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Admitted Which BSchool? Esade, ESMT, Miami

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I've applied to a range of Schools and got into Esade no money, ESMT a small amount, and Miami $60k scholarship.
I already speak advanced German and spanish which is why the Esade and ESMT choices....

My profile: 34 years old from Chicago, 680 gmat, 2.98 gpa, ran my own business

My goal is to work for a startup and in the far future run my own company. Language won't be a problem for me at the region of any of the schools.

Which to pick? I love Berlin and ESMT seems to be getting better. Esade seems like a very established network. Miami is good for Florida where I may settle down eventually.

The 60k scholarship is enticing making Miami around 30k to attend. But, would love to live abroad and study at Esade or ESMT.

Hard decision!
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Congrats! I never hear about the Miami program so I really don’t much about it but I feel it is not in the same league with the other two schools.

In terms of ESMT, my impression was that most Germans attending were fairly young after undergrad (has this changed?). If not, I would feel ESADE would be the only choice, and a pretty good one.

Congrats again on getting into the programs!

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Re: Admitted Which BSchool? Esade, ESMT, Miami  [#permalink]

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Congrats! I never hear about the Miami program so I really don’t much about it but I feel it is not in the same league with the other two schools.

In terms of ESMT, my impression was that most Germans attending were fairly young after undergrad (has this changed?). If not, I would feel ESADE would be the only choice, and a pretty good one.

Congrats again on getting into the programs!

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Actually most ESMT students are about 28 to 40 years old. There were maybe about 3 German students out of the 70 in the class. Actually quite a few are older than 35.
I'm 34 at the moment so I would prefer a program that skews a little older....

In any case thanks for the advice. I am seriously considering all schools as they each have their pros and cons....
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