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29 Mar Should you attend an Ivy League/Top University?

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In this video I want to cover some reasons why you should/shouldn’t attend a top University. You often hear, the grass is always greener on the other side! Well let’s find out

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  • Peter Widia
    Posted at 05:55h, 29 March

    Going to a top university if very important. I'm not smart and thus highschool grades are absolutely horrid. I ended up going to some random university that no one knows. Its not even listed in the Times Higher Education or QS World Rankings. Of course it was very hard for me to find a proper job since no employer would hire a person from an unknown university. Now I work in 7-11.

    So kids… please take your studies seriously or else you'll end up like me.

  • Isaac Roebuck
    Posted at 05:55h, 29 March

    I would actually beg to differ and say that smaller, more specialized, private universities would be better, but mostly only if you know exactly what you're doing.
    Alright strap in, this is a long one but if you're interested in the topic it's worth a read.

    I considered for a long time going to University of Michigan, which is easily the most reputable in the state, and honestly not a bad choice. But I'm an engineer, I'm going into automotive product development, I'm sure their engineering program is great and they have massive resources, but at the end of the day they're mostly a school of arts, not science. I liked the idea of the prestige but at the end of the day I'm an engineer for my own enjoyment, not everyone else's. I want more than anything to master my craft, I'm going professional not because it's a solid career choice, I could make good money doing whatever, but it wouldn't make me a better engineer, would it. In the end I chose my school based (initially) off the suggestion of a technical center instructor, he's one of the most intelligent people I've ever met, the definition of a master engineer with 40 years of experience, looking forward to a million dollar retirement. So naturally when he suggested Kettering University without even having to think about it, it immediately got my attention. So a couple months ago I drove down there and found out why, after hours of listening to staff and students alike list off an incredibly extensive list of advantages, and seeing it for myself, I realized that there is just not going to be a better opportunity.

    Now I've been to these collage meeting before, I've heard admissions counselors ramble on before, but this was not like that. Sure their engineering program itself is really good, but much more importantly, above everything else, everything perfectly aligns with my branch of study. I can literally walk up to Ford Motor Company, THE company I have always hoped to work with, at least the first half of my career, and start there they day I start collage and enter paid and credited co-op program, spending half of my collage already in the field. Now this is definitely not to say that you should go to Kettering, in fact, if you don't plan to enter a specific engineering field with heavy emphasis on experience like automotive product development, you probably shouldn't. Over 40% of the students study just one major, mechanical engineering, which is fine with me, I won't be alone.

    In addition to the fact that the admissions system is much better and more personal. At the beginning of high school I was worried about my grades and not being able to attend U of M, although I probably could get in by now if I kept adamant about my relations with admissions, they've still been known to deny 4.0 students. With Kettering they don't have an official "requirement" but they look for a 3.5 range, and honestly that's fine, the pressure which that takes off is immense, and I've done a lot better once I stopped worrying about U of M. Because next year I can essentially just walk in and have my app approved with no issues, and be right where I want to be for the next 4 years. Beyond that their admissions staff is very friendly and actually act like they want students to come to the school, not like they're concerned with being selective.

    Now like I said, this is not an infomercial for Kettering, It's just the smaller private university that I'm attending. But my brother had a very similar type of experience with another small school, Hillsdale Collage, but with a liberal arts focus, now he's doing exactly what he's always wanted to do at a younger age than anyone else has done it. The point is, it's not about getting into a fancy school with some magical name on the diploma. It's about learning what you want/need to learn to achieve what you want to achieve. The best way to do that is to find what's right for you, and that's often much easier to do with a smaller school.

    Sorry for any grammatical errors I made along the way, this is why I'm not majoring in English lol.

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    Posted at 05:55h, 29 March

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    Posted at 05:55h, 29 March

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    Posted at 05:55h, 29 March

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    Posted at 05:55h, 29 March

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    Posted at 05:55h, 29 March

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    Posted at 05:55h, 29 March

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    Posted at 05:55h, 29 March

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  • Amir Hossain
    Posted at 05:55h, 29 March

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