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Hi guys, I'm asian applicant, and fortunately admitted to two good programs. After MBA, I'm seeking manager positions(possibly in corporate strategy) in global tech companies. Do you think which is better program to me? FYI, I got Ph.D. from one of west coast top engineering schools (S/C/B).
Some of my colleagues recommend MIT because MIT alum community is strong in tech business field, and people in tech field cannot ignore MIT brand. Moreover, I can have more chance to contact with tech companies for recruitment.
However, others recommend Booth because I can diversify my skillset, and have more attractive resume. Instead of having very techy and nerdy resume, I can strengthen my finance skills and become expert on both fields. Also, Booth's career center would provide a chance to connect with tech companies in west coast.
Totally agree with kingfalcon on this one. If you want to stay in tech, you just need to demonstrate the tech skillset. I think mixing in finance elements could actually potentially dilute the great tech experience you have on your resume.
As for schools, both are great schools that could place you into tech companies. Go with the school that you feel would fit your personality.
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