 162V 5.5AWA GRE. I also have 1 semester of RA experience with a local think tank, and was hired to assist my stats professor this semester as she works on a textbook, and will be a teaching assistant for applied Micro Economics. I’m trying to find programs, specifically ones with a behavior economics focus, despite my limited math background. My dream would be U Chicago or Stanford, but I assume they're not even worth applying to. Right now I’m aiming for UCSB, and UCLA as reach schools, and George Washington as a more reasonable chance. Location means little to me, I care more about the education, and am aware I wouldn't have much time outside of my studies anyway. I’m having trouble finding other schools that don’t require linear algebra by application deadline, and don’t expect real analysis (I just can’t fit it in before graduation), and the professors Im close with are telling me I should aim to apply to 9-12 programs, if I want to maximize my chances of getting into a PhD program. Ideally I would like to start a program in the 2019-2020 school year, because I (possibly wrongly) believe I can handle higher level math given the chance. I don't know that I could afford to get a masters, and governmental/ private sector work doesn't much interest me compared to academia, though I understand beggars can be choosers, and I'd be willing to do any of the 3, but its not ideal to me. The professors I am close to are supportive and seem to believe I have a chance, but I fear they may be biased and overestimate my chances because of the friendly relationship we have. Most of the programs they recommend, or have connections to, have math expectations that exceed what I have taken, and some that even exceed what I will complete by graduation. Does anyone know of any PhD programs that might be acceptant of my limited math background? I've heard cases of students being offered acceptance on the grounds they completed prerequisite bridge programs, and I would be open to that. Thanks in advance!
  17. When i started finding professor it was really a toilsome work . Now me with one of my friend made a video out of all our ways those we found easy . Now i am sharing it with u guys purely on academic purpose . :)
  18. Hi guys, I am considering retaking the GRE (past scores: Q 164 V 148). Do you think that taking the GRE several times have any negative effect on the application for a top Ph.D.? Until now I took only once, but how about someone who took the GRE 3,4,5 times and only then got the desired outcome? Also, how do admission committees look about the Score Select option? I heard that it is possible to send only one's best scores. Is it really possible? or schools ask you to send them the result of all the tests? Thx
  19. Wanted to hear from veterans as well as 2018 intake folks what the typical post acceptance process is and its timeline. Mainly, after receiving the offer of admission and confirming intent to enroll, by when does rest of the process of receiving detailed offer package with insurance, reporting date etc transpire?
  20. Hello. I am waiting for the admission results from the universities mentioned above (except for Mannheim, applications open in a few days) and thought it could fruitful, while waiting, to compare or discuss about their programmes (or even other considerations not strictly related to academic matters). Yet, first of all, is there anyone around who applied for the same programmes (i.e. UC3M MAE, PSE APE)?
  21. I would like to hear what you folks think about my packet for the schools in the 25 - 60 range, will be submitting for early deadlines in December 2018/January 2019.. Test Scores (GRE): 161Q (80%) 159V (80%) 4.5 AW (80%) Undegrad GPA: 3.89 (Business, accounting focus) Graduate GPA: 3.80 (MBA with a finance specialization) Research Experience: Fairly strong with data analysis and computation; independent study in statistics (not published) Teaching Experience: Coaching with Executives (with former professor, LOR writer) Letter of Recommendation: Strong letters from graduate professors (I also write a killer personal statement) Work Experience: Extensive, 10+ years across multiple industries; I currently serve as a financial services examiner with a state agency (safety and soundness compliance) Concentration Applying to: Management: Entrepreneurship, Strategy, International Business/Project/Portfolio Management Number of programs planned to apply to: 8 - 12 Dream Schools: University of Virginia, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, University of Texas at Austin, University of California-Irvine, Vanderbilt University Other Questions: What made you want to pursue a PhD? I am overflowing with research ideas that my mentors consider interesting and I want to make a contribution that will stand the test of time. Questions or concerns you have about your profile? I went the University of Phoenix for my undergrad (physical campus, at night, while working 50+ hours!) Any additional specific questions you may have: I would like to consider myself a very solid applicant for schools in the 60 - 100 rankings, give or take a few spots. Schools like UC-Riverside (68th), University of South Carolina (62nd), and University of Georgia (63rd, and a LORs Alma Mater) feel like as-close-to-comfort picks as I can get from a tier 1 research university (rankings are my custom rankings). Thanks for your thoughts!
  22. Hi everyone, I have been reading this forum for a while and finally decided to register to ask some questions of my own. I am a 24-year old mathematics PhD and, after starting to work in a TOP3 management consulting company, I have been developing an increasing interest towards economics. Previously, I have considered economics as a hobby of mine, but lately I have seriously started to consider applying for a PhD program and make it my future profession. However, I have some concerns considering my profile and I would like to ask you whether I would have any chance to be accepted to TOP US econ PhD programs. Here is my profile: PROFILE: Type of Undergrad: 5-year M.Sc. in Europe, completed in 2 years Undergrad GPA: Overall 4.0/5.0, Math 4.5/5.0 (thesis won a national award), Econ 3.0/5.0 (studied as a hobby completely remote, i.e. did only the exams without lectures) Type of Grad: M.S. in mathematics in a TOP5 US math department, PhD in Europe Grad GPA: US M.S.: 3.7/4.0, all PhD level courses, European PhD: GPA N/A GRE: Q800/V400/A4.5 done 5 years ago, I should be able to improve my verbal score to 500 Math Courses: Plenty, e.g. PhD Complex Analysis (A), PhD Stochastic Calculus (A), PhD Probability II (A), PhD Linear Algebra (B), PhD Differential Geometry II (A), Harmonic Analysis (5/5) Econ Courses (grad-level): None Econ Courses (undergrad-level): Intermediate micro, intermediate macro and bunch of other courses, i.e. don't remember all of them at the moment, but equivalent to about one year of full-time study Other Courses: Minors also in CS and philosophy Letters of Recommendation: Solid letters, but only from European mathematicians Research Experience: PhD thesis in math, 5 publications in good international journals Teaching Experience: A lot of math courses, e.g. honors PDEs, calculus I Research Interests: Mostly macroeconomics and economic policy, "mathematical economics" (whatever it means) Concerns: Low undergrad and economics GPA, I usually used my time to learn new stuff rather than to ensure the best possible grades; no contacts to economists, so no econ LORs. So what do you think? Are the TOP schools completely out of my reach? If yes, how could I improve my application and which schools would you recommend me for applying? Thanks already in advance. :)
  23. Hi all, I am interested in the field of Development economics and macroeconomics and want to pursue a Ph.D. post, my masters. I have received admission offers from the following universities for fall 2018. 1. Boston University (MA Economics, 1 year) - $57,000 (tuition) 2. University of Minnesota (MS Applied economics, 2 years) - $50,000 (tuition) 3. UT Austin (MA Economics, 1 year) - $21,750 (tuition after scholarship) 4. Vanderbilt University (MA Economics, 16-24 months) - nearly $30,000 (tuition after scholarship) Kindly advice me on which university should I opt for masters. I want to know about the following - 1. How are the job placements post masters, i.e., what is the average salary? 2. How easy/difficult it is to go from the master's programs of the above universities to their Ph.D. program? 3. How are the Ph.D. placements of the above universities - where do students go? Thanks!
  24. So last semester I took linear algebra II and ended up getting a B-. Long story short, I did fairly well on my two midterms (A-) and quizzes, but due to the stress and pulling an all-nighter before the exam I did very badly on my final and was below average. After the final curve I somehow ended up at a B-. This grade is non-disputable and I am stuck with it. I was wondering how much this would impact my application. I now have a 3.8 gpa (down from a 3.87) due to this course. The grades in my other courses are as follows: Math Courses: Calc II (B- freshman year first semester), Calc III (A), Linear Algebra and Differential Equations (A+), Intro to Probability (A), Probability Thoery (A), Linear Algebra II (B-), Numerical Analysis (A-) Econ Courses: Intro to Econ (A), Intermediate Micro(A), Intermediate Macro(A), Econometrics (A), International Trade (A-), Senior Research Seminar (A-), Financial Economics (A), Intermediate Financial Theory (A+), Behavioral Economics (A+) I am taking Real Analysis, Concepts of Statistics and Applied Econometrics this semester. Assuming that I don't mess up again and obtain A's in all of them, would the B- in Linear Algebra II still have a large negative impact on my application (keep me out of getting into anything Top10)? I will be working a 2-year full-time RA job at a Top 10 university and will be applying Fall 2019. Any help or advice is much appreciated. Thanks!
  25. Hi, Please evaluate my chances for phd in accounting admission. * Undergrad: 3.6 (Econ/Business Top South Korea business school), Took an econometrics class. - Full year scholarship * Grad: 3.8 (Masters in Accounting- USC) - Merit based Scholarship * GMAT: 750 (Q51, AWA 6.0) * Work Experience: Big4 Audit Manager (4.5 years-early promoted) * CPA, CFA * No research experience * Good recommendation from Grad school professors and Partners * Not a US citizen * Math and stat course: only took college mathmatics and economic statistics / Planning to take more math class at Univ of Toronto or college if it is required Is Research experience or research paper "must to have"? Thank you! USC UC Berkely Stanford U Michigan NYU UT Austin Columbia MIT
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