Hidden Gems: 10 most underrated engineering colleges

Recorded Saturday, March 27 at 03:30 PM

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About this livestream


Thinking about a career in engineering? Then join Giebien as he goes over ten of the most underrated engineering colleges that you may not have known about.

Giebien will explore schools throughout the country, detailing what you should look for in a college for engineering and explaining what makes each of our picks special. He'll also take an in-depth look at their resources, such as any research opportunities they may have in place.

Stop by to ask questions or stick around the whole hour to learn how you can take on the field of engineering.

Your host

Undergrad College: Williams College '20

Work Experience: I first joined CollegeVine in the fall of 2016. Since then, I've worked as an essay and admissions consultant, SAT tutor, and hiring manager within the company. More recently, I've also advised hundreds of students in my livestreams, specializing in liberal arts colleges and standardized testing content.

My Admissions Story: I did almost everything wrong in my undergraduate applications, and I was never supposed to attend Williams. The fact that I did is the best thing that ever happened to me! I've learned a lot of tips over the years on what to do in your college applications, and I have ample first-hand experience of what not to do as well. But the biggest lesson of all? Don't let yourself stress too much about the admissions process. Things (somehow) found a way to work out for me in the end. They will for you, too!

Audience questions

These are questions from the audience that we had time to answer during the live session. If you have any other questions, you can request an answer from Giebien and other CollegeVine experts in an upcoming livestream or on the Q&A Forum anytime.
32:54@anonymous:I'm wondering if you have time if you'd be willing to talk a bit about engineering concentrations -- for example, would a student need to choose petroleum engineering (or mechanical, electrical, etc.) specifically?


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