I am currently starting the SIM-Master at University of St. Gallen (1st place overall worldwide in the Masters in Management Ranking from Financial times: http://www.unisg.ch/en/Studium/Master/S ... /Factsheet
Ney York Stern and Chicago Booth are both partner universities of the university of St. Gallen, therefore the fees would be very low. For the exchange semester, we have to make a list of 7 universities, showing our priorities). I am now wondering, which university to put first on my list (3. HKUST; 4. Duke, 5. Cornell, 6. HEC, 7. Michigan). From the ranking, Chicago Booth should be the Nr. 1 option, but I am not sure if it fits to my profile.
With 21 I got already a master in chemistry from ETH Zürich, then I worked for a year in chemical industry and started afterwards a second study in business administration at university of St. Gallen. I got now my bachelor and am starting the SIM-Master this autumn. I am probably doing my own startup after university, but it is also possible that I first do 2 years in consulting to get further experience.
What do you think, Stern or Booth? I am thankful for your advise (also if you have comments about the other universities on my persnal exchange ranking or you would suggest to change it