Geographic Mobility in the T14

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SweetTort
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Geographic Mobility in the T14

Postby SweetTort » Sun Jan 19, 2014 7:50 pm

Does one's geographic mobility just go with the USNWR ( Yale having the most, then Harvard, etc.), or is it more nuanced, such as NYU and Columbia having more geographic mobility and schools like UVA and UPenn being more rooted to their surroundings?

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Re: Geographic Mobility in the T14

Postby daryldixon » Sun Jan 19, 2014 7:52 pm

SweetTort wrote:Does one's geographic mobility just go with the USNWR ( Yale having the most, then Harvard, etc.), or is it more nuanced, such as NYU and Columbia having more geographic mobility and schools like UVA and UPenn being more rooted to their surroundings?

Thanks!

It is individualized by school and student.

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Re: Geographic Mobility in the T14

Postby stillwater » Sun Jan 19, 2014 8:01 pm

Really depends on a host of factors. YHS are going to be nationally-mobile. After that things are going to depend on your ties, the school's location and any particularly strong alumni communities that school has (for instance, UVA seems to kill it in Boston for whatever reason).
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Re: Geographic Mobility in the T14

Postby rad lulz » Sun Jan 19, 2014 8:05 pm

daryldixon wrote:
SweetTort wrote:Does one's geographic mobility just go with the USNWR ( Yale having the most, then Harvard, etc.), or is it more nuanced, such as NYU and Columbia having more geographic mobility and schools like UVA and UPenn being more rooted to their surroundings?

Thanks!

It is individualized by school and student.




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