Tufts or Emory?

<p>Which one would you choose for a double major in International Relations and Economics? And why? Thanks.</p>

<p>I'd go with Tufts.</p>

<p>I would say Emory because of the location. Atlanta will probably have more opportunities in both fields--the Dalai Lama comes to campus every year or every two years, you'll be able to find economics related internships in Atl, etc.</p>

<p>Emory for econ, Tufts for IR, Emory for overall</p>

<p>Atlanta has the highest future job growth rate as predicted by a magazine I can't recall at the time.</p>

<p>I would go with Emory. Maybe because I live in Boston now.</p>

<p>I'd go with Emory, I was actually prepared to apply to both and want to double major in International Relations and Economics.</p>

<p>Really, Emory was my 2nd choice, Tufts was 7th.</p>

<p>Emory was great in political science and economics and is connected with the Carter Center. The school had better facilities and dorms, and just a lot more space. </p>

<p>Tufts felt almost like I'd have to sacrifice a having a full-campus in exchange for the great academics. I prefer Altanta to Boston, love the beautiful green campus, and felt I'd enjoy my four years their more than any other school except Amherst, which I've enrolled in now.</p>

<p>There's always graduate school for Tufts, but no grad for Emory.</p>

<p>Tufts. I like Boston better.</p>

<p>Definately Tufts. In international stuff/economics, Tufts dominates</p>