Business School...do You Plan To Go Sometime Watch

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Ten years from now I'd like to think I'd be in a good business school either in the U.S or in Europe.
Anyone know what competition is like for places like Insead, LBS and the american business schools?
It costs over 40k for LBS, I see it as an investment, what do you think?
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(Original post by WilliamFoster)
Ten years from now I'd like to think I'd be in a good business school either in the U.S or in Europe.
Anyone know what competition is like for places like Insead, LBS and the american business schools?
It costs over 40k for LBS, I see it as an investment, what do you think?

On Average, top American Business Schools admit around 10% of the applicants...
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40k sounds a bit pricey to me... I would rather buy 4,000,000 penny chews.
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40k sounds a bit pricey to me... I would rather buy 4,000,000 penny chews.
yummy. the 'cider' flavoured one's please - i bet if you ate 4,000,000 of them you may even start feeling a little tipsy.
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I would love to see a mountain of 4000000 penny chews, you could do dry slope skiing in your back garden
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I would love to see a mountain of 4000000 penny chews, you could do dry slope skiing in your back garden
that's just silly, you've taken it too far. get real.
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(Original post by WilliamFoster)
Ten years from now I'd like to think I'd be in a good business school either in the U.S or in Europe.
Anyone know what competition is like for places like Insead, LBS and the american business schools?
It costs over 40k for LBS, I see it as an investment, what do you think?
Frankly, I'm not paying that much. The only way I'll be going is if the bank sends me off to do one. Competition's extremely intense for the top business schools.
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Frankly, I'm not paying that much. The only way I'll be going is if the bank sends me off to do one. Competition's extremely intense for the top business schools.
Money should never be a real issue. Get a loan, then go!!
Average salaries of b-school graduates are astronomical.
I don't know about the LBS but for places like Wharton and Harvard, it's around the six figure mark. Thats excluding Christmas bonuses.
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Money should never be a real issue. Get a loan, then go!!
Average salaries of b-school graduates are astronomical.
I don't know about the LBS but for places like Wharton and Harvard, it's around the six figure mark. Thats excluding Christmas bonuses.
Oh it is...why pay yourself when you can get the bank to pay for you?
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