help needed with school selection


Hello,

I recently got admit from

University of Denver,
Pace University and
University of California Riverside

for their MBA program. Currently, I am inclined more towards University of Denver but would like to seek advise from on the same.

Any help /insight from you'll is greatly appreciated.

Thank you
AVM
Hello,

I recently got admit from

University of Denver,
Pace University and
University of California Riverside

for their MBA program. Currently, I am inclined more towards University of Denver but would like to seek advise from on the same.

Any help /insight from you'll is greatly appreciated.

Thank you
AVM
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Duncan
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I would certainly go to California the place is great plus the UC system has a good reputation
I would certainly go to California the place is great plus the UC system has a good reputation
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mba hipste...
The UC Riverside program is obviously a great value but I really wonder how much post-graduation career support you'd receive from the school.

Colorado shows marginally better post-MBA salaries and cohort GMAT scores than Lubin, but Pace's location is probably better for most career goals.

That said, if you're an international student who wants to work in the US, I am not sure that any of these are good choices. It would probably be safer to go with a ranked MBA program in this case.
The UC Riverside program is obviously a great value but I really wonder how much post-graduation career support you'd receive from the school.

Colorado shows marginally better post-MBA salaries and cohort GMAT scores than Lubin, but Pace's location is probably better for most career goals.

That said, if you're an international student who wants to work in the US, I am not sure that any of these are good choices. It would probably be safer to go with a ranked MBA program in this case.
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Thank you very much for all your help and reply. I have finally brought it down to two univ.

UMass Boston and
University of Denver.

Could you please help me deciding which of these univ to opt for ? I am asking this question more from the prospective of being able to land a job after course completion. I am leaning more towards UMass Boston.

Thank you in advance.
Thank you very much for all your help and reply. I have finally brought it down to two univ.

UMass Boston and
University of Denver.

Could you please help me deciding which of these univ to opt for ? I am asking this question more from the prospective of being able to land a job after course completion. I am leaning more towards UMass Boston.

Thank you in advance.

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Razors Edg...
I'd have to agree with hipster that if indeed you are an international student, an MBA from a ranked school -- even a lower tier Businessweek-ranked one like Rutgers, Syracuse, Tippie, Georgia Terry, etc. -- would give you better post-MBA job prospects. I hesitate to say that any one of the programs that you are looking at is better than the others; I think that for an international student, UMass, Denver, and Riverside are all generally on the same level, which is to say they won't have the same level of career support as a ranked program.

Follow Duncan's advice to identify the most appropriate one for your goals, and ask the business schools directly about post-MBA career prospects.
I'd have to agree with hipster that if indeed you are an international student, an MBA from a ranked school -- even a lower tier Businessweek-ranked one like Rutgers, Syracuse, Tippie, Georgia Terry, etc. -- would give you better post-MBA job prospects. I hesitate to say that any one of the programs that you are looking at is better than the others; I think that for an international student, UMass, Denver, and Riverside are all generally on the same level, which is to say they won't have the same level of career support as a ranked program.

Follow Duncan's advice to identify the most appropriate one for your goals, and ask the business schools directly about post-MBA career prospects.
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