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I would like to increase our coverage to include schools outside of the United States. Please suggest any schools that you would like to see and any suggestions for the grouping of schools.
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 [#permalink] New post 20 Jan 2005, 17:59
I would like to hear more about INSEAD and LSB. I noticed that INSEAD's extended offer rate is slightly over 1/3 whereas that of LSB is about 1/4. Why is it that those schools have such high extended offer rates compared to Harvard or MIT's rates of 1/9 ratios or to that of any top US B-schools. Is it because they are not has highly regarded as US top B-schools? Your insight would be highly appreciated.
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Re: International Schools [#permalink] New post 20 Jan 2005, 18:47
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I would like to increase our coverage to include schools outside of the United States. Please suggest any schools that you would like to see and any suggestions for the grouping of schools.


We can have forums for a region. grouping the schools by country is going to be a lot of forums, but it is possible. What do other members think?

We could have this done by region...for example

Code:
- Europe
   - Elite
   - Near Elite
   - Trans elite
so on..

- Asia
   - Elite
   - Near Elite
so on...


Thanks Hjort
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Are there any specific institutions outside the US that members want reviewed?
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 [#permalink] New post 07 Feb 2005, 17:50
Are there many club members even interested in the Near Elite Frontier schools?

I am happy to cover more of them but interest seems pretty low.
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