PLease help solve my dilema ! Need to chose from these 3 !


Hello and Namaste to all,

My name is Sujay Sharma, from Bangalore India.

GMAT 580 | Work Exp of 4 years -> Into IT in non IT roles ( Presales and Sales)

Guys I applied to 6 MBA programs and I have got through 4 of them.

I need help in finalizing my college out of the three and it is high pressure decision making time.
1) Syracuse Univ (Whitman), NY
2) Univ of San Diego (USD) School of Business, CA
3) CSU Long Beach, CA

* Syracuse's MBA is a 2 year full time program . I have received a 24K scholarship out of a 77K total tuition (living,books insurance etc is additional).

*USD's MBA is 2 year full time program. I have received a 13K Scholarship out of a 77K total tuition (living,books insurance etc is additional)

*CSULB's MBA program is 18 month full time program. They do not offer scholarships for international students but the fee is 45K which includes the cost for books ( Insurance and Living additional)

Please help me decide on this
Hello and Namaste to all,

My name is Sujay Sharma, from Bangalore India.

GMAT 580 | Work Exp of 4 years -> Into IT in non IT roles ( Presales and Sales)

Guys I applied to 6 MBA programs and I have got through 4 of them.

I need help in finalizing my college out of the three and it is high pressure decision making time.
1) Syracuse Univ (Whitman), NY
2) Univ of San Diego (USD) School of Business, CA
3) CSU Long Beach, CA

* Syracuse's MBA is a 2 year full time program . I have received a 24K scholarship out of a 77K total tuition (living,books insurance etc is additional).

*USD's MBA is 2 year full time program. I have received a 13K Scholarship out of a 77K total tuition (living,books insurance etc is additional)

*CSULB's MBA program is 18 month full time program. They do not offer scholarships for international students but the fee is 45K which includes the cost for books ( Insurance and Living additional)

Please help me decide on this
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maury
If you look at the Bloomberg rankings, Whitman is probably the best school out of the three, with USD next and CSULB last.

CSULB is discussed a lot on this board maybe because it's less expensive and shorter than other California MBAs. But I don't know that it's usually the best school for international students.

Why don't you connect with the schools' career services departments and ask them if they think their MBAs match your career goals?
If you look at the Bloomberg rankings, Whitman is probably the best school out of the three, with USD next and CSULB last.

CSULB is discussed a lot on this board maybe because it's less expensive and shorter than other California MBAs. But I don't know that it's usually the best school for international students.

Why don't you connect with the schools' career services departments and ask them if they think their MBAs match your career goals?
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