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Guys I'm really having difficult time choosing between these two schools. My area of interest is Control Systems I plan to continue to Ph.D right after completing my MS in one of these schools. What do you think? Which school should I choose? ((I don't care about the cost since i will be fully sponsored))
With the deadline approaching, I'm very confused which one to choose. Given that Georgia is cheaper and affordable compared to Michigan, UMich is a great place to study. I somehow feel that a college town will establish more connections with the people than a city. Both places are great wrt academics and research. I am very interested in research and hope to get into RnD division after my masters. I'm particularly thinking about the job opportunities only. I have heard too many people say that any decision I take wont go wrong, so I wish someone can provide me with a little bit more insight on this.
I finished applying and sent in my applications on October 23rd, 2019. I applied to U-Mich, OSU, CWRU, and UW-Madison. I have a 3.756 GPA, internship experiences at Brigham and Women's Hospital NICU, Dana Farber Cancer Institute, and some local classrooms. Is this a strong application/resume? Also, when did you hear back if you applied to these schools?
Hello! I need your help. I have gotten two admissions, one is MS of nutritional science from UMSPH, Ann Arbor, another is called MS of nutrition and public health, Teachers College, Columbia University( I am really surprised that this program is under teachers college rather than Mailman Public School). I want to have more opportunities to work and research in global contexts, which programs do you think is better for me? 4.15 is approaching. Thank you!