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18 Mar 2009, 13:45
Add a poll to this post! Its more fun!

Anyway, Tuck is by far the best choice and even with no $$the long term ROI is probably better given their die-hard alumni network (although the size of it is much smaller than Ross). _________________ "George is getting upset!" GMAT Club Premium Membership - big benefits and savings Current Student Joined: 31 Aug 2007 Posts: 369 Followers: 1 Kudos [?]: 116 [0], given: 1 Re: Tuck vs Ross () vs Tepper($$) [#permalink]

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18 Mar 2009, 13:58
Raabend wrote:
Add a poll to this post! Its more fun!

Anyway, Tuck is by far the best choice and even with no $$the long term ROI is probably better given their die-hard alumni network (although the size of it is much smaller than Ross). i disagree with you if you want to look at it simply based on ROI. Current Student Joined: 21 Nov 2008 Posts: 108 Location: Barcelona Schools: Tuck Followers: 2 Kudos [?]: 3 [0], given: 0 Re: Tuck vs Ross () vs Tepper($$) [#permalink]

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18 Mar 2009, 14:42
Raabend wrote:
Add a poll to this post! Its more fun!

Anyway, Tuck is by far the best choice and even with no $$the long term ROI is probably better given their die-hard alumni network (although the size of it is much smaller than Ross). Done it! How do you measure the ROI? is there any place to find some data about it? Senior Manager Joined: 18 Oct 2007 Posts: 449 Location: USA Schools: Tepper '11 Followers: 5 Kudos [?]: 57 [0], given: 2 Re: Tuck vs Ross () vs Tepper($$) [#permalink]

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18 Mar 2009, 14:47
The only thing I can say is Ross would be out of the equation, if it were me. Hard to choose between the 2 remaining options.
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18 Mar 2009, 19:10
I'd say the Ross money is insignificant so I'd look at it more like Tuck vs Ross vs CMU. I had to make a similar decision with my Consortium app. where you are required to rank your schools. I went back and forth on Ross and Tuck and in the end I decided on Ross because I felt as a career changer the MAP project would help me establish some work experience and allow me to show my passion for post MBA goals. I love both of the programs in a unique way, when the economy was better and I was thinking about brushing up more on my finance I gave Tuck the edge. Even though consulting is still my post MBA goal I felt I just had a better fit at Ross.

This is a very personal decision on fit. My summary is that if you are going to be a career changer I think MAP is a big deal if your not really making a drastic career change you might be better off at Tuck.
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19 Mar 2009, 13:23
llest wrote:
A doubt I have is if the position that companies offer to Tuck students are the same that they offer to Ross(?) Students. Because a company can recruit in Tuck, Ross and Tepper but they can hire people for different positions of different quality/responsability.

I assume you mean positions offered to Tuck students aren't the same offered to Ross students?

That may be true in certain industries or with specific companies, but I don't think there is that much difference between the schools. Ross is a very well respected MBA program and so is Tuck.

If you're concerned about it, contact each school's career office and ask about companies that hire for the position your looking for. You find out pretty quickly whether or not your suspicion is true.

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