How to choose best College?

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  1. monu96

    monu96 New Member

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    Hi..
    I am Monu. I am going to complete my higher secondary school. I would like to know how can I choose the best college for my b.Arch program.
     
  2. Kizmet

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    Hi Monu - give us a list of your top 10 choices.
     
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    I'd first start with where you will be located when you start working. What is the top school in that location that places the most of its graduates into jobs within that chosen career field.


    Is there a professional society for your career field? Perhaps they might have a list of colleges that they endorse. Sometimes careers will have a required set of curriculum that they want everyone seeking a degree in that subject to have, and will only endorse colleges that follow that curriculum.


    Do you know of anyone already working in the field you want to work in? Ask them for their recommendation.


    Good luck.
     
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    We're not taking this seriously, are we? :shock: Monu96 spams for a school in his home town of Chennai, India. He spams in several places for the Chennai Academy of Architecture & Design. I won't give a link - even though it appears to be a "real" school. Let him waste my time - not yours.

    J.
     
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    You guys are no fun at all. You have to draw them out. Make them work for their spam
     
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    Spammers ain't workers. They don't like work. They like spam and taking life easy. First rule of HR: Want workers? Don't hire spammers. Neuhaus is our HR maven. What he think? :smile:

    J.
     
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    It totally depends upon your interest and the main point is a quality of education and practical knowledge that college should offer.
     
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