Brown does not have a business school. So is Princeton.
Brown engineering is probably as good as UPenn and Dartmouth.
All four are Ivy League so go figure.
If top-rated business training is what you seek, head to Duke. My guess is your heart is already set up for Duke but got trapped by the allure of Ivy League (who doesn't??!!) Trust your instinct.
you feel people very good! Exactly!
And now I wanna know how Brown Engineering and business divisions are good? ANYONE? Brown's affiliated are welcome
And someone from PRIME??? This is a new program, and so they don't have alum network.
As I know Duke's MEM program is a little bit older and already has alums over the world...
jmleadpipe - I appreciate every post, but you did't even try to understand me...
Both Universities are AWESOME! And in any way I think I will be happy with my choice.
Who saying that these schools are totally different, please, help to choose!
See, Brown is well known for its Undergrads, it has small grad student body - 1500 (respectively), but it is Brown and Ivy. And it has excellent academics (if listen others...) Didn't understand one thing - if they have free curricular, but for PRIME I should finish 6 courses, is that mean I need to finish them? Want or don't?
On the other hand, Duke known for its Grads! almost 6000! Awesome campus (Can someone send me fotos of Brown campus??? to aibek.nurkadyr (pet) **********), great nature, cool academics, but sometimes I hear that it has ... southern culture (respectively, again). And it a little far away from MA and boston, known academic center.
Duke gave me answer in feb, and while discovering it I almost fell in love
I should make decision soon, before 5 of april, to be in time( will send by fedex).