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Doesn't seem like Texas or WUSTL really feed to the NYC market, based on their employment stats. if you want NYC, can't go wrong with an Ivy League Top-14 school that typically feeds directly into that market, although the price tag is REALLY hefty there.
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dvd wrote:I'd be paying sticker at Cornell, or $21K per year at Texas, or $7K per year at WUSTL. Ultimately I would love to work in NYC, so Cornell seems like a pretty good shot, but I think that might be possible from Texas as well. I know my chances would be shot at WUSTL, but I also realize that not acquiring a lot of debt could be a good thing.
I had these options, more or less. And some others. I'm at Cornell. I don't regret the decision.
Are you more worried about keeping doors and opportunities open or more worried about avoiding debt? I think Cornell is your safest bet here, even with the price tag.
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