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Stern ($$$) vs Oxford [#permalink]

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New post 06 Jan 2018, 09:02
Hi! I was admitted to Stern MBA (full scholarship) and Oxford MBA (with scholarship). I'm deciding which one I should go.

For my background, after graduation I would like to work in finance or management consulting. However, I come from Asia so, I'm not quite sure whether this will be a problem for me to work in the UK or not.

Any suggestions?
Thank you in advance!

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Oxford has a rather young MBA program that’s not as robust. You can read reviews in the school reviews area. Also check discussions about the Said School of Business and some of the growing pains.

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New post 08 Jan 2018, 03:29
jaja10120 wrote:
Hi! I was admitted to Stern MBA (full scholarship) and Oxford MBA (with scholarship). I'm deciding which one I should go.

For my background, after graduation I would like to work in finance or management consulting. However, I come from Asia so, I'm not quite sure whether this will be a problem for me to work in the UK or not.

Any suggestions?
Thank you in advance!


As bb mentioned, Oxford's MBA program is still young and if you don't want to settle in EU there is no reason you should go there. Stern with full scholarship sounds too good to pass up if you want to do finance/MC and don't have any ties to Oxford/EU.

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Hello my friend, go to Stern! Live your NYC life! - you are not answering my instant message :(
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