by Lette Berhe
Do you have a list of your top 10 U.S. universities that you would like to apply to? Maybe you are just starting to research. If your decision isn’t set, then we want to give you some tips on what you should be looking for when comparing universities.
We know that ranking is important. The #1 school is at the top for a reason. But just like every person is unique, each university is different. Sometimes the school that you think is right for you may not actually be the best choice.
Whether or not you work with us here at Epro 360, you will eventually find yourself in the same position as many of our students: with a list of universities you want to apply to.
Ranking is a great way to narrow down the list because it provides you with the foundation of quality. But when you sit down to compare your top choices, here are 5 important factors to help you find out what each university or degree program can offer you.
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