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Darden (full-ride) vs Tuck (sticker)

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I've been fortunate to receive a prestigious fellowship at Darden and also gotten accepted to Tuck. What would you choose? I'm not exactly sure what I want to do post-MBA but am leaning towards tech/marketing/internal strategy. I will also consider MBB recruiting.

Here is a breakdown the way I see it:

1. Darden > Tuck in terms of money (obviously)
2. Tuck > Darden in terms of prestige/ranking (though marginally)
3. Tuck is slightly above Darden for MBB recruiting
4. Tuck is an ivy league school (might be helpful if I want to become an adjunct professor or something)
5. I feel I will fit fine at either school

What do you guys think?
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whataburger1125 wrote:
I've been fortunate to receive a prestigious fellowship at Darden and also gotten accepted to Tuck. What would you choose? I'm not exactly sure what I want to do post-MBA but am leaning towards tech/marketing/internal strategy. I will also consider MBB recruiting.

Here is a breakdown the way I see it:

1. Darden > Tuck in terms of money (obviously)
2. Tuck > Darden in terms of prestige/ranking (though marginally)
3. Tuck is slightly above Darden for MBB recruiting
4. Tuck is an ivy league school (might be helpful if I want to become an adjunct professor or something)
5. I feel I will fit fine at either school

What do you guys think?


Can you ask Tuck for $$$ by using the Darden fellowship as leverage?
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New post 18 Dec 2017, 08:55
whataburger1125 wrote:
I've been fortunate to receive a prestigious fellowship at Darden and also gotten accepted to Tuck. What would you choose? I'm not exactly sure what I want to do post-MBA but am leaning towards tech/marketing/internal strategy. I will also consider MBB recruiting.

Here is a breakdown the way I see it:

1. Darden > Tuck in terms of money (obviously)
2. Tuck > Darden in terms of prestige/ranking (though marginally)
3. Tuck is slightly above Darden for MBB recruiting
4. Tuck is an ivy league school (might be helpful if I want to become an adjunct professor or something)
5. I feel I will fit fine at either school

What do you guys think?



If Tuck do not give you any money, then it is Darden no doubt. I support graduation with less burden, especially both schools are close.
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New post 20 Dec 2017, 07:38
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whataburger1125 wrote:
I've been fortunate to receive a prestigious fellowship at Darden and also gotten accepted to Tuck. What would you choose? I'm not exactly sure what I want to do post-MBA but am leaning towards tech/marketing/internal strategy. I will also consider MBB recruiting.

Here is a breakdown the way I see it:

1. Darden > Tuck in terms of money (obviously)
2. Tuck > Darden in terms of prestige/ranking (though marginally)
3. Tuck is slightly above Darden for MBB recruiting
4. Tuck is an ivy league school (might be helpful if I want to become an adjunct professor or something)
5. I feel I will fit fine at either school

What do you guys think?


Can you ask Tuck for $$$ by using the Darden fellowship as leverage?



I'm going to try to do that. Do you have any tips about approaching this?
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