Stanford or Harvard?

Should I choose Stanford or Harvard?
Which one is better to present to my school counselor?
It’s been months since I’ve started comparing
them and I still cannot decide.
I need the other people’s points of view.

5 Answers

  1. I am a Harvard graduate, and I never regretted it: the town is good, the campus is nice, and my peers were amazing. Stanford is probably not much different, but Harvard is better known around the world.
    I learned it while working in Europe. Additionally, the alumni network at Southeast and Northeast is stronger at Harvard. Harvard also has perfect clubs at BY and Boston.
    Its programs are slightly stronger than Stanford’s.

    AngryBird AngryBird Answered
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  2. Well, it depends on you. At Stanford, you get a warm, sunny place while at Harvard you’ll face severe winds. Stanford’s building is modern and classy whereas Harvard looks old (well, it actually is old).
    The reputations and programs are equally brilliant at both schools.
    Check the tuition, though, it may differ.

    SmartAmy SmartAmy Answered
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  3. If you want to study technologies, entrepreneurship or economics or you hate East Coast, apply to Stanford.
    Otherwise, Harvard.

    Mr.Oldman Mr.Oldman Answered
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  4. Both of them are cool.
    Harvard is in Ivy League, and also, everybody in the world knows it.
    But if you don’t know this and ask here, you probably are not serious enough to get in either one.

    Ratib Ratib Answered
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  5. Both Harvard and Stanford are high-quality schools.
    They differ in location, students, and culture, so the choice depends on your personality.

    Nilvis Nilvis Answered
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