Before I get to my question : I have been through all the posts related to Engineering @ Brown, most provided some information, but it was not conclusive enough and often had divergent opinions - and several are outdated, hence I decided to start a new thread.
Background : I'm currently a final year mechanical engineering student (from Asia, and studying in Asia at the moment.) and I'm looking to go to graduate school for a Master's / PhD in Materials Science or an associated field.
I had a look at Brown's Curriculum and research field, and it appealed to me - and Brown as a university also has great appeal to me for their liberal arts approach. My main concern is - that most Ivy schools are thought not to be very strong at engineering. Is this true? And what is the credibility of this information?
Not only this, what would my prospects at employment in engineering be after a degree from here? (I know all that is subject to a LOT of factors, but generally speaking.)