Stern - worth it?

<p>Hello. I have been accepted to NYU Stern as an international student and I currently live in CA.
Because I am an international, I am not eligible for financial aid nor do I believe that I am exceptional enough to receive a substantial merit scholarship.
Because of my family's financial situation, I believe that I will have to pay for a large portion of student expenses with an international student loan, which have very high interest rates. </p>

<p>My question is: assuming that I have to pay for my education with a large debt load, is a Stern education worth it in financial terms (ie: after graduation)?</p>

<p>According to **************.com, NYU salary after 10 year is pretty much 200k/year. But I dont know how accurate that site is and if they pool together only stern or everyone.</p>

<p>Well, even if it included everyone, I think that Stern grads tend to be the ones making the most money at NYU.</p>

<p>Wait whats the website?</p>

<p>It really depends what you want to do, and if the other schools you are accepted to can help you achieve your career goals (i.e. investment banking)</p>

<p>To clarify, I have been accepted to the undergraduate program, my primary interest/major is finance and I am interested in a finance sector career such as private equity or investment banking</p>