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Old 05-29-2009, 02:31 PM
 
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Hello, I am an international student. I have decided to pursue MBA program in USA.
I have got admitted from Rutgers-Camden, University of Missouri Saint-Louis, and University of Tampa.. I want to major in Finance field.
I would also like to know from your experience, Is Rutgers Camden as efficient as Newark or NB?
I need your guidance regarding the U selection. I am looking for a B-school where I can get quality education and exposures as a MBA student.
Thanking you
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Old 05-30-2009, 09:52 PM
 
Location: Katy, Texas (via Clearwater, Florida)
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A Rutgers's MBA holds more weight than the other two schools listed. Their close proximity to Wall Street alone would be more valuable than a MBA from UM-St Louis or UT. Rutgers-Camden business school is fully accredited by the AACSB. An AACSB accreditation is the highest recognition a business school can receive and most acknowledged by employers. Most importantly, I am sure Rutgers has a strong presence of alums connected to Wall Street which means more networking opportunities.

Though UT has an excellent accouting and finance program, they are a regional/local school at best. If your heart is set on sowing your roots in Tampa, UT would be an excellent choice (also look at USF MBA program). UT is also AACSB accredited. However, if you are looking for more exposure, Rutgers would be the way to go. My 2 cents.
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Old 05-31-2009, 06:12 AM
 
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Question need ur help

Thank you a_fl_vol for ur response..I also wanna to make it clear whether MBA rpogram of Rutgers-Camden stands at the same position where Rutgers-Newark or NB. Stands...Actually wid this confusion I can not take any decision to invest the huge amount like $60k for MBA in Rutgers....Nd on the other hand I would also like to ask you whether is it wise to opt Rutger-Camden, which is Danm costlier compare to UT nd UMSL ( almost double)...

Nd wt is ur view abt UMSl...Is it aslo a prefferable.?

Thanx!!!
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