If the “hands-on approach to engineering, friendly students, small and intimate setting, [and reputation as] academically one of the best schools in the nation” don’t win you over, perhaps the fact that “Olin is constantly changing curriculum to try and better fit students’ needs” will. New England’s Olin College of Engineering takes a real-world approach to engineering education, focusing on “hands-on, project-based learning, and close relations with peers and professors. It’s totally different from just about every other undergraduate institution.”
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