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    Columbia New York/Paris program

    Does anyone know any information about this program? It sounds like quite an amazing opportunity for post graduates, however their website is fairly vague.

    I suppose the main things I'm wondering are in regards to acceptance rates and financial aid. The website claims students of any academic background are encouraged to apply, but I'm sure they have some sort of prototype they're looking for, right? I have relatively good grades (3.65 overall, 4.0 in my Major) from a well regarded (at least in the Pacific Northwest) liberal arts school, and have been involved in the community volunteering for an organization providing resources for those in the community affected by HIV/AIDS. I realize this is not exactly planning related, but at least it shows that I've been doing something to help benefit/get involved in the community.

    Anyways, I'm essentially looking for any information anyone knows or has heard about this program, because it sounds like it could be a great opportunity to kick-start a master's degree

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    I apologize for posting twice, I didn't realize there was a review process for included links, and figured my computer was being glitchy when it didn't post this thread immediately. If a moderator would delete this thread, it would be most appreciated.

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