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I have admits from 2 Business Schools : Rice Business and William & Mary. Which one should I choose? Rice Business is my preferred choice. However that school has only offered me a $45,000 scholarship. The school+stay is expensive despite the scholarship and I will have a huge debt after graduation. On the other hand, W&M has offered full scholarship. So it is very tempting for me to consider it. So, as an international student from India aspiring to switch to a career in management consulting, which school is better suited for me? Any and all insights are welcome.

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Firstly congratulations
Secondly i advice you to choose rice. Rice University is a great university wuth heavy brand. I know yiu will have a debt but think in the far future

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Rice for sure. W&M might be a great program, but Rice has a great brand, network, ranking, etc. so it'd be a long-term investment.
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I have three admits - am wondering which to choose from. Can someone suggest among ISB/ IIMB/ Rice? and why?
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I have three admits - am wondering which to choose from. Can someone suggest among ISB/ IIMB/ Rice? and why?


Congrats! Between ISB and the other 2, it just comes down to whether you want a 1 year MBA or a 2 years program. I opted for a 2 year program because I wanted to switch career and industry and everything. If you’re from a business background or finance or something like that and simply looking to boost your career then ISB is an excellent choice. Otherwise you should choose between IIMB and Rice. This will again need you to figure out if you want to study internationally (I’m assuming you’re Indian) - cuz that comes with added cost. Pick whichever is more suited to your post MBA goals.

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