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top 100 grad engineering school vs not?

paul2752paul2752 Registered User Posts: 4,594 Senior Member
I know the ranks aren't everything, but it's just my bits of greed to have a degree from a well-known presitigious engineering grad schools.

However, how much does the name affect your job prospects in large chem. Engineering companies?

Replies to: top 100 grad engineering school vs not?

  • xraymancsxraymancs College Rep Posts: 4,247 Senior Member
    If you are interested in a Ph.D. then your advisor is the key to getting a good job after graduation. If you are interested in a Masters degree, then look for the specialization you are interested in and make sure that the school has a lot of companies coming to recruit.
  • paul2752paul2752 Registered User Posts: 4,594 Senior Member
    How do I know if the school has connectsion to companies? Are they advertised in the website?
  • xraymancsxraymancs College Rep Posts: 4,247 Senior Member
    Look at their career center's web page. They usually advertise the companies that come to recruit.
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