I'm a marketing professional living in LA aiming for a f500 rotational program in either SF/LA. My top choices for MBA programs were Stanford, Haas, and UCLA, but I got rejected from all three (my undergrad was UC Berkeley).
I applied and got accepted into Dartmouth-Tuck, Yale SOM, and Duke Fuqua though. I know these are all great programs, but I don't want to stay in the east coast. I love California too much. My fear is if I go to Tuck, my alumni network will mostly be for the east, and not west coast. I don't mind going East for two years of school, but couldn't definitely see myself living there.
Should I reapply next year, and try again for Stanford, Haas, and UCLA? Or should I go to, say Tuck, and work to relocate back to Cali?