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Cornell (AEM) vs NYU (Stern) vs Cornell (PAM)

momkimmymomkimmy Registered User Posts: 13 New Member
edited March 2010 in Business Major
which of these three would you rank as the best program for a student pursuing business to attend?
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Replies to: Cornell (AEM) vs NYU (Stern) vs Cornell (PAM)

  • HONORLIONSHONORLIONS Registered User Posts: 1,582 Senior Member
    Well they're not all that related even... Cornell AEM's well... economics. Both Stern and AEM offer excellent job prospects... PAM's more like a political career I'd say
  • cr_freakcr_freak Registered User Posts: 349 Member
    pick AEM/PAM. If you want Ibanking its all about the prestife of the institution u attend rather than the popularity of it's business program (which is why english majors from Harvard do better than most top business school grads at wall street). Cornell's overall prestige is much greater than that of stern. Choose Cornell.
  • openedskittlesopenedskittles Registered User Posts: 954 Member
    Stern has a highly ranked finance department that sends a much higher % of students to Wall Street than any college at Cornell. I would go there, because it has a more prestigious business program and the people who matter will know that.
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