Difference in Bio research opporunities at Vanderbilt vs. UNC-CH?
Hey guys, I've been accepted to both of these schools as a transfer. I play on pursuing a Master's and PhD, and it's my understanding that admission to Master's programs relies heavily on undergraduate research. I was wondering if there is a significant difference in the research opportunities afforded by these schools? I.e. funding, study abroad, summer research w/ stipends, etc., or if there is any other significant advantage that Vanderbilt would offer over UNC in graduate admissions.