Why have you chosen McCourt? I chose McCourt because of is its unwavering focus on academic rigor, reputation, and commitment to instill robust yet practical quantitative analytical skills. In addition, the international bent of the school/program—both in cohort composition as well as the curriculum—really appealed to me. Finally, as true as any cliche rings, there is no better place than Washington D.C. to be studying policy at, and I was not going to miss out on that opportunity.
What's the best part of your experience so far? I have thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to be taught by, and interact with, some of the eminent researchers and practitioners in the field of international development. Besides that, having the exposure to attend some brilliant and engaging seminars, panel discussions, and talks has certainly been a great experience thus far.
Undergraduate degree and university: B. Eng in Materials Science and Engineering with minors in Business and Public Policy from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Hobbies / Interests: Attending live music shows, cooking, geeking out over everything economics, exploring vegan restaurants, and keeping up with the wonderful sport of cricket.