Choosing a B-School: Mountains or Metropolis? Location Matte

by Vault Education Editors | April 05, 2011

By Jeremy Shinewald, mbaMission

We present part one in our nine-part series, Selecting Your Target MBA Program. This week, we discuss the importance of location and how it influences interactions within the b-school community. Next week: Class size.

Hanover, NH, home of Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business, is a quiet, idyllic college town nestled in the mountains of the Connecticut River Valley. Manhattan’s Greenwich Village, home of New York University’s Stern School, is in a busy part of a sprawling metropolis, without a mountain in sight. READ MORE

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