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Operations Research - Cornell vs Columbia

russum1988russum1988 Registered User Posts: 12 New Member
edited April 2007 in Cornell University
I am applying to Cornell for Operations Research and Industrial Engineering and Columbia for Financial Engineering. I want to work in finance after school. I know that Columbia is in NYC which is a big advantage for a financial career. The thing is I am a transfer student and would probably have to overload a semester or two to graduate in four years from Columbia. Is the location of Columbia worth overloading courses? How is the recruiting at Cornell by financial institutions?

If I got into both, where should I go?
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