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I have to make a tough decision out of several options. Really want to have you guys' ideas:
1/ Emory: scholarship of 25K per year, which makes my anual tuition about 12000.
Advantage: Atlanta city. Emory is ranked highest. Starting salary is also high. Finance and Consulting is good.
2/ Purdue: Scholarship 27K per year (including assistantship, so I have to work for them 1/4 time for 6K per year). I have to pay just about 4000. advantage: purdue is famous of Technology and Quantitative, which are also my strengths.
3/ Notre Dame: scholarship 25k per year, so I have to pay about 8K.
Advantage: well known. Good at finance, consulting and marketing.
I want to focus on finance and/or consulting.
please give your thoughts...thanks guys
Before the rankings-obsessed chime in, I will duly fill my role as the ambassador from the land of touchy-feely. The money is more or less equal, in the grand scheme of things. What feels best to you? Where did you feel the most connection? What kind of experience are you looking for?
I am not that up on any of these schools, so I can't tell you much there.
But cool on you for having three great choices, and money to boot.
That's funny, I think being an international student should make you more selective when it comes to location.
Would you please elaborate your thoughts?
I thought that since I'm an international student, I can easily accept to study anywhere because I don't have any any attachment (family) to a specific region, and because I can work anywhere upon graduation.
Check out this awesome article about Anderson on Poets Quants, http://poetsandquants.com/2015/01/02/uclas-anderson-school-morphs-into-a-friendly-tech-hub/ . Anderson is a great place! Sorry for the lack of updates recently. I...