admission dilemma please help


I have completed Bachelors in Science and I am currently pursuing a Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resources.I have no work experience . I have applied to only two universities ,University of Findlay and University of New Haven. I have received I20 from University of Findlay and will be receiving the i20 from New haven by this weekend. Due to financial constraints ,the fees in New Haven may end up becoming a burden to my parents ,hence i'm more inclined towards Findlay. My question is , Should i choose New Haven over Findlay even though it will be a burden on my parents as i'm availing a education loan . What are the differences in these two universities . What should i realistically expect as salary post MBA from the two universities ,with my profile .Please Help
I have completed Bachelors in Science and I am currently pursuing a Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resources.I have no work experience . I have applied to only two universities ,University of Findlay and University of New Haven. I have received I20 from University of Findlay and will be receiving the i20 from New haven by this weekend. Due to financial constraints ,the fees in New Haven may end up becoming a burden to my parents ,hence i'm more inclined towards Findlay. My question is , Should i choose New Haven over Findlay even though it will be a burden on my parents as i'm availing a education loan . What are the differences in these two universities . What should i realistically expect as salary post MBA from the two universities ,with my profile .Please Help
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Razors Edg...
In all honesty, neither of these MBA programs will get you very far in terms of salary.

In my opinion, MBA programs are really only for people with work experience, since they're developed to provide an academic framing of real-world experience.

You'd be better served by a ranked MSc program.
In all honesty, neither of these MBA programs will get you very far in terms of salary.

In my opinion, MBA programs are really only for people with work experience, since they're developed to provide an academic framing of real-world experience.

You'd be better served by a ranked MSc program.
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Duncan
Also take a look at http://www.find-mba.com/board/23411 as well as http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-management-2012
Also take a look at http://www.find-mba.com/board/23411 as well as http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-management-2012
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