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Hmm, I would say this depends on what you are aiming for. Of course, 2 years should not be disregarded, as master programs are usually really intense, so you are right in concluding this will affect your income for the time being. However, I think you need to be looking at the bigger picture - choose a university with a name if you will be depending on your education rather than your experience when you apply for a job. Because you will be submitting CVs with plenty of other candidates - you do want to stand out in some way. Here (https://www.accessmasterstour.com/masters-info/rankings-accreditation) is a list of top universities in different fields and an article on why they matter for you - this may give you a different perspective in resolving this dilemma. Good luck!
This forum looks amazing and as I am looking into doing an MBA in a US university I wanted to hear your opinion on an option I have set my heart on. I have been looking for a good program for over 8 months now and my attention landed on this university - Chicago Booth (https://www.accessmba.com/school/chicago-booth). I am most interested in it as it has a campuses in three different countries and I can take courses in any of them (London will be the one I will be attending mostly, but diploma will cover all). As the costs are quite out there I was wondering what is your opinion of the school - I did meet with a representative and they did mention a few options for scholarships, but if I do not land one I want to be sure this is truly worth my time and money. As I have no friends or family in US (living in Europe) I was hoping you may be able to advise on whether this is worth it - MBAs in UK are much cheaper and I was wondering if it is worth investing in a US education. Note that I see this option as a gate to relocating to USA one day (may be) and would like to know if the US Employer will be more interested in a candidate with a US diploma than a UK diploma?
Thanks in advance!
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