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Northeastern v. UConn
« on: March 04, 2008, 12:57:13 PM »
I have received scholarships at both UConn and Northeastern.  I would like to work in Boston in a mid-sized to large firm, which school do you think will bolster my chances?


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Re: Northeastern v. UConn
« Reply #1 on: March 04, 2008, 01:13:27 PM »
Northeastern you cant lose your scholarship, and theres a possibility of a lucrative paid coop.

UConn you can get instate if you move there, or regional tuition if your from a state with no state school, which is sorta like a 10k a year scholarship on top of the money.  That said, Northeastern is in a great neighborhood, and a walk down to the south end provides you with excellent spanish food.  The museum of fine arts is across the street.  And if you have a horrible accident while drinking, the Beth Isreal, Boston Medical Center, and brigham & womans  are all right down the street :).  This is also good if you want to network with (marry) a doctor.