I graduated with BA last year in June. However, I missed all the important dates about applying for scholarships somewhere outside of my state. Now, there are two options:

  • go to local Uni starting this Autumn of 2017 and do a one-year MA degree

  • wait and start applying for scholarships this August until December for MA programs outside of my state that will start next year in Autumn

The program I want is not taught in my state, so if I want to do my MA here, I would have to finance it myself without scholarship and then improvise writing about my subject while being, actually, self-taught at the end.

Is it worth it to wait one more year to see if I can get scholarships for universities outside of my state?

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    I don't think we can answer for you because this is primarily opinion based. – Michael Apr 24 '17 at 0:14

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