What are the general requirements for transferring to semi-prestigious universities/colleges?
I will be attending a state university this upcoming fall. The school is not known for its engineering program. I'm hoping to transfer to a semi-prestigious (defined as less prestigious than the top notches [Harvard, Yale, Stanford, etc] and more prestigious than average state universities) university/college such as UC Berk, Georgia Tech, Texas A&M, Carnegie Mellon, et cetera. What are the general requirements (GPA, work experience, volunteering, club/activities, study abroad, more?) for transferring to them?
Asked By: SV650s - 7/29/2010
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I agree with PE. Stay at your state U. Take the tough courses and get the grades. Then go to grad school at the big name place. You won't get much of a job with just a Bachelor's degree anyhow (with the possible exception of Chem E.)
Answered By: OR1234 - 7/29/2010
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The first question you should ask yourself is why these "semi-prestigious" universities such as Berkeley should make space for you when you're already enrolled in an Engineering degree program. The short answer is they probably won't. Be happy where you are. If you're really good, apply to a semi-prestigious school for... More
Answered By: PE2008 - 7/29/2010
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