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Rutgers-New Brunswick vs Pace Lubin School of Business

al2756al2756 Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
Can anyone please compare these two schools (for Business/ Business Economics?) I thought Pace was a good choice because it's Business program is usually praised, and it's location makes for many opportunities. Their Co-op program is particularly good, and they claim to be able to set people up with internships in the city. On the other hand, Rutgers is in New Jersey, an hour from the city. It has, however, been offered Ivy League status in the past. It is a very old institution, and it is definitely more recognized. At the same time, Pace might have more connection in the city itself. Keep in mind that I might want to transfer to UCLA, NYU, or Fordham for business in the future. (Although I see that NYU Stern is ridiculously hard to get into.)

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