Just thought I'd see if there was anyone else out there?
I have completed and submitted my application for International Public Management.
I already have a BA and and a J.D. degree in related topics. So far the admissions tutors have been really quick to respond and have been super helpful, actually.
Anyone have any experience of applying to/getting into PSIA as an American law student?
What will you be applying for this year and with what background?
Good luck!Last edited by floridagator2015; 08-11-2015 at 08:10.
Hey there, I'm applying for IPS, still haven't finished my application, though . I'm a Bulgarian applicant, in my final year of BA (Public administration). I'm nothing spectacular, judging by the people from last year, still hope to get in, though.
Had to retake my TOEFL (I took it in high-school, but it's been a really long time ago, so they didn't want to take it, hope i score well again, waiting for my results). Good luck : ) !
Hi! I am finishing my law degree in Portugal and applied to the International Security master. Hope to get in, it is my first option! Good luck to everyone who applied to PSIA
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