Manchester Business School or Thunderbird

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I have been selected in these two schools with a GMAT score of 600. I have applied to TAMU and BYU and waiting for interview calls.

I am an Indian Male, Post Graduate in Agriculture, 32 Years, 8 years of work experience in Development Banking with Indian PSU Banks.

Tuition fees and post study work are my biggest priorities. I dont have a US co-signer

Manchester has a fee of GBP 38,000/- and has offered no scholarships. Thunderbird (fees unknown to me) offered me a Scholarship of USD 10,000. I wish to move in Consulting with a Global profile though no regional choices. Since I have to accept the Offer by Manchester first and that is March 15, 2013, I would be glad if some specialist provides me a suggestion in time

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by ivyctor2010 » Thu Apr 25, 2013 8:41 am

MBS is significantly better than Thunderbird in terms of brand, college ranking and placements.

10000 USD scholarship is not a significant amount considering that your total expenditure would be in range of 120,000 USD.
remember, placements is Thunderbird are not very rosy :(

Out of these 2 schools, we would strongly recommend to go for MBS.
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