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Hello guys. This year I have applied 8 schools for MSc economics and econometrics. Which are Mphil Econ at Oxford (Pending) MSc Econ at LSE (Rejected) MSc Econ at UCL (Rejected) MSc Econ at Warwick (Pending) MSc Econ and Econometrics at Nottingham (Pending) MSc Econ and Econometrics at York (Offer) MSc Econ(Econometrics) at Edinburgh (Pending) MSc Econometrics and Mathematical Economics at Tilburg (Offer) Sadly I got rejected by both UCL and LSE. However, York and Tilburg sent good news. The other schools are on pending status. As of now, I do not expect much from Oxford, but about Warwick, Nottingham and Edinburgh, I am quite positive. Could you guys help me opt the best MSc programme among the list for PhD? Thank you
Hi! I'll cut it to the point: I put BGSE in the title because I have been admitted into the Economics program, but since I have no scholarship it's almost impossible for me to pay for it. I was rejected today from PSE which had become by second choice. I am Italian and I have an offer from the University of Bologna (LMEC), which I hear has got a good program but is far less present in forums and discussed. Hence, as of now I have three choices -Stockholm School of Economics (SSE), of course MSc Economics -Bologna LMEC -stopping for a year (I am graduating in July), retake the GRE (only got 161 Q, even if I have 169 V which is kind of useless anyway), maybe do an internship or look for a job and re-take some applications, in order to improve my chances of getting scholarships and admissions where I have been rejected. Of course, as my username suggest, I'd like to go on to a PhD. My first choices where LSE (where I have been rejected) and BGSE so I am a bit taken aback from how it turned out. I hope you can help me! Thank you very much!!