aidangranada
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Hey,


So, I'm expected to graduate with a 2:1 in a Scots and English Law degree at a university ranked in the top 10 in its discipline.

I'm very interested in politics, and thus public policy and government. It is a 'public policy' course I'd wish to study, most similar to that of Penn. How difficult would it be to get into a university like Penn, for their public policy or a related course?

Coming from the UK, it's very difficult to understand the rank of university my degree and grade puts me in. I'm basically looking for a bit of direction about where I should be aiming for.


Thanks for any help!
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Impossible to say. You’d need to give GRE stats and more info on relevant experience to determine whether or not you’re competitive for a programme. I suggest going to the gradcafe. They’re more familiar with discussing postgrad programmes in the USA.
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