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Berkeley/Sloan/Columbia for SAN FRAN [#permalink] New post 25 Apr 2010, 08:22
Hey Guys

Just wondering what people think about Berkeley vs Sloan vs Columbia if the plan is to move out to San Fran post graduation to work? Obviously I know Harvard and Wharton would be a no brainer but since Sloan and Columbia are a step up from berkeley, is it wise to go to one of those and then move out or is the Berkeley name within California strong enough that it would mitigate the differences between haas and sloan/CU?
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Re: Berkeley/Sloan/Columbia for SAN FRAN [#permalink] New post 25 Apr 2010, 13:14
alanshore wrote:
Hey Guys

Just wondering what people think about Berkeley vs Sloan vs Columbia if the plan is to move out to San Fran post graduation to work? Obviously I know Harvard and Wharton would be a no brainer but since Sloan and Columbia are a step up from berkeley, is it wise to go to one of those and then move out or is the Berkeley name within California strong enough that it would mitigate the differences between haas and sloan/CU?


I think it really depends on both the industry and the function for the jobs you intend to pursue post-MBA. If you can elaborate a little bit more, current students can probably give you some advice.

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Re: Berkeley/Sloan/Columbia for SAN FRAN   [#permalink] 25 Apr 2010, 13:14
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