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Business college

RapsapsRapsaps Registered User Posts: 44 Junior Member
edited April 2013 in Ohio University
Hello everyone

I am an international student and I have been admitted to the Ohio university for a major in finance.

I do not know actually how good the school is.. Is it better than pen state 2+2 plan that is start at Altoona and finish at university park?
Have a heard a lot about the school... Anyone here knows how good their business school is?

Please do post here your views and experiences if u have graduated from the Ohio university.
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Replies to: Business college

  • snugapugsnugapug Registered User Posts: 517 Member
    I don't think you'll go wrong with either choice. Those of us on the Ohio U board like Ohio:)
    For the best choice for you - I would suggest you compare cost, transportation, and housing (do you need the dorm to remain open to you over breaks? Would you be able to get housing at Altoona?)
  • RapsapsRapsaps Registered User Posts: 44 Junior Member
    I have the housing at both the Altoona as well as Ohio.. Ofc on campus.

    I m basically worried about the quality of education. As said I want to major in finance and hence want to attend the best of the avaliable choices.

    It would be great if I could talk to some people already at Ohio as it will give me a better understanding of everything.
    I have some questions regarding the choice of major like do after 2 years Ohio requires u to choose ur major or it doesn't.. (like Altoona does.. 2 years they teach u and If u fulfill the requirements u get to get ur intended major)

    So what exactly it is like at Ohio!?!?

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