blighter wrote:Holy hell! I would be interested in knowing how you got into Harvard and MIT being from a non-physics background and an international student at that.
About you question, both are equally good schools. Both are in Cambridge, so no differences there either. Your choice would depend on your research interests. Look up the faculty profiles for that.
cguyjh wrote:Hi all~
I am an international student and have been admitted to both Harvard (applied physics) and MIT (physics).
Could you please give me any comments regarding these grad schools?
Specifically, I am thinking of conducting doctoral research in the field of condensed matter or AMO experiment.
In your personal opinion, which school is better choice, particularly for above research fields?
Actually, my undergrad major was not physics, but mechanical engineering, so it is really tough to determine only by my own knowledge.
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