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  1. What is the best ranking to use to compare European PhD programs? Ranking by record of graduates Economic Institution Rankings | IDEAS/RePEc or general ranking of departments Economics rankings: Economics Departments | IDEAS/RePEc or some other ranking? The discrepancy is quite large in many cases e.g. EUI Florence is 26th globally by record of graduates but 224th (!) on the standard ranking; LSE is 7th and 21st respectively; Barcelona GSE is 27th and 11th resp.; Mannheim 44th and 97th; Toulouse SE 55th and 10th.
  2. Hey everyone, hope you all are good and not sweating too much. Can anybody let me know how the 'early admissions' process works in Europe, specially Germany and Austria? If I apply early, would I have to accept early as well? because nothing is mentioned on the website about that. Only thing they have said explicitly is that candidates who are rejected in the early round will be considered for admission later. I am also applying to the US and it sounds risky if I have to give up my position here, in case I am selected. Thanks for your help.
  3. Hi, I'm creating this thread to exchange information about UC3M and CEMFI. Did anyone receive any news about them? Acceptance, wait list or rejection. Thanks in advance.
  4. Hi! First of all I am glad that I found this forum while just searching all the random questions that come to my mind in this "decision time" of my life where I am. Those sticky threads (with the FAQs) and all that where really helpful and made me clarify some things. However, I would also like to post my personal question if you don't mind, so I can introduce a bit my doubts and receive your advice. I am a 23 years old Economist from Argentina. I’ve finished this year my Licenciatura (4-year undergrad program) being the 2nd GPA of my class, and I am really passionated about doing research and policy design and evaluation on Poverty issues. I am actually fascinated about the work that Esther Duflo and Abhijit Banerjee do at MIT and J-PAL, and my dream would be to pursue my PhD at MIT having them as professors. I am now looking for a Master in Economics that I guess will make it easier for me with the PhD application. As an undergrad I did a semester at a German University, and liked a lot germany and Europe as well, that’s why I would love to spend my 2 years of Master there. But, as much as I would love to live in a pretty place and enjoy, I don’t want that to erode my PhD chances,. So I am asking for advice about where (country, university, department) in Europe would be the best (or worst) place for studying prior to aplying for the PhD at a top US university. Thanks a lot!!
  5. Hey everyone! currently doing my last year of Licence (french bachelor) at TSE. I’d like to pursue my masters at PSE (PPD track) however, I don’t know how high my chances are of getting admited. I know TSE’s ETE M2 is at least as good as PSE’s APE. However the selection for M2 ETE happens during the M1 (and I’m more interested in macro/ development than IO/ theory . If anyone could help me out a little...
  6. Hey mates, I'm looking for advice. I've been admitted into a very good program at Europe. Very happy by the way! Besides, I'm on the waiting list of a top program in US (a dream in school in my case, top choice). I've called them, and was told that my chances are near to 100% (very good news). I'll receive news until the April 15th deadline. But they already invited me to their open house! However, the program at Europe (which I would be honored to attend) gave me until next Friday to give an answer and now I'm really anxious. In both cases I'll receive full funding. Both have great fit to my research interests and are placed in pretty good cities. I contacted the program in Europe and they did not seem very enthusiastic about giving me a few more days to think. What should I do in this case? I would feel really happy to attend the program in Europe but, if admitted in the US school, I'd rather go to America in a blink! Thank you.
  7. Hello everyone, I am new to the forum but I am actually been reading you for a while. I am currently at my first year (out of two) of a MSc in Economics at a very prestigious european univerisity. Could you please suggest me which are the top rated PhD programs in economics across europe, with particular emphasis on macroeconomics? Thanks a lot to everyone who will help me in making up my mind
  8. Hello all, I was lucky to be a winner of a competitive funding prize for students from over 15 countries in Europe. The prize is quite restrictive (only 1-2 students get it), awarded purely based on academic merit and is meant to be an addition to schools' funding. I have communicated this info to the all the places I applied to right away in hope that it may provide the adcom's with some external validation. Do you think this has an impact if the committee members know about the prize? It is quite known in Europe. I am unsure about the USA, but that is where most of my schools are, as they are in the top 15.
  9. Hello everyone, Could you please evaluate my profile and check if i’m not overestimating my chances? i have only done undergrad so far, and I’m also considering getting an European masters. Undergrad GPA: 3.35 (could go to 3.5) or 8.3/10 (standrised, Brazilian top-3 university), ranking in the 20% of cohort. R.A experience: With a professor that seems to like me enough to write me a good reference letter. Was top 2 in her class. Also another one for two years, that one in a group so maybe not a stellar letter but a good one. Recommendation letters: one from the R.A professor i mentioned, another one from my advisor (top 10 economists in my country, i believe could write a good letter). GRE: not yet, some schools don’t require it so I may give it a second thought. Awards: I think I can win a prize for the best thesis in undergrad. Considering applying to (Msc): Cambridge, Mannheim, BGSE, CEMFI, LSE, Bonn, UCLouvain, Tilburg, Toulouse, PSE and (maybe) Bocconi. I’m fine with doing my PhD from any of these unis (maybe not Bocconi), so I may continue after masters. Does anyone know if I’m aiming too high? Thanks in advance.
  10. Hi everyone, I was recently talking to a professor at a top European school (they'd previously been at a top 10 US program) & they were commenting on how fast European business schools have developed in the last 5-10 years - which was part of the reason they decided to make the move back to Europe. Searching through this forum, I see a decent number of posts on European schools, but they all seem to be a bit dated (especially keeping in mind the above -- where things seem to be changing pretty quickly). So with that: I wanted start a bit of a "general" thread about doing a PhD in Europe. If you look at the top, say 2 or 3 schools in country in Europe (let's call it: UK, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, France, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Netherlands, Spain and Finland ... sorry if I left any out please mention), they have very competitive placement records, with the better schools in that lot placing fairly regularly within the US, and others placing at top schools around the world. -How do you think that the 10 best in Europe compare to the US (= to the top 25? 50? 75?) -What is everyone's experience? Perception? Thoughts? -Anyone want to chime in on specific tracks such as finance/accounting/management etc.
  11. Hello guys :) I am considering Economics Ph.D. programs in Europe, especially at Toulouse School of Economics(TSE), France. I was able to compare the job market placement between TSE and other 30-40 ranked schools in the US. From my perspectives, the results of TSE looks better; https://www.tse-fr.eu/sites/default/files/TSE/documents/doc/phd_placement/placement_by_year_2017.pdf Job Placement | Department of Economics | University of Washington I wonder how TSE is evaluated in terms of reputation and performance, compared to the US schools. TSE is comparable to which level of schools in US? Would there be disadvantages to pursuing econ Ph.D. in Europe rather than in the U.S.? Thank you for your reading and I will wait for your answers :)
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  13. PROFILE: Type of Undergrad: Public research university with no ranking in Economics Undergrad GPA: 3.82, Major: 3.75 Type of Grad: - Grad GPA: - GRE: 165V/170Q/4.5AW Math Courses: Calculus I (CR), II (B), Research Methods (B) Online Courses: Multivariate Calculus, Linear Algebra, Econometrics: Methods and Applications (Erasmus Rotterdam), Data Analysis for Social Scientists (MITx), Statistics and R (HarvardX), Introduction to Linear and Matrix Algebra (HarvardX). Econ Courses: Principles of Micro, Macro (CR, A), Intermediate Micro, Macro (A,B), Urban Econ (A), Game Theory (A), Law and Economics (A), Introductory Econometrics (A), Managerial Economics (A), Labor Economics (A). Other Courses: Introductory Financial Letters of Recommendation: Professor and Editor of my university's undergraduate research journal, Economics Professor known in regulation economics and game theory (knows me well + informal thesis adviser), Econometrics Professor. Research Experience: Published two journal articles in university's undergraduate research journal, accepted poster presentation in an undergraduate economics conference (2017) sponsored by the FED. Teaching Experience: Volunteer tutoring in calculus and economics tutor for Principles Micro and Macro class. Research Interests: Development Economics, International Economics and Microeconomics SOP: Detailed my interests in research, motivation, preparedness and interest in European masters. Applying to (2018 Winter intake, and preference is in order): LMU Munich, Sciences Po, Toulouse GSE, University of Bonn, Goethe Universitat Frankfurt, University of Cologne, University of Hamburg, University of Vienna, and University of St. Gallen. --- I am applying for a European Msc in Quantitative Economics/Economics with the hopes of training quantitative reasoning and experience diverse perspectives in conducting research prior to applying for a PhD program. I am here to ask for advice or suggestions and input on my profile as I will be applying to masters programs in Europe as a Non-EU applicant. know that I don't have an impressive GPA nor do I have the sit-in math classes in my major to compete with. My econ program isn't too quantitative, and financially, I can't afford to take the math classes necessary to major or minor in math. I also transferred into my university from a community college and time costed me a lot to build an undergraduate record for great recommendation letters or a chance at PhD or masters programs in Economics. Lastly and most importantly, thank you for your time and interest in attending this thread.
  14. Does anyone know any part-time PhD econ. programs in europe? Tilburg seems to have a 'PhD program for professionals'. Does anyone has experience with this? Their website does not provide much information.
  15. Hello All ! I am from Bangladesh with BS in Economics (CGPA 3.61/4) and MS in Economics with Thesis (CGPA 3.87/4) from NSU (top private university in my country). My GRE score is Q 167, V 162 AWA 4.0 and TOEFL score is 114. I have about 1.5 years of experience in working as an Associate at a consulting firm. We work for World Bank, IFC, GiZ, GE, JICA among others. Some of the work has been quantitative, policy analysis and monitoring and evaluation. Also, I have published several articles in newspapers. Additionally I am a CFA level 2 candidate. The key weakness I have are Fails in Applied math 1, Applied Stat 1 and Basic Econometrics in undergraduate. This is because I did not know (honestly and sadly did not care back then) about course dropping process. I had A`s in Applied Math 2 before failing in Applied Math 1. I also took Cal I-Cal V (All As), third year stats and real Analysis (Bs), graduate quantitative courses with good grades. I am expecting very good references - from very senior faculty (Dean or higher post) and my current employer (An ex-professor, very accomplished in government and policy) and department chair. They all know me very well and will write excellent recommendations. I will eventually go for a PhD but want to do masters from a more 'global' university to update my profile and thereby increase chances for a good PhD. I would love if someone can comment on my chances for Masters (preferably with funding) at some European universities - namely Tilburg / CEMFI (are they taking intakes now?) / University of Amsterdam / Maastricht / Stockholm School of Economics / Uppsala / Aarhus / LM University at Munich. Moreover, suggestions are welcome. I know my profile has many flaws. So please do not restrain in criticism.
  16. Hey guys, Im currently a third year in Canada at a smaller school within Ontario. My current grades are sitting around an 82-84% avg. and I have taken two calculuses, two stats, mathematical econ (logic proofs, euclidean topology etc.), all the way up until third year micro/macro and I have additional econ electives. My main interests are monetary policy, industrial organization, and public finance/taxation. I want to pursue an MA in economics either in Europe or a school ranked in the top 6 in Canada. For those that have done a masters in Europe what is the course work like compared to Canadian schools? What are the averages? Is there funding? How difficult is it to do a PhD in Canada or elsewhere afterwards and how does doing grad work outside of ones home nation affect their employment prospects afterwards? What schools are particularly Canadian friendly or would be most suitable for my interests stated earlier? Thanks guys!
  17. Dear Urch people, I have been admitted to TUM as well as well as Saarland University for MSc in Informatics (CS) for the Summer semester 2015. I am facing a problem that I don't know which to choose between these two. I understand that this kind of question has been asked before. But I would like to make this post also a reference for the most updated as of 2015. Please kindly help us make the decisions based on reasons and rationality. Some facts about me: 0.1 I'd like to focus my study in the field of Artificial Intelligence and I plan to pursue a PhD. 0.2 I'm more research oriented. I would like to work in Academia afterward if possible. 0.3 Naturally, I prefer a quiet and solitude life style. I party sometimes though but I love quiet and nature when I think. I still can't decide whether I should choose Saarland University or TUM for CS, since SAARLAND U: 1.1 Saarland is reputable for research in CS, they have got research institutes Max Planck and DFKI (for A.I.). 1.2They have gotten more research funding 3:1 compared to TUM. 1.3 Cost of living is definitely lower and more friendly to students. 1.4 According to DAAD site, CHE ranks Saarland U as better an overall experience than TUM for CS with the score: 1.3 for Saarland and 1.7 for TUM (lower score is better here). https://www.daad.de/deutschland/studiena...type=1&d=4 TUM: 2.1 On the other hand TUM is more reputable internationally. In this regard, would it give me a foundation for more choices of where I pursue my PhD including grants wise? 2.2 Beautiful city 2.3 As said I normally prefer a quiet study-life. But if TUM is actually better in term of contents and experience, I would not mind. If you could cogently persuade me in either way, I would very much appreciate it. Any additional info would be most welcome! Thank you.
  18. Hi, I'm relatively new to this forum, but after reading several posts am so happy to discover this forum!!! My situation: I attended a major US university majored in Economics looking to apply for Msc Econ targeting only european schools (really want the experience and travel across europe :D) I have a very low overall GPA 3.4,,,, major GPA is quite good, haven't confirmed with the school for specific major GPA, but among my econ courses have three Bs and the rest either A or A-. For math level I will be comfortable because I am only one course short to double major mathematics,,, So I've taken all the hard math courses, i think that's one major reason for my low GPA. My GPA for entry or medium level math courses is pretty good, so I guess math level would suffice for msc econ requirement. GRE score: reasoning 680 Quan 800 Analytical 3.5 LORs: pretty weak LORs,, since I graduated three years ago I can only provide references from work, since none of the professors will remember me... and my work is only finance related, not econ related. Target school: LSE Warwick UCL U of Amsterdam (any recommendation is welcome!) My major question is, I understand LSE min requirement for overseas GPA is 3.5, would they consider my major GPA tho,,? How important is cumulative GPA in this case? Since LSE is my top choice,,, please someone tell me if I've got a chance. And please if my list of schools are aiming out of my reach, recommend some schools that I would have a chance! Although it might look like I'm not seriously considering msc of Econ, but after working for a while I realize I prefer school much better, and might even pursue a PHD in the future, I might not have been serious in studying before but I'm determined to achieve high GPA in graduate school... Thanks in advance!!!!
  19. Hi, I would like to know which are the good PhD programs in Monetary Macro in Europe apart from LSE, Oxford and Cambridge. How about Tilburg? Also, how about funding for international students and the placements. I am an Indian applicant targeting 2014 admissions. Thanks.
  20. Hello everyone, I am currently attending a Top 30 econ program in US, according to US news rankings (flagship state university). I am thinking about applying for programs abroad. My profile is here http://www.www.urch.com/forums/phd-economics/148947-profile-eval-2014-2015-econ-phd.html What are my chances at schools like LSE, Oxford, Tinbergen, Tilburg, CEMFI, Bocconi, SSE, Zurich (all masters)? My main research interests are econometrics, but I also like some behavioral economics. Any advice would help. Thanks!
  21. Does anyone tried to complete their Masters and then PhD after getting Bachelors in US? What is/was your experience abroad? I am looking at a couple universities that interest me, specifically U of Mannheim, UZurich, Bonn, Tilburg economics programs. How would you get funding at those unis? Any information is appreciated.
  22. I got accepted in a PhD program at a top 20 British university (top 5 in macroeconomics in the UK and top 100 in world rankings in macroeconomics, my field of research) with a very nice scholarship. Although I would have prefered to do the PhD in the US, many things that happened in my family made me move to the UK. So I applied to the program in the UK and in the end I got the opportunity to do a PhD with people that are very good in my field of research. So here goes my question: In the UK.. a master lasts for 12 months, and then you have 3 years for a PhD. I noticed that in the US, students usually have two years of graduate courses and then have 3 years for writing their dissertation. I even noticed that candidates from NYU have been doing their PhD in 6-7 years. So I have completed my masters, took a 6 month internship working at a bank and now am on the 1st year of my PhD. I notice that in most programs in the UK there are no courses for PhD students (my PhD program being one of them), and not only that, there seems to be a big gap between what you do in your masters and what tools you really need to learn in order to produce research for a PhD. Do you think there is hope for achieving a good PhD in three years? I know it depends mostly on me.. but do you think three years is enough... and that no training (as compared to US programs), is not a serious issue? Members of my faculty tell me to just calm down and that I will learn by myself most of the things that I would have learnt in PhD courses are other universities. I, on the other hand, think that I am at a disadvantage because I have to catch up with people that are trained better and especially because I will have less time to have good publications. Any advice? Anybody here that has heard both good or bad from PhD's in the UK.. US.. ? Should I change to another university?
  23. hi, I am considering applying for a PhD in Economics in European universities. My interest lies in development economics in particular growth, trade, education, poverty. What are the best universities in europe in Development Economics? Any help in this regard will be much appreciated. Also, please share a website that gives comparison/ rankings of economics departments in europe.
  24. An Indian undergraduate student currently studying in one of the best colleges in India....probably relatively unknown outside India. I have and undergrad GPA of around 3.3-3.4. I'd like to know if I've got any chance of getting accepted in any of the masters programmes in Europe....TSE, GSE,PSE, LSE, Warwick. What about the M.Sc. in Development Economics at Oxford?
  25. Hey everyone, I am interested in starting a master in Neuroscience or related areas such as pharmacology or neurobiology but I'm lost, I live in colombia and it's not easy to find first hand information about the admission processes and I haven't decide yet if I want to study in Europe or in USA. I think Europe would be a better choice because the fees are cheaper. I found a great option in a Max Plank Institute in Göttingen, but I read there is an admission test and a lot of people apply, so I don't think it's very easy to be admitted. So I would want to know if you have any other good options that could help me make a decision. Thank you!
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