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Hi - did anyone here choose to go to Penn over NYU or Columbia, and why? Also, anyone here got an LLM at Penn and then managed to land a job in NYC?
Thanks!
Hi - did anyone here choose to go to Penn over NYU or Columbia, and why? Also, anyone here got an LLM at Penn and then managed to land a job in NYC?
Thanks!
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Hi - did anyone here choose to go to Penn over NYU or Columbia, and why? Also, anyone here got an LLM at Penn and then managed to land a job in NYC?
Thanks!

I know from Penn alumni, who got the degree a few years ago that only 2 or 3 students from the entire course were able to find a full job after an additional year when OPT is possible
[quote]Hi - did anyone here choose to go to Penn over NYU or Columbia, and why? Also, anyone here got an LLM at Penn and then managed to land a job in NYC?
Thanks![/quote]
I know from Penn alumni, who got the degree a few years ago that only 2 or 3 students from the entire course were able to find a full job after an additional year when OPT is possible
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Hi - did anyone here choose to go to Penn over NYU or Columbia, and why? Also, anyone here got an LLM at Penn and then managed to land a job in NYC?
Thanks!

I know from Penn alumni, who got the degree a few years ago that only 2 or 3 students from the entire course were able to find a full job after an additional year when OPT is possible

Thanks @4low4WhiteRabbit. Do you mean that most graduates were able to get a job for the OPT year, but couldn't stay afterwards?
[quote][quote]Hi - did anyone here choose to go to Penn over NYU or Columbia, and why? Also, anyone here got an LLM at Penn and then managed to land a job in NYC?
Thanks![/quote]
I know from Penn alumni, who got the degree a few years ago that only 2 or 3 students from the entire course were able to find a full job after an additional year when OPT is possible[/quote]
Thanks @4low4WhiteRabbit. Do you mean that most graduates were able to get a job for the OPT year, but couldn't stay afterwards?
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Hi - did anyone here choose to go to Penn over NYU or Columbia, and why? Also, anyone here got an LLM at Penn and then managed to land a job in NYC?
Thanks!

I know from Penn alumni, who got the degree a few years ago that only 2 or 3 students from the entire course were able to find a full job after an additional year when OPT is possible

Thanks @4low4WhiteRabbit. Do you mean that most graduates were able to get a job for the OPT year, but couldn't stay afterwards?


Unfortunately, not this idea. Maybe the number of students who could find OPT was higher, but not all of them were able to find such OPT on the entire year. This alumnus doesn't know the exact number, but he sure that only a few (2-3) students were able to find a job after the OPT.
[quote][quote][quote]Hi - did anyone here choose to go to Penn over NYU or Columbia, and why? Also, anyone here got an LLM at Penn and then managed to land a job in NYC?
Thanks![/quote]
I know from Penn alumni, who got the degree a few years ago that only 2 or 3 students from the entire course were able to find a full job after an additional year when OPT is possible[/quote]
Thanks @4low4WhiteRabbit. Do you mean that most graduates were able to get a job for the OPT year, but couldn't stay afterwards?
[/quote]

Unfortunately, not this idea. Maybe the number of students who could find OPT was higher, but not all of them were able to find such OPT on the entire year. This alumnus doesn't know the exact number, but he sure that only a few (2-3) students were able to find a job after the OPT.
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