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I am an international student. I did not do very well in my college app so i only got UW Seattle, IUB, and Hobart and William Smith. I don't feel like going to graduate school because i think the experience is always much more important to a biz major (i want to major in Finance). So could u please give me some suggestions?
Here are some of my thoughts:
I just got directly admitted to Kelley. And I have the offer from Honors College. I get 9k dollars/year but money is not that crucial to me. I know Kelley is a great b-school and is reputable. However, I am a little bit worried about the location where Kelley is situated. I wonder if i could get opportunities and great internships there, esp that i am an intl student who has to acquire an H1B visa to work.
Location might be way better, even though I hear that Seattle is kind of for old people, without that many opportunities.
I did not even apply for the Biz major (intended), but CSE. I am not sure if Foster Bschool is good enough, and my plan at UDub might be seeking a career track of quant, starting from CS major in UDub, which is very very prestigious. But no big deal, Foster is a two-year Bschool. I am also considering Udub because some of my relatives live there so i get free housing and caring.
Okay, this can be a little bit messy. So, to sum it up, where do u think is better for me, an international student, to seek a career in Finance? Also, tell me more about HWS if u think it is even better....