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Considering the student loans, job opportunities, living expenses and long term value of the degree, are US B Schools worth it? How does the "USA First" affect the Job markets for international candidates? Are Canadian B schools like , McGill, Schulich or Asian Schools like NUS safer bets?

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Rad321 wrote:
Considering the student loans, job opportunities, living expenses and long term value of the degree, are US B Schools worth it? How does the "USA First" affect the Job markets for international candidates? Are Canadian B schools like , McGill, Schulich or Asian Schools like NUS safer bets?


We recently had few thorough discussions on proposed H1B visa reforms and its effects on employability of international students in US. Feel free to go through these threads..
https://gmatclub.com/forum/trump-effect-228614.html
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Considering the student loans, job opportunities, living expenses and long term value of the degree, are US B Schools worth it? How does the "USA First" affect the Job markets for international candidates? Are Canadian B schools like , McGill, Schulich or Asian Schools like NUS safer bets?



Hi Rad,

It depends upon what you wish to do after the MBA. Eventually you'd seek out a certain industry/ company/ job function and that job opportunity could be more easily available/accessible in a particular geography.
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