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Business School at Wake Forest vs Simon School of Business [#permalink] New post 18 Apr 2013, 07:55
Thanks a lot for your advice and suggestions.

I needed some help on which school I should be choosing and I suppose your suggestions would really help.
I've been accepted into the B school of WFU and Simon. I intend to contentrate in Strategy Consulting. I have about 40% schol from WFU and no schol from Simon. At this stage the difference in total fees would be around 35000 per year.
Could you please help me take a stand between the two ?
WFU is a lucrative option because my course maybe much cheaper but then at the same time I don't want to miss out anything important.

Thank you,

Regards,

Karn Malik
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Re: Business School at Wake Forest vs Simon School of Business [#permalink] New post 18 Apr 2013, 22:11
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KMlk wrote:
Thanks a lot for your advice and suggestions.

I needed some help on which school I should be choosing and I suppose your suggestions would really help.
I've been accepted into the B school of WFU and Simon. I intend to contentrate in Strategy Consulting. I have about 40% schol from WFU and no schol from Simon. At this stage the difference in total fees would be around 35000 per year.
Could you please help me take a stand between the two ?
WFU is a lucrative option because my course maybe much cheaper but then at the same time I don't want to miss out anything important.

Thank you,

Regards,

Karn Malik


Karn,

Congratulations!

I don't know enough about how these two programs feed into management consulting firms, which firms, and which ones you want to work for to advise you. However, you need to look into that recruiting data to make your decision.

Please see http://www.accepted.com/mba/decisions.aspx#Accepted for more on this topic.

Best,
Linda
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Joined: 09 Jan 2013
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Location: India
Concentration: Strategy, General Management
GMAT 1: 660 Q V0
GPA: 3.66
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Kudos [?]: 5 [0], given: 0

Re: Business School at Wake Forest vs Simon School of Business [#permalink] New post 22 Apr 2013, 11:53
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KMlk wrote:
Thanks a lot for your advice and suggestions.

I needed some help on which school I should be choosing and I suppose your suggestions would really help.
I've been accepted into the B school of WFU and Simon. I intend to contentrate in Strategy Consulting. I have about 40% schol from WFU and no schol from Simon. At this stage the difference in total fees would be around 35000 per year.
Could you please help me take a stand between the two ?
WFU is a lucrative option because my course maybe much cheaper but then at the same time I don't want to miss out anything important.

Thank you,

Regards,

Karn Malik


Karn,

Congratulations!

I don't know enough about how these two programs feed into management consulting firms, which firms, and which ones you want to work for to advise you. However, you need to look into that recruiting data to make your decision.

Please see http://www.accepted.com/mba/decisions.aspx#Accepted for more on this topic.

Best,
Linda





Hi Linda,
Thanks a ton for your prompt response. Currently I am looking at options in the Big-Four, specifically in the non-IT domain.
Both these schools are neck to neck when it comes to placement statistics. I'll try to find out more about the specific consulting companies visiting these schools. Any further information from your end would be great.

Also, the link helps me refine my search.

Thanks again,

Regards,

Karn Malik
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MBA Admissions Consulting
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Location: Los Angeles CA
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Re: Business School at Wake Forest vs Simon School of Business [#permalink] New post 22 Apr 2013, 21:47
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KMlk wrote:
Accepted.com wrote:
KMlk wrote:
Thanks a lot for your advice and suggestions.

I needed some help on which school I should be choosing and I suppose your suggestions would really help.
I've been accepted into the B school of WFU and Simon. I intend to contentrate in Strategy Consulting. I have about 40% schol from WFU and no schol from Simon. At this stage the difference in total fees would be around 35000 per year.
Could you please help me take a stand between the two ?
WFU is a lucrative option because my course maybe much cheaper but then at the same time I don't want to miss out anything important.

Thank you,

Regards,

Karn Malik


Karn,

Congratulations!

I don't know enough about how these two programs feed into management consulting firms, which firms, and which ones you want to work for to advise you. However, you need to look into that recruiting data to make your decision.

Please see http://www.accepted.com/mba/decisions.aspx#Accepted for more on this topic.

Best,
Linda





Hi Linda,
Thanks a ton for your prompt response. Currently I am looking at options in the Big-Four, specifically in the non-IT domain.
Both these schools are neck to neck when it comes to placement statistics. I'll try to find out more about the specific consulting companies visiting these schools. Any further information from your end would be great.

Also, the link helps me refine my search.

Thanks again,

Regards,

Karn Malik


Karn,

I'm glad you found the link helpful. Again, I don't have much specific to add, except that you shoudl try to talk to current students and perhaps recent alumni at the school who are working for these companies. They may help you. Try to connect to the consulting clubs at both schools and see where they are happiest and where you feel most comfortable.

Congratulations again!

Best,
Linda
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