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Dear fellow members

Please help me making a decision.

I have been admitted to Cornell 1-year MBA and ESADE. I'm waiting decision from Bocconi and Oxford.

My case is that I'm on H-1B and currently working in USA. I'm working with a Fortune 50 company and earning 6 figures. I have already used 4.5 years out of 6 years cap in H-1B. My current employer is processing my GC, but it is just on initial stage. I want to pursue MBA just to accelerate my career growth. I'm interested in 1 year programs only.

Current Scenario -

Cornell 1-year MBA
The deposit deadline is March 1. Classes will start from May. Now, to attend this course, I will have to transfer my H-1 status to F1 by visiting my home country. I will have to spend $120k to complete the course and will get 12 months of OPT. However, I will not be eligible for new H-1B visa, and my new employer will have to use my 1.5 years of H-1B. To continue employment, my employer will have to file GC right from Day 1, which is very unusual. According to some alumni, I will face difficulties in finding such employer.

The deposit Deadline is Feb 15. The cost is $90k. No visa issues as I can just leave USA. However, getting US employer will be an issue. Also, not sure how good is the ESADE brand worldwide.

Oxford -
My interview went well, and I'm getting a positive vibe. Results will be declared on March 9. But by that time, both Cornell's and ESADE's deposit deadline will pass. Oxford is a good brand and the cost will be around $90k. No visa issues here. I might get a US employer.

Boconni -
Waiting decision.

Please suggest what should I do :(
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It seems you have a desire to return to your employer potentially so I would lean Cornell here. Consider putting down the deposit then seeing how Oxford shakes out and re-evaluate your options. It seems you won't really have a clear path forward until you hear back from Oxford. But I would at least try and hold on to that Cornell admit in the meantime

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