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Hi Guys [#permalink] New post 29 Apr 2011, 05:21
First of all thanks BB for creating such a great place we call GMATClub. It really helped me during my preparations and I have been suggesting this forum to every new aspirant who comes to me for an advice. Cheers!!!

After my GMAT (with a score of 710) I applied to a number of places with just 2.2 years work experience. Some how I have made it through two B-Schools for the our awaited. They are...
1. Lancaster University management School, MBA, 1 year
2. Pitt Business Joseph M Katz Graduate school of Buss, MBA, 2 years
I am now confused. Please help me what should I go for.

Waiting for your response...

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Re: Hi Guys [#permalink] New post 08 May 2011, 15:10
I think your choice will be highly dependent on what you're looking for in an MBA program. The most obvious differentiator is location - where do you want to work post-MBA? If Europe, perhaps Lancaster is a better choice. If the US, then Pit is probably the better fit.

I don't know much about either school, but I would recommend looking at where their alumni go (both locations and career types) - if one school places more alumni in the industry in which you're interested, that would also be a pretty clear indicator.

We need a bit more info to help you out. Also what are your other school options on which you're still waiting? And how do they rank in your personal preference?
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