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Hello everyone!

The previous week I got accepted to the master's program at Case Western Reserve University and the University of Florida in Biomedical Engineering. I love Case Western as it has been a pioneer in BME research for a long time, however, it is a private university and does not offer any financial aid to incoming masters students. The University of Florida, on the other hand, is a public university and I got a 4500 USD scholarship. I would have chosen Case Western over the University of Florida had it been more economical for me, but I am not sure whether I am thinking about this the right way. Is it worth it to let go of Case Western??

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Hello! UF's BME department is great! Money is important, and should be part of your decision. I don't know much about Case, only about its good BME reputation but I think is important to go somewhere where you don't have to stress too much about money. I had research experience in BME at UF and I can tell you that is definitely worth it! Good luck with everything~ 

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6 hours ago, Y_TheScientist said:

Hello! UF's BME department is great! Money is important, and should be part of your decision. I don't know much about Case, only about its good BME reputation but I think is important to go somewhere where you don't have to stress too much about money. I had research experience in BME at UF and I can tell you that is definitely worth it! Good luck with everything~ 

Yup! I agree with you completely. Thanks :) 

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