I have offers of admission from:
1) University of British Columiba- Master of management ( 9 months- Canada, Vancouver) 38.000 CAD $
2) ESADE- Msc in International Management ( 1 year- Spain, Barcelona) 24.000 Euro
3) Bocconi-Msc Management (English Cohort) (2 years- Italy, Milan) 23.000 Euro in total
4) Rollins College- Early Advantage MBA ( 2 years- USA, Florida, Orlando) 69.000$ in total but I received a scholarship
5) Applied to LSE Master's Management, still waiting reply from the school.
7) Also I couldn't decide to whether apply to Ie Business School. Even though it is generally ranked higher than ESADE, most of the people I talked said that ESADE is still more prestigious among the employers.
Money is not a big consideration for me right now.
My post-graduation plan iscareer in USA,Canada or Europe than returning to my home country to conduct our family business.By the way I'm non-Eu and non-American. I think the best way to get a job in a foreign country is graduating from a decent school in the country where you wanna work. So as a recent university graduate myself, getting a management master degree seems as the only way to land a management consulting job in America or Europe. Actually, pre-experience management masters are really common in Europe but they are very rare in USA. Rollins' Early advantage MBA is the only decent pre-experience Management Master programme I could find in the states but don't think people in other states such as New York or California would know anything about the Rollins since it is a small private college in Florida .
For Europe, Esade seems better than Bocconi and for America, UBC is much better known than Rollins College but Rollins' program content seems better equipped than UBC's. However, I can't come up with a final decision all choices seem nice to me.
So which schools you guys would choose and why? Thank you for your helps!