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  1. Utah: Slightly better faculty members (better training) Working as RA (better training) Research Data Center (will attract faculty members in the future?) Collaborating with senior professor here UW: Better brand (how much does that help in placement?) Working a lot as TA in the first two years (a waste of time) Slightly better placements (count that much?) Better location of the university Any comments would be appreciated!
  2. How would you compare other schools to each other? For example, how would you rank the following Ph.D. in Finance programs: Carnegie Mellon, Michigan Ross, SFI Lausanne, Boston College, UBC, Washington University in St. Louis, HEC Paris, University of Texas at Austin, Ohio State, Cornell, INSEAD, University of Southern California, VGSF, and Stockholm School of Economics. It would be great if you could delineate why
  3. Hello everyone, I received an PhD networking event invitation email from Stevens Institute of Technology last Thursday. It said they will compensate your transportation fees(if they are within $500, and $1000 for international travel). Besides, three-day meals and accommodations at Sheraton are covered by SIT. It seems like a on campus visit & interview at the same time. I sent a email to the people who is in charge of this event, and has not received any reply. Since I saw that Finance PhD program is quite new to SIT, is that anybody can give me some advice on this event or Finance PhD program at SIT? Thank you so much!
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