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Calling all Neeley (Texas Christian) Applicants 2013

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Not even one applicant (other than me). This is strange. :shock:

An extract from TCU website given below

What TCU delivers to you
    Stand-and-deliver experiences that transform your résumé—and equip you to make your targeted career change.
    Dallas-Fort Worth location: home to 10,000 corporations for internships, networking and job prospects. Learn here, go anywhere!
    Small classes, personal interaction with professors, and motivated classmates who bring out your personal best.
    Career connections with top companies and with 15,000 Neeley alumni around the globe
    Worldwide recognition: Ranked Top 40 MBA in the U.S., and #71 worldwide by The Economist. Named #46 Best MBA in U.S. by Bloomberg Businessweek.
    Proven return on investment: Ranked #5 Best ROI at graduation by U.S. News & World Report.
    Outstanding scholarships that make our premium education affordable.

http://www.neeley.tcu.edu/Full-time_MBA.aspx

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I am in for this year!
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I am in for this year!


When was it declared...any $$?
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I was told early as I had requested an early decision...the schol is great and people are very helpful...confused between simon and neeley...the difference in total expenditure is $ 40k !!!
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I was told early as I had requested an early decision...the schol is great and people are very helpful...confused between simon and neeley...the difference in total expenditure is $ 40k !!!


Tough call but I have a thought.
A degree will be with you for your life time, 40k$ wont look much 10 years down the line.

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thats a good point..but I wonder whether rochester is worth paying additional 40k for...i mean neeley did trump simon in the BW and economist rankings..and though simon probably has a better pedigree,is it worth graduating with a debt ??
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thats a good point..but I wonder whether rochester is worth paying additional 40k for...i mean neeley did trump simon in the BW and economist rankings..and though simon probably has a better pedigree,is it worth graduating with a debt ??


In the end it boils down to your prefernces. 40K$ is not that big a point as 1)The location of School 2) The Post MBA goals and how does that school fare in it 3) The Faculty and 4) The Alumni (You would know which one has a better netwrok).

The good, bad or ugly, its your choice to make !

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thats a good point..but I wonder whether rochester is worth paying additional 40k for...i mean neeley did trump simon in the BW and economist rankings..and though simon probably has a better pedigree,is it worth graduating with a debt ??


If I were you, trapped between Simon and Neeley (wd d scholarship and without any other alternative), I would go for Neeley. :)
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your last post is heart warming !! may I ask, what kind of offer would make you join neeley ??
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your last post is heart warming !! may I ask, what kind of offer would make you join neeley ??


Complete waiver with GA..!! which I suppose you have. :)
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:-D
I don't have the GA (as of now)...how much is a GA worth anyways ?
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I don't have the GA (as of now)...how much is a GA worth anyways ?


50% of your living expenses...!! :)
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Admitted to Neeley with full ride for the first year and a clause of 2.75 GPA for the second year ride

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|_| congrats Man !!!

So what's the plan ? intending to join ? 2.75 GPA clause is too low to be a challenge :wink:
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|_| congrats Man !!!

So what's the plan ? intending to join ? 2.75 GPA clause is too low to be a challenge :wink:


Most probably...What do you say??
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Admitted with full tution waiver.

Will be taking up the offer :)

Any idea what's the average expenditure per annum we should plan?

Also any indian applicants accepted Would be great if we can connect ;)
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Admitted with full tution waiver.

Will be taking up the offer :)

Any idea what's the average expenditure per annum we should plan?

Also any indian applicants accepted Would be great if we can connect ;)


$1000-1500 approx per month
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Congrats!

I would double that if you plan to get a car and participate in social functions.

Also books will be $1k per semester

You should be able to get the numbers from the school. When you do, multiply then by 1.5 or 2 as well. They lowball them.

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And don't forget a laptop and a travel budget. Don't tell me you are not going to Vegas for winter break. What kind of Indian are you to skip Vegas?
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