WFU or PSU or AU LLM


Ivy1028
Hi,
I find there is little information about Wake Forest U.
Among Wake Forest, Penn State U and American U,which school should I choose?
Who can give me a help?
Thanks a lot!
Hi,
I find there is little information about Wake Forest U.
Among Wake Forest, Penn State U and American U,which school should I choose?
Who can give me a help?
Thanks a lot!
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WFU- Very small, non-urban and beautiful setting.
PSU- Very large, non-urban.
AU - No defined campus and urban setting.

So, it depends what you want out of your 9 months. If you want to network and maybe get an interesting internship, AU is likely best. If you want to experience a huge American university with typical American college experience, PSU is likely better. If you want to spend 9 months at a beautiful place with friendly people and get a solid education, WFU is perfect.
WFU- Very small, non-urban and beautiful setting.
PSU- Very large, non-urban.
AU - No defined campus and urban setting.

So, it depends what you want out of your 9 months. If you want to network and maybe get an interesting internship, AU is likely best. If you want to experience a huge American university with typical American college experience, PSU is likely better. If you want to spend 9 months at a beautiful place with friendly people and get a solid education, WFU is perfect.
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Ivy1028
WFU- Very small, non-urban and beautiful setting.
PSU- Very large, non-urban.
AU - No defined campus and urban setting.

So, it depends what you want out of your 9 months. If you want to network and maybe get an interesting internship, AU is likely best. If you want to experience a huge American university with typical American college experience, PSU is likely better. If you want to spend 9 months at a beautiful place with friendly people and get a solid education, WFU is perfect.

Thanks a lot for your help!
It is really helpful to me!~
I do not hesitate to abandon PSU.
But between AU and WFU,I need to think more.
All in all, thank you very much!~
<blockquote>WFU- Very small, non-urban and beautiful setting.
PSU- Very large, non-urban.
AU - No defined campus and urban setting.

So, it depends what you want out of your 9 months. If you want to network and maybe get an interesting internship, AU is likely best. If you want to experience a huge American university with typical American college experience, PSU is likely better. If you want to spend 9 months at a beautiful place with friendly people and get a solid education, WFU is perfect. </blockquote>
Thanks a lot for your help!
It is really helpful to me!~
I do not hesitate to abandon PSU.
But between AU and WFU,I need to think more.
All in all, thank you very much!~
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vmikalos
I don't know much about WFU but I do know that AU is ranked #5 in international law (if that is what you are interested in). Plus, downtown Washington, DC is a quick metro ride away with access to all the many internship and networking opportunities. If it was me, I'd go with AU. Good luck!
I don't know much about WFU but I do know that AU is ranked #5 in international law (if that is what you are interested in). Plus, downtown Washington, DC is a quick metro ride away with access to all the many internship and networking opportunities. If it was me, I'd go with AU. Good luck!
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AU has a good law school, but not higher ranked overall than WFU. And while AU is in the middle of a city, WFU has this (see #49) http://www.thebestcolleges.org/most-beautiful-campuses/
AU has a good law school, but not higher ranked overall than WFU. And while AU is in the middle of a city, WFU has this (see #49) http://www.thebestcolleges.org/most-beautiful-campuses/
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Stagista11
AU's setting is by far the reason for which you should pick that school; DC is so full of opportunities you'd otherwise miss
AU's setting is by far the reason for which you should pick that school; DC is so full of opportunities you'd otherwise miss
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Ivy1028
I don't know much about WFU but I do know that AU is ranked #5 in international law (if that is what you are interested in). Plus, downtown Washington, DC is a quick metro ride away with access to all the many internship and networking opportunities. If it was me, I'd go with AU. Good luck!

Thanks for your advice. I know AU is a perfect choice for good intership or even finding a job. But how about the quality of LLM in international business law?
<blockquote>I don't know much about WFU but I do know that AU is ranked #5 in international law (if that is what you are interested in). Plus, downtown Washington, DC is a quick metro ride away with access to all the many internship and networking opportunities. If it was me, I'd go with AU. Good luck!</blockquote>
Thanks for your advice. I know AU is a perfect choice for good intership or even finding a job. But how about the quality of LLM in international business law?
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Ivy1028
AU has a good law school, but not higher ranked overall than WFU. And while AU is in the middle of a city, WFU has this (see #49) http://www.thebestcolleges.org/most-beautiful-campuses/

WoW!~~You are really kind! In fact, I have applied 6 schools. And WFU is my favorite. It is very fascinating because of its small size class and easily communicating with professors. My English is not very good,so I think it fits me better. But my brother believes DC is a good place where I can have access to new things.However, AU law school is indeed big and has many students so I am worried about if I can understand what the professor says~ As a result, I can not make a decision. You have really offered a lot of valuable
information for me ! Thanks for your kindness~
<blockquote>AU has a good law school, but not higher ranked overall than WFU. And while AU is in the middle of a city, WFU has this (see #49) http://www.thebestcolleges.org/most-beautiful-campuses/ </blockquote>
WoW!~~You are really kind! In fact, I have applied 6 schools. And WFU is my favorite. It is very fascinating because of its small size class and easily communicating with professors. My English is not very good,so I think it fits me better. But my brother believes DC is a good place where I can have access to new things.However, AU law school is indeed big and has many students so I am worried about if I can understand what the professor says~ As a result, I can not make a decision. You have really offered a lot of valuable
information for me ! Thanks for your kindness~
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Ivy1028
AU's setting is by far the reason for which you should pick that school; DC is so full of opportunities you'd otherwise miss

It is likely that more people are tend to AU. Your last sentence is so persuasive that like many opportunities are right in front of me. And if I stretch out my hands I can reach them. Thanks for your suggestion!~And you gives me confidence.
<blockquote>AU's setting is by far the reason for which you should pick that school; DC is so full of opportunities you'd otherwise miss</blockquote>
It is likely that more people are tend to AU. Your last sentence is so persuasive that like many opportunities are right in front of me. And if I stretch out my hands I can reach them. Thanks for your suggestion!~And you gives me confidence.
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