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Admitted to ISB and SMU. Awaiting decision from Schulich and Sauder

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Admitted to ISB and SMU. Awaiting decision from Schulich and Sauder [#permalink]

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Hi,

I've been admitted to ISB in India and SMU in Singapore. I've applied to two Canadian schools as well, Schulich in Toronoto and Sauder in Vancouver.

I have to reply to ISB in 15 days and pay a big amount to lock my admission.

Would it be advisable to write to the colleges to review my application since I am very keen on those colleges too? I want to make an informed decision.

Also any advice on the Canadian schools vs. ISB would be helpful!

Thanks!
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New post 04 Jan 2018, 00:20
Disclaimer - I don't know much about ISB or Rotman but looking at the average scores and stats, it seems it is a lot harder to get into ISB than Rotman.

However, with your deposit due and no decision from other schools, your only option is really to pay the deposit.... or risk gambling.
If you want to live in Canada, then CA schools are the only option really but if you are OK and good with being in India, I think ISB can you set you up quite well.

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