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I decided to expand my search to 6 schools. UNC, UT-Austin, Haas, Columbia, Wharton, and now Fuqua.

Side note: I went to the Fuqua info session in Washington DC and I met an alum who is in real estate development, which is ultimately what I want to get into. He told me that while not too common, Fuqua students can actually take courses at Carolina and vice versa (anyone attest to this?). Thus, I figure I can supplement the Fuqua cirriculum with real estate courses from UNC if need be. Also, to further drive home my decision to apply, when I told him I wanted to switch over to the other side of the table from Architecture, my current field in which I am unfortunately unemployed, to development he gave me his card and we have e-mailed back and forth about hiring me in some capacity. I'm supposed to meet with him after the New Year to discuss.


While you can take classes at UNC from Fuqua it is still a bit of a hassle and if you want to engage with Professor Hartzell as a lifelong mentor- I'd give UNC the nod over Fuqua in this case
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