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Rice (Almost full tuition) vs USC Marshall (50% Tuition)

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Hi All,

I have got admits from Rice (almost 90%) and from USC Marshall (50%) and now am in a dillema on which school to choose between the two.
My post MBA career goal is to move into consulting and the second option is to move into Product management.

Can you kindly provide your thoughts.
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