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    Introductory statement

    Please is it correct to say "I am writing to you to apply to the Masters degree in Economics"?

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    Re: Introductory statement

    No.

    "I am writing to apply for admission to the Masters degree course in Economics."

    Welcome to the forum, sategie.

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    Re: Introductory statement

    Or master's degree program.

    (Master's should be possessive, right?)

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