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Does anyone know the degree to which college faculty members affect recruiting/prospects? My file wasn't forwarded to the colleges for a decision, and I'm trying to decide between one college that has a few faculty members/fellows that match my interests and one that is swanky but doesn't.

Does anyone know the degree to which college faculty members affect recruiting/prospects? My file wasn't forwarded to the colleges for a decision, and I'm trying to decide between one college that has a few faculty members/fellows that match my interests and one that is swanky but doesn't.
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I'm not exactly sure what you mean by 'My file wasn't forwarded to the colleges for a decision'.

I'm not exactly sure what you mean by 'My file wasn't forwarded to the colleges for a decision'.
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monhl

From what I've heard, I don't think it matters very much at the graduate level. The undergrads often choose the college based on who is a fellow and with whom they would like to work, on the other hand, graduate students do most of the study activities at the faculty. So I guess you should rather focus on other things when choosing a college - accommodation, funding options, prices, food etc.

From what I've heard, I don't think it matters very much at the graduate level. The undergrads often choose the college based on who is a fellow and with whom they would like to work, on the other hand, graduate students do most of the study activities at the faculty. So I guess you should rather focus on other things when choosing a college - accommodation, funding options, prices, food etc.
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melb

From what I've heard, I don't think it matters very much at the graduate level. The undergrads often choose the college based on who is a fellow and with whom they would like to work, on the other hand, graduate students do most of the study activities at the faculty.


That's what I heard and read. This thread is quite instructive: http://www.llm-guide.com/board/45870

<blockquote>From what I've heard, I don't think it matters very much at the graduate level. The undergrads often choose the college based on who is a fellow and with whom they would like to work, on the other hand, graduate students do most of the study activities at the faculty. </blockquote>

That's what I heard and read. This thread is quite instructive: http://www.llm-guide.com/board/45870
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