Best university for undergrad (no business but literature or something along those lines - sorry I have no idea of rankings)

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Hi guys,

I offered to help my younger sister out by searching for some schools where she could spend 1-2 exchange years. All these universities below are partner-universities of her current school therefore no fees plus living stipend (also admission not the normal route).

She is studying arts (english literature and the such like but also interested in media and pr work). I was just wondering whether somebody of you has any idea which university would be a good option?

My personal taste would be

Berkley,
Penn,
Duke,
Middlebury

all just to the fact that I know the names from BB recruiting..... therefore not a good metric

help me out please

Duke University, Durham, North Carolina
* Hampshire College, Amherst, Massachusetts
* Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana
* Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vermont
* Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana
* Reed College, Portland, Oregon
* Rutgers University, Camden, New Jersey
* Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana
* University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama
* University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona
* University of California - UC System, Kalifornien:
Berkeley UCB, Davis UCD, Irvine UCI, Los Angeles
UCLA, UC Merced UCM, Riverside UCR, Santa
Barbara UCSB, Santa Cruz UCSC, San Diego UCSD
*University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
* University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado
* University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky
* University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland
* University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota
* University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
* University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
* University of Washington, Seattle, Washington
* Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan

Comments (7)

Sep 3, 2010

You could add UoC (University of Chicago) to the list, but its definitely not for everybody.

Sep 3, 2010

I assume she is studying internationally, given it will be an exchange program?

I'd say Cal, as it is a big, traditional American university, has great weather (especially v U Chicago), and, IIRC, has excellent English and Journalism programs.

Sep 3, 2010

No one really looks at study abroad programs as a true educational experience, it's more about learning another culture. Send her to CU Boulder, UNC or one of the CA public schools.

Sep 3, 2010

Rutgers in Camden. One of the safest and culturally diverse parts of the USA.

Sep 3, 2010
Anthony .:

Rutgers in Camden. One of the safest and culturally diverse parts of the USA.

IF YOUR 50 CENT, PAC OR BIGGIE

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Sep 3, 2010
monty09:
Anthony .:

Rutgers in Camden. One of the safest and culturally diverse parts of the USA.

IF YOUR 50 CENT, PAC OR BIGGIE

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Aug 12, 2012
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