OU v. SMU v. Baylor

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kateh
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OU v. SMU v. Baylor

Postby kateh » Sun Mar 07, 2010 10:41 pm

I have full-tuition offers at OU and Baylor. I also have a very generous offer (all though not full tuition) at SMU. Any advice on which offer I should take? I'm more of a big-city type of girl so I worry about attending school somewhere like Waco, but I've heard that Baylor's employment prospects are much better than OU's. I love SMU's campus, but is SMU any better academic/employment prospect-wise than the other 2?

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catharsis
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Re: OU v. SMU v. Baylor

Postby catharsis » Sun Mar 07, 2010 10:46 pm

kateh wrote:I have full-tuition offers at OU and Baylor. I also have a very generous offer (all though not full tuition) at SMU. Any advice on which offer I should take? I'm more of a big-city type of girl so I worry about attending school somewhere like Waco, but I've heard that Baylor's employment prospects are much better than OU's. I love SMU's campus, but is SMU any better academic/employment prospect-wise than the other 2?


assuming you want to work/live in Texas: SMU > Baylor > OU

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Re: OU v. SMU v. Baylor

Postby cafloyd12 » Sun Mar 07, 2010 10:47 pm

SMU's employment prospects are miles ahead of Baylor's. Baylor is a good school, but SMU is sort of a gem in a very insular legal market.




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