Military Vet admitted to Kellogg JD/MBA, MIT Sloan, and Tuck. Due to GI Bill + Fellowships, tuition at Sloan and Northwestern will be completely covered and Tuck will cost 15k a year. My long-term goals are admittedly weak due to having zero interaction with any industries due to 6 years in the military, but looking to go consulting or finance, and would consider big law if I choose the JD/MBA program.
Understand reading the forums that the JD/MBA is typically considered a bad idea, but if its free and incurs only 1 year of opportunity cost I don't really see the negatives. Got it 1L sucks, but would be a nice academic change after 6 years of the military.
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