About education in USA

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    About education in USA

    Hello. I wanna to know about possibilitys to study programming in USA. I`m from Lithuania, yet I`m only in 11 form (16 y.o.). So... maybe some of you knows good universitys or colleges where I can study programming. I programming in C++ about year, IMHO I learnt pretty much, basicly I`m learning Win32 API...so I wanna to proceed that specification. Also I want to learn ASM, and other low level things. So is there any that king of university or college? Or maybe you know relative collages or universities? Thank you.
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    You may want to visit some technical colleges (MIT, ITT) and see what kind of degrees they have to offer.

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    > (MIT, ITT)

    Did you just put ITT and MIT in the same category? What?

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    Ouch.



    Another you might want to check into is CMU (Carnegie Mellon).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Govtcheez
    Did you just put ITT and MIT in the same category? What?
    ROFL!! <--quite literally

    CU (Colorado University) is also good. Just don't hold their football program against them.

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    Just don't hold their football program against them.
    Same goes for MIT.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Govtcheez
    > (MIT, ITT)

    Did you just put ITT and MIT in the same category? What?
    I don't understand what I did wrong

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kleid-0
    I don't understand what I did wrong
    Just because they both have "Tech" in the title doesn't mean they're at all similar. MIT's one of the most respected universities in the world. ITT is crap.

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    But ITT is showed on TV! Quality commercials!

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    But ITT is showed on TV!
    So is Chia Pet. And William Hung.

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    go William Hung!

    to the OP...you can look into University of Illinois

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scribbler
    ROFL!! <--quite literally

    CU (Colorado University) is also good. Just don't hold their football program against them.
    Go to the University of Southern California. They have good football, good parties, and the education is ok too Seriously, it's a good school. Lots of international students too

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    You may want to visit some technical colleges (MIT, ITT) and see what kind of degrees they have to offer.
    *gasp*


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    > (MIT, ITT)

    Did you just put ITT and MIT in the same category? What?

    I don't understand what I did wrong
    Damn, Kleid-0 you might want to run to a non-extradition country and change your name.

    Hell, your house might even be hit by lightning tonight!
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    Hell, your house might even be hit by lightning tonight!
    Excellent idea! I'll see what I can do to arrange that.
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    This is not cool...

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