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WUSTL vs Vanderbilt w/$[#permalink] ### Show Tags 15 May 2013, 06:56 I was recently accepted into WUSTL's MSF program and I'm waiting to hear back from Vanderbilt. I'm going to assume that I will get into Vanderbilt with a$10,000 scholarship (only because the decision becomes much easier if I'm offered any less). So basically I'd just like to get your feedback and see what you guys would do in this situation. I will be financing the MSF solely with student loans and it's very important that I find an internship.

WUSTL
Pro's
Better reputation
I prefer its culture (not a sports school)
Not geographically restricted--places well all over the nation
Cons
Very expensive--$52,000 (excluding living expenses) Vanderbilt Pro's Solid reputation for finance Nashville is up-and-coming with a booming economy Cheaper--$35,000 with scholarship (excluding living expenses)
Flexible curriculum with top-notch faculty
Cons
Will be restricted to the east coast and to the south
Harder to get internships