UCLA Vs UT(5000)


mlwhisky

How to make a choice,I also want to get further education in Master of Accounting,so^^


I really need some advice on my finnal decision

How to make a choice,I also want to get further education in Master of Accounting,so^^


I really need some advice on my finnal decision
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mlwhisky

HELP!!!

HELP!!!
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MAB79

USD 5'000 is not much to worry about, I guess. So this should no be an issue. Look at the possible clöasses and the laocations of the campuses. Academically they are pretty close to each other...so, you should decide which uni suits you better as a whole. I would chose UCLA over UT because I like the campus and california...but maybe you have different priorities about these issues...

USD 5'000 is not much to worry about, I guess. So this should no be an issue. Look at the possible clöasses and the laocations of the campuses. Academically they are pretty close to each other...so, you should decide which uni suits you better as a whole. I would chose UCLA over UT because I like the campus and california...but maybe you have different priorities about these issues...
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Wheretogo_

In my view UT.

You got financial assistance and it is a great school.

Austin is a lovely place and weather is great! Very friendly and cheap place to live!

Unless you are into the glamour of Los Angeles and UCLA then pick UCLA.

UT campus is beautiful (been there) and you will have a great time!

In my view UT.

You got financial assistance and it is a great school.

Austin is a lovely place and weather is great! Very friendly and cheap place to live!

Unless you are into the glamour of Los Angeles and UCLA then pick UCLA.

UT campus is beautiful (been there) and you will have a great time!
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MAB79

In my view UT.

You got financial assistance and it is a great school.

Austin is a lovely place and weather is great! Very friendly and cheap place to live!

Unless you are into the glamour of Los Angeles and UCLA then pick UCLA.

UT campus is beautiful (been there) and you will have a great time!


UCLA is more than glamour...and the campus doesn't fall back compared with UT (I've visited both). In the End the question is: Do you prefer Texas over California (vice-versa). As I mentioned the rest is more or less equal...

<blockquote>In my view UT.

You got financial assistance and it is a great school.

Austin is a lovely place and weather is great! Very friendly and cheap place to live!

Unless you are into the glamour of Los Angeles and UCLA then pick UCLA.

UT campus is beautiful (been there) and you will have a great time!</blockquote>

UCLA is more than glamour...and the campus doesn't fall back compared with UT (I've visited both). In the End the question is: Do you prefer Texas over California (vice-versa). As I mentioned the rest is more or less equal...
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texn

Gotta chime in on this one. I did my undergrad at Texas at Austin. There is no way I could have asked for a better experience.
Also, from a practical perspective, Austin is much cheaper than LA to live in, so your debt will be considerably less. The job market is much better with the unemployment about half of what it is in California and LA. It's a smaller city, a very young and hip town, less pollution, great music and arts scene, incredible food, easier to get around than LA, and the people are genuinely nicer than southern californians.
That said, the weather is too hot for some.

Gotta chime in on this one. I did my undergrad at Texas at Austin. There is no way I could have asked for a better experience.
Also, from a practical perspective, Austin is much cheaper than LA to live in, so your debt will be considerably less. The job market is much better with the unemployment about half of what it is in California and LA. It's a smaller city, a very young and hip town, less pollution, great music and arts scene, incredible food, easier to get around than LA, and the people are genuinely nicer than southern californians.
That said, the weather is too hot for some.
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MAB79

I just can speak from an international point of view. UCLA is better known and therefore mitgh be more helpful in longterm. And, unless you have a greencard or a great network, you'll have troubles in finding a job in Texas as well as in California. And I didn't think that Westwood, where UCLA is located, falls back. But yes, L.A. as a whole is more trouble to move...Still, I might be a little bit more objective (a little bit because I prefer California as a whole, although I do not like L.A), because I didn't go to school there and just visited both unis...

I just can speak from an international point of view. UCLA is better known and therefore mitgh be more helpful in longterm. And, unless you have a greencard or a great network, you'll have troubles in finding a job in Texas as well as in California. And I didn't think that Westwood, where UCLA is located, falls back. But yes, L.A. as a whole is more trouble to move...Still, I might be a little bit more objective (a little bit because I prefer California as a whole, although I do not like L.A), because I didn't go to school there and just visited both unis...
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mlwhisky

so you guess that if I come back to China, UCLA is more helpful than UT for my further development in my career?

I just can speak from an international point of view. UCLA is better known and therefore mitgh be more helpful in longterm. And, unless you have a greencard or a great network, you'll have troubles in finding a job in Texas as well as in California. And I didn't think that Westwood, where UCLA is located, falls back. But yes, L.A. as a whole is more trouble to move...Still, I might be a little bit more objective (a little bit because I prefer California as a whole, although I do not like L.A), because I didn't go to school there and just visited both unis...

so you guess that if I come back to China, UCLA is more helpful than UT for my further development in my career?

<blockquote>I just can speak from an international point of view. UCLA is better known and therefore mitgh be more helpful in longterm. And, unless you have a greencard or a great network, you'll have troubles in finding a job in Texas as well as in California. And I didn't think that Westwood, where UCLA is located, falls back. But yes, L.A. as a whole is more trouble to move...Still, I might be a little bit more objective (a little bit because I prefer California as a whole, although I do not like L.A), because I didn't go to school there and just visited both unis...</blockquote>
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MAB79

so you guess that if I come back to China, UCLA is more helpful than UT for my further development in my career?



Usually the Californian Schools are better known in Asia, but you should listen around. In my opinion: yes!

<blockquote>so you guess that if I come back to China, UCLA is more helpful than UT for my further development in my career?

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Usually the Californian Schools are better known in Asia, but you should listen around. In my opinion: yes!
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