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Hi everyone - I come to you begging for your advise. I am an American college graduate and will be attending one of these schools next year. I've read conflicting information about which would be best, so I was hoping anyone with insight would be kind enough to lend his/her advise. I just ask that you please keep the advise focused on the quality of the school and degree, not cost or other factors, etc. I am unsure as whether I would like to eventually pursue a PhD, or enter back into the private sector, but I would like a program that (if possible) would help me keep both of these options open. I'm specifically interested in Behavioural Economics, especially using applications of the Big Five Personality Theory and Myers-Briggs. Here are the schools I am considering: Nottingham University - MSc in Behavioural Economics (applied) Erasmus University Rotterdam - MSc in Behavioural Economics (accepted) University of Amsterdam - MSc in Behavioural Economics and Game Theory (almost done with application) Maastricht University - MSc in Human Decision Science (applied) Thank you in advance for your advise, it is truly much appreciated.