Decision day is coming soon and I have no clue what to choose. I’m a liberal arts major (probably international relations, econ, and/or sociology but still undecided).
I grew up in a city and I love it but it also may be nice to live in a small community for a change. Money isn’t really an issue.
Love McGill but have concerns over not speaking French and networking for jobs/grad school/law school in the United States after college.
Of course, UMich is an amazing school but I’m not the biggest sports person and am a little concerned about the size. Great alumni network though along with name recognition.
For both of those I’m a little worried about the large classes and less personal relationships with professors.
Kenyon has less recognition but has professors whose job is to teach and not worry about research which is a plus. Also, gives more guidance than the larger schools?
I love Montreal and McGill is a great school, I have never been to Michigan (visiting soon) but it’s known for academics and opportunities (no big city though), and Kenyon has the liberal arts college experience which might be a nice break before moving back to a city after graduation.
Any advice/guidance would be much appreciated.