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I don’t know which to choose , in Fullerton they offer communication in Entertainment and Tourism while in Los Angeles (CalState) offer Public Administration, the problem is I’m not into Fullerton but I like the course and I love Los Angeles but I don’t like the course that much , please I would like to know which of the courses have more advantage in getting a good job internationally and has wide range of advantages..??thank you

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Catherine’s Answer

Hi Munirat, I would highly suggest picking the course over picking the location. I think it is very important for you to enjoy your studies, more than it is to like the city the courses you're taking them in. Think of it this way: you can take courses you enjoy and be engaged with the content, and take weekends to explore areas around Fullerton (like LA), OR you can take courses you don't like and probably won't invest in, just to live in a certain city.

You will most likely have time after courses to move to another city. I think it's important to figure out what's best for your learning style while making this decision. For myself, I went to a school that wasn't in a glamorous city, but I loved the program I was in and I excelled in my courses. I found organizations and activities on and around campus I really enjoyed and was passionate about. I got a great education as was able to graduate early and move anywhere I wished.

Take time to make the decision that you think you will be happiest with, long term.

Catherine recommends the following next steps:

List what is important to you academically
List what is important to you socially/environmentally
Create a workup of the 2 cities, and see how they measure against your lists
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Jackie’s Answer

Take courses that are interesting to you, regardless of location. If you aren't living there, who cares, right? Just think of it as "visiting" in order to get more education. International travel and tourism usually requires that you speak more than one language fluently, and are upbeat and enjoy working with people. There are a lot of things you can do with that knowledge and regardless of whether or not you decide to pursue a career in it, you want it to be worth your money!
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