UCLA vs NYU/Fordham


Hello everyone,
I need an advice. I got an admission from UCLA with a scholarship, then also from Fordham University, with a lower scholarship and I am still waiting for NYU. I have to accept the UCLA's offer by 16th April, while the Fordham's one by 30th March.
I obviously know that UCLA is higher ranked than Fordham, and NYU will communicate me the decision no later than early May. I would like to get a job in New York after the LLM program, and some friends of mine (who work in law firms in NY) told me to choose Fordham instead of UCLA, in order to move to NY.
The best choose would be NYU of course, but I don't know if I get an admission.
What would you do in my place?
Hello everyone,
I need an advice. I got an admission from UCLA with a scholarship, then also from Fordham University, with a lower scholarship and I am still waiting for NYU. I have to accept the UCLA's offer by 16th April, while the Fordham's one by 30th March.
I obviously know that UCLA is higher ranked than Fordham, and NYU will communicate me the decision no later than early May. I would like to get a job in New York after the LLM program, and some friends of mine (who work in law firms in NY) told me to choose Fordham instead of UCLA, in order to move to NY.
The best choose would be NYU of course, but I don't know if I get an admission.
What would you do in my place?
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Studying at the west cost makes it apparently way more difficult to work at the east cost (and vice versa?).

Therefore, if you want to work in NYC, choose Fordham to save the option of studying at the east cost and wait until mid-April. If things go south regarding NYU by mid-April you could still reconsider and choose UCLA over Fordham. If things turn out well, you may choose between Fordham and NYU.
Studying at the west cost makes it apparently way more difficult to work at the east cost (and vice versa?).

Therefore, if you want to work in NYC, choose Fordham to save the option of studying at the east cost and wait until mid-April. If things go south regarding NYU by mid-April you could still reconsider and choose UCLA over Fordham. If things turn out well, you may choose between Fordham and NYU.
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Studying at the west cost makes it apparently way more difficult to work at the east cost (and vice versa?).

Therefore, if you want to work in NYC, choose Fordham to save the option of studying at the east cost and wait until mid-April. If things go south regarding NYU by mid-April you could still reconsider and choose UCLA over Fordham. If things turn out well, you may choose between Fordham and NYU.


So it is right (studying at the west cost makes it apparently way more difficult to work at the east cost). I will probably do like you said. I choose Fordham to save the option, hoping NYU will communicate me something until 16th April. Thank you :)
[quote]Studying at the west cost makes it apparently way more difficult to work at the east cost (and vice versa?).

Therefore, if you want to work in NYC, choose Fordham to save the option of studying at the east cost and wait until mid-April. If things go south regarding NYU by mid-April you could still reconsider and choose UCLA over Fordham. If things turn out well, you may choose between Fordham and NYU.[/quote]

So it is right (studying at the west cost makes it apparently way more difficult to work at the east cost). I will probably do like you said. I choose Fordham to save the option, hoping NYU will communicate me something until 16th April. Thank you :)
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