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Hey guys! I thought I would start a thread for this program. Has anyone applied, been accepted, or know of how many seats currently available?

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Hey I applied this summer, was interviewed in August, and have recently been accepted. As far as I know they are accepting 32 students.  

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@jsmiddy congrats! I interviewed August 31st and haven't heard back yet, but they said it might not be until October that we hear something. When in August did you interview?

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Hi! I know this is about a year later, but I recently received an interview invitation to MSJ and wanted to get some insight on how the day goes? 

thanks! 

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I also just heard back from MSJ and have an interview September 21st. Any insight would be much appreciated!

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