Is Cornell Worht it?


unilu
Hi Guys!

I just got admitted to Cornell.. and I was wondering if it worth it ? It might be a stupid question but I really need your advices...

Thanks
Hi Guys!

I just got admitted to Cornell.. and I was wondering if it worth it ? It might be a stupid question but I really need your advices...

Thanks
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petersta
what are yor alternatives?
what are yor alternatives?
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c.ronaldo
cornell is a very fine law school. it has always been ranked in the top 14. it's surely an excellent university!
cornell is a very fine law school. it has always been ranked in the top 14. it's surely an excellent university!
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unilu

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Santa
This depends on so many factors, it is impossible to give a clear answer without more information.

Fe. if it does not really matter whether you do the LLM this year or next year and you are quite sure you can get admitted to NYU, Columbia, etc. it might be worth waiting.
This depends on so many factors, it is impossible to give a clear answer without more information.

Fe. if it does not really matter whether you do the LLM this year or next year and you are quite sure you can get admitted to NYU, Columbia, etc. it might be worth waiting.
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scenery
I also got admitted into Cornell. My alternative is UCLA. Which one do you think is better? Thank in advance for sharing opinions.
I also got admitted into Cornell. My alternative is UCLA. Which one do you think is better? Thank in advance for sharing opinions.
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viper32
I also got admitted into Cornell. My alternative is UCLA. Which one do you think is better? Thank in advance for sharing opinions.
Both are pretty much at the same level. I would have gone to UCLA beacuase you will have more fun in LA.
<blockquote>I also got admitted into Cornell. My alternative is UCLA. Which one do you think is better? Thank in advance for sharing opinions.</blockquote> Both are pretty much at the same level. I would have gone to UCLA beacuase you will have more fun in LA.
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petersta
i would go to UCLA because LA is more fun. but on the other hand, both law schools are really fine. basically, you can flip a coin.
i would go to UCLA because LA is more fun. but on the other hand, both law schools are really fine. basically, you can flip a coin.
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MAB79
I know that the Cornell LL.M. has a great reputation. It is one of the best programs you can chose. However, Ithaca is a little bit far away from a large city. That's why I decided not to apply there...UCLA has a good reputation as well and a very nice campus. but L.A. is not everybody's darling and UCLA is a very young university compared to the Ivy League School Cornell....
I know that the Cornell LL.M. has a great reputation. It is one of the best programs you can chose. However, Ithaca is a little bit far away from a large city. That's why I decided not to apply there...UCLA has a good reputation as well and a very nice campus. but L.A. is not everybody's darling and UCLA is a very young university compared to the Ivy League School Cornell....
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scenery
thanks your guys for sharing opinion..it is very difficult for me to decide where I would go.
thanks your guys for sharing opinion..it is very difficult for me to decide where I would go.
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london23
I think you should go with Cornell over UCLA. The Ivy League difference is going to be significant over the long haul as far as networking, job prospects and ultimately return on investment and satisfaction. Cornell's LLM program has been around since 1928.

I'm puzzled by all of the people's references to large cities (as though they are applying to LLM programs to spend a year partying). Ithaca is a very fun college town, not unlike Ann Arbor, Cambridge or Oxford. Theoretically, people should want to come to study; in this respect, the Cornell experience is unmatched. Top faculty in every field, especially private international law. Excellent career resources. International reputation, etc. In the long haul, getting an Ivy League law degree is the smarter choice if you also want to get into academia. A UCLA degree wouldn't carry the day. JMHO
I think you should go with Cornell over UCLA. The Ivy League difference is going to be significant over the long haul as far as networking, job prospects and ultimately return on investment and satisfaction. Cornell's LLM program has been around since 1928.

I'm puzzled by all of the people's references to large cities (as though they are applying to LLM programs to spend a year partying). Ithaca is a very fun college town, not unlike Ann Arbor, Cambridge or Oxford. Theoretically, people should want to come to study; in this respect, the Cornell experience is unmatched. Top faculty in every field, especially private international law. Excellent career resources. International reputation, etc. In the long haul, getting an Ivy League law degree is the smarter choice if you also want to get into academia. A UCLA degree wouldn't carry the day. JMHO
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dnilim
I am really confused between Cornell and University College London???
can somebody help with this..
I am really confused between Cornell and University College London???
can somebody help with this..

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