Preuton wrote:hi everybody,
I´m a physics international student and i m planing to spent a year in a exchange program in the US. Most of the universities i have the possibility to go to are not very famous (at least i dont know very much about them ), so i would appreciate some help choosing the best ones for physics.
The options are:
-Florida international university
-George Washington university
-missouri-sant louis university
-Ohio state university
-sant louis university
-University of colorado at boulder ( I think this is the better option)
-University of texas at san antonio
-University of miami
-wayne state university
-san diego state univ
Preuton wrote:thanks for that page is very usefull, as i see the best options are colorado, ohio and boston. I was specting to see geortown university in the ranking as it have great reputation in other fields
Preuton wrote:I have to put several places in order of prefernce so i didnt wnt to know just wich one was the best , but wich ones were the best.
I can fill up to 10 universities, i´m thinking of
i dont know if i should add any more, cause althoug i wanna live the experience the rest seem to be a lot worser that my current university, do you think it could be harmfull in curriculum a year in somwhere like san diego state?
Preuton wrote:Something i may had forgotten to say is that the exchange year will be my senior year , still undergraduate. But i suppose the reputation will be similar. I´m planning to apply to US for phd , as i have very good grades here probably will be applying to top 10-20 .
how much difference will be between attending one year to tufts (top 100) or attending one year to san diego state ( havent see it in any ranking)?
By the way in the US in the last year of undergraduate do you havr to do domething like a mini thesis?
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