Help me with my exchange college choice?
Hi, i am planning on going abroad to study in the US for a semester. I get to choose 7 Universities and they will assign me one. But I have a very big list to choose from, ive already chosen 5, need 2 more. Would you make me a list of your favorite 7 and tell me why u chose them?
University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Colorado State University
North Carolina State University - Raleigh
Brigham Young University
Kansas State University
Michigan State University
Brigham Young University
North Carolina Agricultural and
Technical State University
Texas A&M University
The University of Arizona
University of Massachusetts – Amherst
University of Memphis
University of Nebraska at Lincoln
University of North Carolina at Asheville
University of North Texas
University of Texas at Arlington
University of Texas at Austin
University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee
Utah State University
Western Illinois University
Mississippi State University
Montana State University
P.S. Im studying mechanical engineering. I want the school to be good(academics,campus, scenery), but i wanna have a good time over there too(parties, friendly atmosphere)
- dripLv 77 years agoFavorite Answer
Purdue University and Texas A&M
Western IL University is not know for engineering and is in the middle of nowhere.
Utah State University can have a high percentage of Mormons there. same with Brigham Young.
Purdue and University of Wisconsin will are close to Chicago if you want to visit.
- JonathanLv 47 years ago
I can give you some information about Kansas State. It has a very good College of Engineering. The building is fairly new. The campus is really nice. Most U.S. college campuses are nice but all the buildings at Kansas State are built from native stone and it gives the campus a different look.
The campus has a pretty good, friendly vibe. On some surveys Kansas State has been in the top 10 nationally for student happiness and friendliness of campus. There is also an active social scene. Next to campus is a shopping/entertainment district called Aggieville. It's two blocks of bars and restaurants.
I'll be honest, Manhattan is a small town. The population is just over 50,000 and over 20,000 of that count are college students. It's very much a college town. Some people find it quiet. There are a lot of biking, hiking and camping opportunities.
Wherever you choose, make sure you get out and get involved. Go to some school sporting events. Here is a video of the Kansas State student section before a football game. Enjoy!
- DawnLv 57 years ago
If you want to party, take out Baylor (Southern Baptist) and Brigham Young (Mormon).
Go to college prowler and enter your priorities, and see if that helps. Link below.