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  1. I have done my undergraduate in economics. I am now working for an NGO and have developed an interest in environment and climate change. Can you recommend top programs to get a Master's in? Also, do you think a Master's is sufficient or should I opt for a phd? I don't have a quantitative background, my math needs work. Additionally, should I go for a Public Policy program or a specialized environment/climate change program? Is it better to be specialized or general? I understand different people will have different opinions- I want to hear all of it. Thanks.
  2. Hey. In the introductions I have noticed that a few of the folks on this forum have had corporate jobs, and still managed to get a Fulbright for Public Policy. I always thought Fulbright would be given to development professionals, people with backgrounds in NGOs etc. Is this not true?
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