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  1. Hello all, I recently received the great news of being accepted to Berkeley's MIMS program and the University of Washington's HCDE program. I am also waiting for some good news from the Georgia Tech HCI program. If I get into all three of the schools, I will have a hard time picking one. Therefore, I'd like to pick your brain on which school to choose: Which school is the best career-seeking wise? Which school has the highest ROI? Etc. Here are a few things about me: UX/HCI design is my primary interest I don't have a strong technical background (I studied social sciences) but I am willing to learn I am an international student, and therefore cannot work part time during the first year and may consider returning to my home country at some point, post graduation Cost is and also is not an issue. I will get some financial support from my parents but will also need student loans. Thank you in advance!
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