MBA DecisionWire is a tool for applicants, students and alumni to share more information with their peers—specifically about where they decide to attend business school based on where they applied and were accepted. In this week’s MBA DecisionWire Spotlight, we take a closer look at one candidate’s decision between Georgetown / McDonough with a scholarship or NYU / Stern for consulting.
A few comments went straight to the Big Apple:
Others dug into the career opportunities of each:
The $100k from the Consortium for Graduate Study in Management (CGSM), however, could not be overlooked:
…Clear Admit offered further advice:
Best of luck to those still awaiting decisions!
See more feedback on MBA admissions decisions at:
- MBA DecisionWire Spotlight: Chicago Booth, Duke / Fuqua or Michigan / Ross for Social Impact
- MBA DecisionWire Spotlight: UNC / Kenan-Flagler or UT Austin / McCombs for Consulting
- MBA DecisionWire Spotlight: Berkeley / Haas, Dartmouth / Tuck, Duke / Fuqua, NYU / Stern or Yale SOM for Finance
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