Question by : Which is better for undergraduate economics: Oxford, Harvard, Yale or Princeton?
I want to go into business, I have an offer from Oxford at Christ Church for Economics & Management, and offers for straight economics from the other 3. Which institution will allow me to succeed the most? I understand that if you have been to one of these institutions then your view will be skewed, but I would like a general reaction please.
Answer by gai
princeton is great for economics but oxford is just a great school in general!…
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Cambridge – Harvard Square: First Church of Christ, Scientist
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The First Church of Christ, Scientist, at 13 Waterhouse Street, was designed in 1917 by church member Giles M. Smith of the noted Boston architectural firm of Bigelow and Wadsworth (later Bigelow, Wadsworth, Hubbard and Smith), who patterned it after Thomas Jefferson’s The Rotunda at the University of Virginia and the Pantheon in Rome. Due to cost constraints, the 6-story domed building was built in two phases between 1924 and 1930. The dome itself was designed and built by the noted Guastavino Fireproof Construction Company. Guastavino used its patented tile arch system consisting of Akoustolith, a porous ceramic material resembling stone, on the interior, with limestone on the exterior. The first services in the completed building were held on April 30, 1930, and after becoming debt free, it was dedicated on May 23, 1937. First Church of Christ, Scientist is still located in the building and is still an active branch of the Christian Science Mother Church.