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I did a bit of a search around the forms and saw some posts about Kellogg vs Darden, but I don't have a scholarship to either!
TLDR version: I hired a consultant to help me with my MBA process and I am trying to select the school that they will help me with. I have narrowed it down to Kellogg, Darden, Ross and Cornell (in order of preference). I applied to Kellogg last year at the last drop (bad call - also did so in a very condensed time frame) to the MMM program and did not get in.
My background is in Web Development / Web Design, working for companies like Yahoo!. I am really looking for a school that has a great business foundation as I have not taken any business classes before that has a great entrepreneurship program. Ideally, I want the ability to get out of technology perhaps and start a small company; hence why a great business foundation as well as a focus on entrepreneurship is important to me.
Based on those parameters, what do you believe to be the better school? I know Darden has a reputation for entrepreneurship but I am not sure about Ross and Cornell.
In terms of all other considerations, I think Kellogg would be the best school for my preferences (location).
Re: Kellogg vs Darden vs Ross vs Cornell [#permalink]
20 Jul 2014, 09:22
Why not apply to all four and see where you get in? All are great schools and time spent debating hypothetical situations could be better spent actually creating your applications. You will have a much better idea of where you want to go after going through the application process and seeing what financial aid is available for each school.
Re: Kellogg vs Darden vs Ross vs Cornell
20 Jul 2014, 09:22