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Hello everyone , I have been offered admission in to Tulane (MBA - Energy) & in RPI (MBA - Finance) for Fall - 2013 I have close to 6 years of work experience in Manufacturing industry. My interest lies in field of Energy sector.I want to be a consultant or an Energy Risk Professional Please help me to chose the correct school. I have also been placed on Wait list of RICE
Where do you want to be location-wise? Most of the people I know who want to be in energy want to be in Texas, in which case Jones and Tulane seem like obvious choices. If you have no preferences though attend both admit weekends to see what school you feel better at.
Just received the verdict from RICE.they are not offering admission to me. The only problem with Tulane is that the program cost is very high even after their offer of 60% fellowship in tuition fees.do you think one should invest such huge money and time at this time of recession.moreover RPI has one year MBA. Although definitely Tulane is better ranked then RPI. So there is confusion
It all depends on your goals, if you are switching careers to Energy then the 2 years might be worth it. But I agree, Tulane is expensive and they got caught lying about their stats to boost their rankings. Do you want to be in the South or the East?
Exactly, you should look into some other options like people have said. If not I'd suggest sprucing up your application and reapplying next year because those two programs are sort of considered bottom dwellers. The ROI will be very low.