Sloan vs CBS?

Deciding between the two, any inputs?

Want to be investor and social entrepreneur down the line.

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Jun 11, 2021 - 12:15pm

You got into both for their MBA programs?

TBH can't go wrong with either. MIT imo is in a league of its own. That being said nobody can beat CBS' location. I think if you want exposure to top-tier guest speakers, CBS is the place to be, as it so easy for people to drop by. Almost every CBS alum I've spoken to mentions that as the biggest benefit. 

You really can't go wrong either way as they both have strong placement in pretty much anything finance related.

I think if you want to go more the tech investing / VC route take the MIT offer. If you want to go more along then lines of value investing HF then go CBS.

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