Master's Programs Selectivity

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krpcannon
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Master's Programs Selectivity

Postby krpcannon » Thu Mar 16, 2017 12:23 pm

All,

As a Math & CS major, my coursework in math is far too limited to be competitive for PhDs, and my research experience is in theoretical computer science, so I am looking at Master's programs for now.

How much less selective are unfunded Master's programs, like at NYU or Upenn? Also, I would really value information regarding master's specifically in Europe, like at ETH. How selective are they? What are the main factors?

Thanks!

verysweetjuices
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Re: Master's Programs Selectivity

Postby verysweetjuices » Fri Mar 17, 2017 5:56 pm

krpcannon wrote:All,

As a Math & CS major, my coursework in math is far too limited to be competitive for PhDs, and my research experience is in theoretical computer science, so I am looking at Master's programs for now.

How much less selective are unfunded Master's programs, like at NYU or Upenn? Also, I would really value information regarding master's specifically in Europe, like at ETH. How selective are they? What are the main factors?

Thanks!


They are exactly 21.51510895791% less selective.




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