Aerospace Engineering at University of Washington

<p>1.Is there any point to going to an out of state school? even if you were accepted to one that was better then the one you are in.</p>

<p>2.If I know faculty at the university of Illinois will that increase my chances of getting accepted or a better scholarship or both?</p>

<p>If I had to choose between university of illinois and the university of washington which is in state... does this all come down to the cost or should I consider illinois because it is #7 for my major of interest.
How good are job opportunities for graduates of engineering at UW compared to top 10 schools.</p>

<p>To sum it up what is engineering at University of Washington like? What is the job outlook like after graduation?</p>

<p>Why did you post this in the Dartmouth subforum?</p>

<p>Udub is a top-notch school. I'd love to go there if I were in-state, and with Boeing in the neighborhood I imagine the AeroE is pretty decent.</p>

<p>With that said, you should apply to Illinois as well. Wait until you have admissions decisions and financial aid / scholarship offers before making a decision. It doesn't hurt to apply.</p>

<p>I would not pay full-freight OOS tuition at Illinois if I were in-state at Udub.</p>

<p>Sorry I'm new to CC I don't know how to start threads.
yes, Udub and UofI seem very similar in the quality of education. Why would Udub be ranked 8 places below uof I?</p>