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    French degree acceptable in US?

    I'm interested in getting a Masters in Urban Planning. After having spent considerable time in France, one thought was to do the Masters in France. In terms of accredidation, would getting a French degree be problematic if I wanted to return to the US to work? Thanks for any imput...

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    Sep 2008
    Possibly, my parents had a hard time getting jobs when we moved to Canada from the UK, they didnt reconize their Degrees.

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    Cyburbian mike gurnee's avatar
    Feb 1998
    Greensburg, Kansas
    Once you get past the Human Resources people, many planners would put a French degree on their short list of persons to interview. Mostly out of curiosity on how European training is different from that in the states. Then your foot is in the door.

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