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The University of California - Berkeley Business School

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I like CAL aQuite BrightBusiness - Management and Administration
I like CAL a lot more than I thought I would. The first week of school was a bit overwhelming. Now that I have figured out how to register for classes etc., I am really happy with university life here.
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I don't know anyone at Berkeley who wouldn'tBrightEconomics
I don't know anyone at Berkeley who wouldn't choose to come here again. This school has so much to offer both academically and outside of the classroom. I know a lot of people are critical of the issues Berkeley faces especially when it comes to budget issues- we don't have the kind of money here that you'd expect from a top private school- not all the buildings on campus are maintained perfectly, not every class has just 15 students to a teacher. But the way you're challenged here is amazing, and the community you experience exceeds expectations. Everyone here is passionate about something and it's so awesome. If you're worried about fitting in at a big school, don't. When you're in a community at Berkeley, you find yourself running into people you know on campus constantly, to the point where the school doesn't feel that big at all.
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1) Name value is great for jobs
2) Not hard to get good GPA for grad school(Unless you are in engineering or chemistry)
3) Barren of attractive girls (and for you girls, it's also pretty lacking of hot guys)
4) Meet people from all over world, lots of cultureAll graduates I know from the school have found jobs with ease because of the name of UC Berkeley on their resume. As an econ major (Berkeley is #1 in Economics), this is especially helpful. Though I bash on Cal for not being challenging and not having the greatest campus or girls (as compared to UCSB and SBCC where I grew up), I still would choose to go here because of the name value and the easiness to achieve a good GPA for grad school (I currently have a 4.0 as a junior). You get to meet a lot of different people from all over the world. For example, over my past two years, I have made friends from Germany, Brazil, and Peru. If you come here, you will surely learn just from the different cultural perspectives; it is a great learning experience.
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