Michigan Business vs. Cornell Business

<p>Each seems to have its own advantages. The Michigan business program is already established and ranked no. 3. However, Cornell's AEM program is a larger program that is just beginning. Since it is an ivy league, it is conceivable that in four years it will be ranked at the level of Michigan. Other advantages of Conrell is that one is admitted to the program from high school unlike in Michigan one has to wait until a sophomore in college. SO which would you choose? Which do you think would provide better oppurtunities in the future in terms of jobs and graduate schools?</p>


<p>As a graduate of both Michigan and Cornell, I would recommend Michigan for undergradfuate education and for Business. Ann Arbor and Michigan are just more fun and more pleasant than Ithaca and Cornell and Michigan has a better B School than Cornell. </p>

<p>This said, you cannot go wrong with either in terms of professional and graduate school aspirations. Both will get you where you want to go. So study the two schools well and go to the one that fits your personality best.</p>

<p>Haha... that is Alexandre's dream question.</p>