Thank you for your posting.
Based on your profile, I would recommend that you focus on some of the stronger regional schools in the USA. I do not see you being competitive at a top-20 program and thus think you should put your efforts where the payoff will be highest. The schools I recommend that you look at include: Rice, Notre Dame, Rochester, Vanderbilt, Miami, Boston University and Tulane. I would also recommend that you apply to around 7 schools - this way you will have options at the end of the day.
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Finally after a lot of rejects from Krannert, PSU, Foster and Fisher, I now have admits from 3 schools with good scholarships.
1. Tulane Freeman - 60% scholarship
2. Mason School of Business - 60% scholarship
3. George Washington University - 50,000 $ scholarship.
Please could you help me choose the best among these from an Indian student's point of view. Since all these schools are providing me almost the same scholarship, I would like to choose the best school in terms of placements for International candidates, cost of living in/around campus and a better university in terms of facilities.
Also, I intend to be a strategic consultant in the manufacturing industry after my MBA.
Please help me in choosing which one.