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# Part Time MBA

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12 Sep 2008, 11:59
Hi I'm looking to get into a Fall 09 Part Time Program with a specialization in Finance. I have thought about 4 schools

1. Berkeley
2. UCLA
3. Kellog
4. GSB

Can one suggest me which one is better?

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26 Nov 2008, 19:44
I would order them this way
1-gsb
2-berkeley
3-kellogg
4-UCLA

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26 Nov 2008, 19:45
or maybe berkeley and GSB same level. the rest the same.

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Joined: 04 Oct 2008
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Location: United States (CA)
Concentration: Entrepreneurship, Strategy
Schools: Michigan (Ross) - Class of 2013
GMAT 1: 770 Q50 V44
GPA: 3.3
WE: Project Management (Aerospace and Defense)

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27 Nov 2008, 16:58
dbaner1 wrote:
Hi I'm looking to get into a Fall 09 Part Time Program with a specialization in Finance. I have thought about 4 schools

1. Berkeley
2. UCLA
3. Kellog
4. GSB

Can one suggest me which one is better?

In order of strength in Finance:
1. GSB
2. UCLA
3. Haas
4. Kellogg

UCLA is ranked lower than Haas and Kellogg overall, but their Finance program is definitely stronger. You would be well-served to attend any of those programs though. I'll be visiting UCLA for an FEMBA info session on Monday Kellogg would be a better fit for my interests (gen mgmt/strategy), but I've got a stronger professional network in Southern California and UCLA has a great Entrepreneurship program.
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Re: Part Time MBA   [#permalink] 27 Nov 2008, 16:58
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