St Johns vs Suffolk vs University of Tampa vs Scranton Uni


Im 21 years old International Student.

So Im planning for MBA in the US. My GMAT is 610 TOEFL 108. GPA 3.25.

Ive received admission from St. John\'s University Peter J. Tobin School Of Business in New York, University of Tampa-Sykes College Of Business in Tampa,Florida, Suffolk University Sawyer School of Business in Boston,MA and Scranton University in Scranton,PA.

Im planning on doing MBA specialization either in finance or international business.

Which of the above mentioned should be selected/avoided.
Thanks for help in advance
Im 21 years old International Student.

So Im planning for MBA in the US. My GMAT is 610 TOEFL 108. GPA 3.25.

Ive received admission from St. John\'s University Peter J. Tobin School Of Business in New York, University of Tampa-Sykes College Of Business in Tampa,Florida, Suffolk University Sawyer School of Business in Boston,MA and Scranton University in Scranton,PA.

Im planning on doing MBA specialization either in finance or international business.

Which of the above mentioned should be selected/avoided.
Thanks for help in advance
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G3XL
I believe that I conversed with you in another forum regarding this topic. Again, [if you're only considering the above schools], then the Tobin Business School at St. John's is indisputably your best bet. It's much more known than the other two, and its location advantage in NYC alone cannot be contested. The new Graduate Center for MBA students at the Manhattan campus should open sometime next year.
I believe that I conversed with you in another forum regarding this topic. Again, [if you're only considering the above schools], then the Tobin Business School at St. John's is indisputably your best bet. It's much more known than the other two, and its location advantage in NYC alone cannot be contested. The new Graduate Center for MBA students at the Manhattan campus should open sometime next year.
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I believe that I conversed with you in another forum regarding this topic. Again, [if you're only considering the above schools], then the Tobin Business School at St. John's is indisputably your best bet. It's much more known than the other two, and its location advantage in NYC alone cannot be contested. The new Graduate Center for MBA students at the Manhattan campus should open sometime next year.


Hey thanks for the response. After reviewing the MBA structure of tobin college and sykes college Ive selected St. John's. Plus the NYC advantage as you mentioned. :-)
<blockquote>I believe that I conversed with you in another forum regarding this topic. Again, [if you're only considering the above schools], then the Tobin Business School at St. John's is indisputably your best bet. It's much more known than the other two, and its location advantage in NYC alone cannot be contested. The new Graduate Center for MBA students at the Manhattan campus should open sometime next year.</blockquote>

Hey thanks for the response. After reviewing the MBA structure of tobin college and sykes college Ive selected St. John's. Plus the NYC advantage as you mentioned. :-)
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mb6cubed
St. John's is the best school on your list. Did you apply to the Queens or Manhattan campus (some people claim Queens is also part of "NYC")? The Manhattan building is old from the outside but fairly nice inside. It's located right by the World Trade Center and near the NYMEX.

I also got into St. John's (Manhattan campus) and visited last week.
St. John's is the best school on your list. Did you apply to the Queens or Manhattan campus (some people claim Queens is also part of "NYC")? The Manhattan building is old from the outside but fairly nice inside. It's located right by the World Trade Center and near the NYMEX.

I also got into St. John's (Manhattan campus) and visited last week.
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Duncan
Queens *is* a borough of New York City. That's a fact, not a claim ;-)
Queens *is* a borough of New York City. That's a fact, not a claim ;-)
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St. John's is the best school on your list. Did you apply to the Queens or Manhattan campus (some people claim Queens is also part of "NYC")? The Manhattan building is old from the outside but fairly nice inside. It's located right by the World Trade Center and near the NYMEX.

I also got into St. John's (Manhattan campus) and visited last week.


ive applied to queens campus.
<blockquote>St. John's is the best school on your list. Did you apply to the Queens or Manhattan campus (some people claim Queens is also part of "NYC")? The Manhattan building is old from the outside but fairly nice inside. It's located right by the World Trade Center and near the NYMEX.

I also got into St. John's (Manhattan campus) and visited last week.</blockquote>

ive applied to queens campus.
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