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NYU vs. Ecole hotelier de Lausanne (hotel management)

codus0320codus0320 Registered User Posts: 27 New Member
edited November 2012 in College Search & Selection
I am currently a freshman at NYU majoring in hotel/ hospitality management. I have been accepted to EHL.. should I go here instead?
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Replies to: NYU vs. Ecole hotelier de Lausanne (hotel management)

  • happymomof1happymomof1 Registered User Posts: 25,531 Senior Member
    Will EHL be less expensive and/or give you better job placement?

    But honestly, why are you at NYU instead of Cornell?
  • mom5kidsmom5kids Registered User Posts: 32 Junior Member
    Tell us, why you are reconsidering NYU after only two months of school? Are you disappointed with the program?

    EHL is considered one of the most prestigious in the world, so if you have been accepted and can afford it and are disappointed with NYU, go for it.

    Are you a US citizen?
  • codus0320codus0320 Registered User Posts: 27 New Member
    I am not very much disappointed with the program but I just thought EHL is more prestigious and well known in the industry. After all, networking and alumni affiliation are the two most important aspects to consider in the hospitality field. I have actually decided to stay in NYU and maybe transfer to cornell.
  • RooobertRooobert Registered User Posts: 18 New Member
    Why not EHL if you thought EGL is more prestigious and EGL has also a great networking and alumni affiliation. But after all, it's all up to you.
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