NYU and NYU Poly Merger | What do College Mergers Mean?
NYU and NYU Poly recently finalized their long talked about merger agreement making NYU Poly the new NYU College of Engineering. NYU and NYU Poly Merger | What do College Mergers MeanThis move means that students who enroll in NYU Poly from Fall 2013 will be awarded degrees from the NYU College of Engineering.
What does this mean for a student who is currently making a decision to apply, or accept an offer from NYU Poly? Many things, all of which have to be looked at in the context of your proposed course. At the largest scale, this will be a boost for school rankings as Poly is now combined with the much larger, and higher ranked NYU. It also means that students have access to a wide variety of facilities and placement opportunities available at NYU which NYU Poly may not have had the ability to provide its students. In short, students looking at rankings and placement opportunities should take advantage of this change. NYU and NYU Poly Merger | What do College Mergers Mean
On the other hand, mergers affect the way colleges function, professors, grant opportunities and the overall level of education you may receive. You should do some research into how the merger is impacting the faculty, class sizes and quality of education before making any decisions. NYU and NYU Poly Merger | What do College Mergers Mean
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