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Rutgers vs. NJIT????

maighetmaighet Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
edited April 2011 in Rutgers University
HI all,

I got accepted to both Rutgers and NJIT for the pharmaceutical engineering program. I had a hard time to decide which school should I go to? any advices? I heard that Rutgers is a really hard school, especially for engineering students..Is that really true? any inside advice about that?
is living in the dorm or apartment would save you money?
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Replies to: Rutgers vs. NJIT????

  • yangyangss88yangyangss88 Registered User Posts: 6 New Member
    Hi , I also got admitted into pharmaceutical engineering program in both univs(Rutgers and NJIT). I am also in the mid of consideration. Let's hope someone who knows more could help us out.
    PS: you can contact me through my email: yangyangss88@sina.cn
    I would like to talk more with you about our choices. ^_^
  • iZodliquifyiZodliquify Registered User Posts: 66 Junior Member
    Both schools are good, but Rutgers has slightly more prestige.

    I prefer Rutgers because its closer to the Pharmaceutical industry. For example, Johnson and Johnson headquarters is in New Brunswick. A lot of students get interships there.

    From the social point of view, NJIT has a 4 guys to 1 girl ratio. Enough said.
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