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Hello all, I have received admit from the below-mentioned business schools for masters in supply chain management. I have mentioned the school name and the scholarship amount. Please help me in choosing the best option.

1. Purdue's Krannert (STEM) - no scholarship
2. Rutgers Business School (STEM) - $3K scholarship (program cost is 90K)
3. UT Dallas Jindal School (STEM) - in-state tuition (which translates to almost 50% scholarship)
4. ASU Carey (no STEM) - $5K scholarship

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cannibalspecter wrote:
Hello all, I have received admit from the below-mentioned business schools for masters in supply chain management. I have mentioned the school name and the scholarship amount. Please help me in choosing the best option.

1. Purdue's Krannert (STEM) - no scholarship
2. Rutgers Business School (STEM) - $3K scholarship (program cost is 90K)
3. UT Dallas Jindal School (STEM) - in-state tuition (which translates to almost 50% scholarship)
4. ASU Carey (no STEM) - $5K scholarship

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Congrats :thumbup:

There is another ranking called Gartner for SCM ranking. All those schools are powerhouses for supply chain in its region.
I do not find it worth considering Carey with minimal scholarship and no STEM. If you money is an issue then Jindal is your best choice. If not, I would go with Rutgers.

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New post 10 Mar 2019, 09:00
Dumb question but what does: (STEM) mean in this context?
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New post 17 Mar 2019, 03:06
Yippr wrote:
Dumb question but what does: (STEM) mean in this context?


Umm...I thought every applicant knew (STEM) meant the program is STEM certified. Thank you for your time though.
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New post 17 Mar 2019, 03:15
I'd say you to choose a university which is close to the hub of supply chain
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Aswathraj wrote:
I'd say you to choose a university which is close to the hub of supply chain



All of them are in the bubs of supply chain in different fields. For example: Krannert is close of distribution and industry & Rutgers is feeder to phrama companies .
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All of them are in the bubs of supply chain in different fields. For example: Krannert is close of distribution and industry & Rutgers is feeder to phrama companies .


The three colleges are indeed in or near major job hubs. Also, UTD has a huge batch size and most of them are Indian. Many people are discouraging me saying that lack of diversity is not good and to not go to UTD. Is diversity that important?

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Mo2men wrote:
All of them are in the bubs of supply chain in different fields. For example: Krannert is close of distribution and industry & Rutgers is feeder to phrama companies .


The three colleges are indeed in or near major job hubs. Also, UTD has a huge batch size and most of them are Indian. Many people are discouraging me saying that lack of diversity is not good and to not go to UTD. Is diversity that important?

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Actually, this is debatable and depends on how people perceive diversity. Some want to kno more nationalities. Other are concern with competition from same nationalities on same jobs. But if it is the only opportunity you have or want, then take it and move on. I recall a Japanese friend who joined the Jindal program an as happy with it and get opportunity to work after graduation.
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