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Haas MBA/MPH vs Tuck MBA/MPH [#permalink] New post 13 Nov 2013, 01:53
My current target schools are Tuck, Haas, Fuqua, and Stern; My future career goals are related to Healthcare and Clean Tech fields. I'm pretty set on Fuqua but having trouble differentiating Tuck and Haas.

So clearly I really like the first three and hypothetically speaking, IF I were to get into Tuck or Haas, could you guys help me choose? I don't need to know the basics of each school (stuff thats advertised on website), what I'm looking for is deeper insight into the strengths and weakness of each School and program.

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Re: Haas MBA/MPH vs Tuck MBA/MPH [#permalink] New post 13 Nov 2013, 17:59
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My current target schools are Tuck, Haas, Fuqua, and Stern; My future career goals are related to Healthcare and Clean Tech fields. I'm pretty set on Fuqua but having trouble differentiating Tuck and Haas.

So clearly I really like the first three and hypothetically speaking, IF I were to get into Tuck or Haas, could you guys help me choose? I don't need to know the basics of each school (stuff thats advertised on website), what I'm looking for is deeper insight into the strengths and weakness of each School and program.

Thanks

Clean Tech and Healthcare are very different tracks. In my opinion, job opportunities for MBAs in clean tech has died down significantly, due to drop in investments in that sector.

Healthcare is vast field. It would be helpful to understand what sector you want to go into: provider, pharma, med devices, healthcare consulting, etc.

I didn't recruit for healthcare, but having gone to Fuqua, I got enough exposure to healthcare to be semi-knowledgeable. Neither Tuck nor Haas are known for healthcare. I would say that Tuck would be better if you are looking to go into Pharma, since lots of big Pharma are located in the NJ area, which is close to NH. I would has Haas would be better for medical devices, since there are a few big ones in the Bay Area, and there are med device start-up activities there.

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