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Boston College v. Boston University v. Rotman

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Boston College v. Boston University v. Rotman

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New post 04 Mar 2015, 09:18
Hi everyone,

Over the past 5 months I have been an avid reader of this forum. The information I have attained from here over these months has been invaluable. Today I decide submit my own post asking for your input.

I am Brazilian with a Major in Economics and Minor in Political Studies from Queen's University in Canada. Upon my graduation, I returned to Brazil and now have four years of work experience at EY TAS (transaction consulting). In June last year I began studying for the GMAT and by January this year I submitted all my applications.

To be honest, I'm not 100% certain what my post-MBA plans are, as I'm split between continuing in Consulting and setting up my own start-up.

So far I have been accepted at Boston College, Boston University and Rotman. I would like to ask your sincere feedback regarding these three schools? In your opinion what are the pros and cons of each programme? Would an MBA also in Canada be an issue? Which of the three would you choose?

In 2013 I was selected to participate in a 3 month secondment programme in the EY Boston office, which was a remarkable city. I have also lived 4 years in a town close to Toronto. So I am very comfortable with both cities.

Thank you in advance for you time and feedback!

Cheers,
Tony
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First you choose between USA vs Canada.

Where do you want to work? if Canada you only have 1 answer.

If USA you have 2 choices. Boston College has a better undergrad than Boston U but Boston U has a better MBA program. lots of alumni and good enough brand.

But either way they are in the same tier. So if you can visit both schools and choose the one you like.
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