Shreya Shakya

a month ago

I received a 40% scholarship at Clark University for ms in Environmental Science and Policy. Still, the tuition fee is almost 23,000 USD. It is a stem degree.

I am not sure if it is worth of taking an education loan. If I try for Fall 2023, I will have to give GRE, so, will it broaden my chances fo scholarships and assistantships?

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Arjun Aravind

a month ago

Hi Shreya, as you had received a scholarship without GRE I assume, its clear that the GRE scores were never a factor in order to achieve one in the first place. An assistantship is also not related to GRE, but instead it depends on your interaction and relation with the professor you are interested to work under. So unless you are sure to get a better university in the next intake, I don't see th... See more

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Zeal Zeal

a month ago

It's a good amount of scholarship(40%). USD 23000 is a reasonable tuition in a decent university in USA. The competition will only increase and you will be joining the job market late if you plan 2023. See more

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