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New post 19 Dec 2017, 09:19
Hello all,
Got into Johnson 2 year program and McCombs (in-state tuition). Significant difference in fees between the two schools (around $20K). Having a tough time choosing. Post-MBA goal is to get into strategy consulting. Can people please weigh-in to help my decision process?

PS: I am an international applicant on a work visa.
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New post 19 Dec 2017, 13:12
vinodsivagnanam173 wrote:
Hello all,
Got into Johnson 2 year program and McCombs (in-state tuition). Significant difference in fees between the two schools (around $20K). Having a tough time choosing. Post-MBA goal is to get into strategy consulting. Can people please weigh-in to help my decision process?

PS: I am an international applicant on a work visa.


I put McCombs but don't know strategy consulting well enough to be 100% sure, I just know I'm looking at Ross and UT specifically because I can also get in-state with UT and that's about $80,000 difference for me for just a slightly lesser ranked program that's still a top 20 school. In-state at UT is by far the cheapest in the top 20 programs I've seen and for an excellent program that kind of money makes the ROI significantly better.

Especially if you know what you want to do and can start networking this far in advance. If you believe you'd enjoy UT and it can get you where you want to go then that money I think makes the decision easy. Plus Austin is such a cool area!
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