Hey folks, I'm curious what you all think about Cornell. It has some attractive advantages like being an Ivy with decent name recognition, some specific programs for technical folks like me, and good starting salaries. I'm also considering MIT, Kellogg, and Columbia (K+C both have nontraditional programs and MIT has a dual masters program in Engineering + MBA). They're all great schools so it's tough to prioritize. MIT and Kellogg seem slightly superior and better known across the country (I want to leave New England after graduation), but the other two are good too. I'm tempted to apply to all and see what happens.
Aiming for 750+
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