Thanks for posting. What I recommend you do is first spend time identifying your goals for pursuing an MBA. Remember that business school is only a stepping stone for you to achieve future goals, and it should not be an end-goal in and of itself.
Once you have identified your goals, speak to your colleagues, alumni, and the career center at each school to see which one is the best fit. The more data points you gather, the better your decision will be in the end.
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