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Old 05-25-2013, 09:28 PM   #1
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Hey guys so I am on a general search for colleges. Majors I am interested in at the moment are Biology and Biomedical Engineering. My family as a whole will probably be shifting to King of Prussia, PA so I was wondering if you know any good colleges in the area.

I don't mind traveling, but I realize that besides top tier schools that everyone knows on a national level, some of the other schools are more well known locally.

So if you wouldn't mind, please post the name of the college/university and the state it is located in. Thanks!!
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Old 05-27-2013, 05:57 PM   #3
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I was just asking if you knew any in your area that you would recommend. Besides top tier college at like Harvard and Yale that most people have heard of
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I have taken a look at BU's website and it looks nice
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I went to BU, graduated in 2010. I did learn a lot and I value the team-focused curriculum in SMG. However, I am skeptical if the premium in cost over a state school is really worth it. A school like UMass Amherst would be a lot cheaper and probably still provide a good education.

If it's not a top tier school, I believe it's mostly up to the individual to gun for top jobs - see www.wallstreetoasis.com
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Save yourself a few bucks an go to school in Canada. Six hours to Queens University in Kingston, ON from KOP. Eight hours to Toronto or Montreal.
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