DecisionWire Spotlight: U. Chicago Booth, Columbia, MIT Sloan or Northwestern / Kellogg for Consulting
In this MBA DecisionWire Spotlight, which highlights MBA candidates’ choices as shared in Clear Admit’s DecisionWire, we take a closer look at a candidate changing functions to consulting and accepted to U. Chicago Booth, Columbia Business School, MIT Sloan and Northwestern / Kellogg. They also received scholarships to Chicago Booth and CBS.
The conversation opened with different opinions:
Another community member considered the scholarships:
Clear Admit’s Alex Brown noted they’re all great programs, while others chimed in:
The original poster then returned:
The thread wrapped up with more personal commentary:
See more feedback on MBA admissions decisions at:
- DecisionWire Spotlight: Georgetown / McDonough, Rice / Jones, or UT Austin / McCombs for Tech
- DecisionWire Spotlight: Cornell / Johnson, Michigan / Ross, NYU Stern, or UVA / Darden for Investment Banking
- MBA DecisionWire Spotlight: Columbia Business School or UCLA / Anderson for Media
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