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Hi, I want to attend New York University or George Washington University, which are notoriously expensive schools. They are in the top ten for International relations, the degree I want to major in. However, there is no doubt I will need to take out sizable student loans to pay my way. Is it wise to take out student loans even though I know for a fact I will attend law school? Thanks in advance!! :)
I'd say that GWU is really expensive. First off, talk to your parents to see what they can afford. GWU financial aid kinda screw you over because they look at your house mortgage and personal investments (which they add on TOP of what your FAFSA says you can contribute) and then they come out with what you have to pay. But, there's also the bright side that they give a lot of merit based financial aid, which many public schools do not do (atleast not in ohio and a number of other states). I would say what do you want to go to law school for? If you're looking to go to a big name school for law then you have better chances coming out of a good school like NYU and GWU because their academic merit is much higher than SUNY's or CSU's. Your best bet is to write a separate letter to the financial aid office of both describing why you should get more merit based scholarships, also apply for outside scholarships. Just be realistic about what you want to do and how much your are going to make. Many people go to GWU or Georgetown and then end up working for an NGO making 30,000$ a year which is not enough to pay off those loans. I would say if you really want to do it then go for it!
That really depends on you. Have you visited the campuses, sat in on classes, and confirmed that they're as impressive as the rankings would lead you to believe? Do you have an idea of what you plan to do with your law degree? Is it something that'll pay enough to mitigate whatever loans you take on, or where the contacts you'd make at these schools would be particularly useful? Personally, I'm not convinced that GW in particular is worth it. It's a good school, but I don't consider it "most expensive university in the country" good. Its major selling point is the location, and there are other ways of getting ohio internships. That's just me, though. If you fall in love with the place and the faculty, I'm sure you'll find a way to make things work out for the best. Good luck.