WPI vs RPI (physics)

<p>which one is better in physics major?
I plan to go to top u after undergrad</p>

<p>I can't provide any information on RPI. </p>

<p>The physics program at WPI is small, which means limited research opportunities and course selections. On the other hand, they put a lot of effort into educating undergraduates and you will likely get to know your professors. If you choose WPI, I would advise you to start looking for summer research opportunities (NSF REU program) very early on, even for your freshman summer.</p>

<p>thank you very much
Does anyone know about RPI</p>

<p>RPI is school on the move up and broadening its national/international reputation. I would give it a very close look. My son's impression was that it was much broader and deeper as an educational environment than WPI, even within the context of "polytechnic" schools. That said, WPI is well regarded by people in the know in certain disciplines. But I would pick RPI.</p>

<p>Go with RPI.</p>

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<p>For some applicants, it's a close call. RPI has greater assets but WPI is not lacking. I don't think that you'll find much significant differences in the career outcomes of RPI graduates and WPI alumni.</p>

<p>thank you very much</p>

<p>WPI is no slouch but RPI is the overall better school. I also think RPI is much better known outside U.S. northeast.</p>

<p>thx , i choose RPI :)</p>