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School decision - Cornell vs Haas

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Hi,

I would appreciate any additional views to help my decision. I am in technology area for 7yrs and admitted to both programs => Cornell AMBA and Haas ewmba. While haas looks good, it takes 3 years and is part-time and not much activities and looks like just classes and not much mingling, etc. While haas has good conenctions in the technology hub, cornell seems to have good connections to especially with their great engineering network besides the mba's.

Worldwde, cornell seems most recognized and its a shorter full time program. Really confused. Please advise. They seem to be rated same.

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