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Mays vs Owen vs McDonough vs Marshall

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New post 29 Mar 2017, 12:29
Hello @VeritasPrep,

I have been gathering opinions about my query and your expert advice would surely help a lot!!!

I am an international student from India and have got an admit from Mays (Texas AnM), Owen (Vanderbilt), Marshall (USC) and Mcdonough (Georgetown) with decent and similar scholarships. Wanted to gather more thoughts around which of them would be best in terms of opportunities (internship/employment)? I don't have pre/post mba preference in terms of location/weather.
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W/E: 8 years in IT industry (technology project management)
Post MBA goal : Product Management or Consulting, in IT industry
Current Location - India

Thanks a ton in advance!

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I would say Gtown and USC would probably be your best bets for your career goals. USC probably the better play for the tech roles and Gtown for the consulting although you will probably be tiered in for roles at Deloitte, Accenture, and IBM
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I would say Gtown and USC would probably be your best bets for your career goals. USC probably the better play for the tech roles and Gtown for the consulting although you will probably be tiered in for roles at Deloitte, Accenture, and IBM

Thank you so much VeritasPrepDozie for your advice, really helps a lot! :) Just one last follow up question-
Between Owen and Mays, which would be a better bet? (just for my knowledge, considering slightly higher scholarship offer and lesser cost of living)

Thanks in advance!!!

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I would say MAYS for your interest in technology since Texas just has more activity in that sector
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