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  1. I have got admits from both the universities for the fall 2020 intake, I wanted to know which one is better call to take. WPI has a heavy project based curriculum and I am an international student, so the tuition would almost be the same for both the universities. Also WPI has a location benefit of being closer to Boston. But some more insight would be really helpful.
  2. Need help deciding. Research from both interest me. Post graduation job opportunities and overall reputation are the two factors I'm considering. Please suggest, thanks!
  3. I am confused between UNC Charlotte(CyberSecurity) and RIT(Computer Science or Computing Security). What I know, 1. UNCC is cheaper; 2. Charlotte is a bigger city with lots of Banking institutions(How will this make a difference to a Cyber Security/Computer Science student?) 3. UNCC can give assistantships only after you are in the 2nd semester; 4. RIT has plethora of jobs. Is that the case with UNCC as well? What I don't know, 1. UNCC vs RIT in terms of financial aid. - RIT has given me a 20% scholarship which can increase for the next year depending on my performance. 2. Brand Name of the University 3. Faculty support and quality of teaching 4. Job and internship opportunities 5. Competitive events that happen and scope for making connections with the industry(in Computer Science or related areas) 6. Location satisfaction and crowd 7. Campus life
  4. Anyone headed to UNC Charlotte this fall? I'll be there for the MSW program!
  5. Has anyone received an admit or response from the tagged universities? By when do they generally declare the admission decision for Spring applicants?
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