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Do you believe that in a field such as marketing the reputation of the university in general is more important that the curriculum itself ? For example is an ivy league uni better in your opinion than a tier 2 with a more work applicable curriculum ?
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I personally think that there is always a huge limitations on curriculum no matter how good it is. Practical work experience always teach you the most relevant things. As such, I believe that even if ivy league schools have inferior curriculum to the tier 2 schools, the ivy league schools reputation may ease your way to the best possible training programs or internships.

Then again, I don't think the curriculums of ivy league schools may be that much inferior, nor do I think that tier 2 schools grads will not be able to get the same internships as ivy league grads. I guess in the end it boils down to your personal preference and circumstances.

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jxav wrote:
I personally think that there is always a huge limitations on curriculum no matter how good it is. Practical work experience always teach you the most relevant things. As such, I believe that even if ivy league schools have inferior curriculum to the tier 2 schools, the ivy league schools reputation may ease your way to the best possible training programs or internships.

Then again, I don't think the curriculums of ivy league schools may be that much inferior, nor do I think that tier 2 schools grads will not be able to get the same internships as ivy league grads. I guess in the end it boils down to your personal preference and circumstances.

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Thanks for your answer I will consider it while I make the final comparisons :-)
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