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“Good school but career placement is average”
August 2019FORMER STUDENT
Uppers

Solid school, beautiful building, and overall a quality program. I'd still pick it if I had to do this all over again.

Downers

Prestige and network just doesn't punch - some people have never even heard of this school

Comments

Do your research; if you want an engineering based company or something in tech you can't go wrong.

Would You Recommend

Yes

2010VERIFIED STUDENT
Academics

Quality is very good.The students from different Industries share their experience and the professor are amazing.

Admissions

Need High Gmat and good experience which could add value to the incoming class.

Level

1

Graduation Year

2011

2010VERIFIED STUDENT
Academics

Good professors and good case study.

Quality of Life

Good apartments and enjoyable campus.

Admissions

international campus, excellent reputation in Operations and Supply Chain Management

Level

1

Graduation Year

2011

2010VERIFIED STUDENT
Admissions

Essays, interview, etc.

Level

2

Graduation Year

2010

2010VERIFIED STUDENT
Academics

Class sizes are no more than 40 people to increase communication.

Quality of Life

Cost of living in very affordable, and campus is very safe.

Admissions

The admission process included CMAT, essay, application process and an interview.

Level

1

Graduation Year

2011

2010VERIFIED STUDENT
Academics

Lockstep core curriculum with cohort. Challenging and team-building curriculum with an balance between theoretical/lecture and practical/case study learning. Many experiential learning and study abroad opportunities. Workload can be heavy, but leads to collaborative environment.

Quality of Life

Relatively low cost of living in safe environment. Close to big cities and airports. Excellent business school facilities with close connections to engineering/technology innovation/entrepreneurship facilities.

Admissions

Unique application questions/essays, interview, GMAT.

Level

2

Graduation Year

2010

2010VERIFIED STUDENT
Academics

High quality classes. Very qualified faculty with lots of industry and research credentials. Classes start out at about 50 students but by the second year it is down to 10-30 students depending on the class. There is a lot of quantitative learning through case studies and articles. Spring break has been extended to two weeks to that students can participate in more study abroad opportunities, including China, Spain, France, and more. There is a lot of team work but you have cohort that you move around with during the first module. This makes an easy transition, especially with the high workload.

Quality of Life

Low cost of living. Very new and nice facilities. Specific building for graduate students, study lounges, meeting rooms, computer labs, dining, etc. Comprehensive library resources and databases. Easy to find housing and inexpensive. Low crime in the campus area and own Purdue police department.

Admissions

Standard application process. Increased number of interviews recently in an attempt to interview all students. Most likely over the phone. Required to take GMAT. Lots of financing options. A lot of students get assistantships which pays for the majority of school.

Level

1

Graduation Year

2011

2010VERIFIED STUDENT
Academics

The program is highly case-based. the cases are discussion based with good in-built projects. Also the Experiential Learning Initiative where students get an opportunity to work with companies on real projects is very effective.

There are very good research opportunities - and professors are open to sharing their research

We have 6 Study Abroad options to Europe, South America, Africa and Asia which makes the program truly global

Quality of Life

Being a student town, decent cost of living; wonderful campus with stat of art technology. Good dining options for both domestic and international students. It is a very safe campus. I am extremely happy with the life in Purdue

Admissions

Questions focus a lot on the character building experiences and also on unique experiences apart from the regular short and long term goals.

There are very good chances of financial aid and assistantships both before admission and after admission.

Level

2

Graduation Year

2010

2010VERIFIED STUDENT
Academics

Mostly case based, the faculty is outstanding. Being a relatively small school the faculty is very approachable and gives a lot of attention. We have so many opportunities other than just class room. Study abroad to China, India, Spain, France and South America. School also organizes various conferences and case competitions. Also the School provides excellent opportunity to participate in business plan competitions working closely with the people who develop new technologies here at the university.

Level

2

Graduation Year

2010

2010VERIFIED STUDENT
Academics

Class size is between 30 and 40 for most core classes and never exceeds 50. Some initial focus on theory, before moving to case studies in second and third modules/quarters. Very competitive student body. Faculty is world renown, particularly in Operations and Finance concentrations.

Quality of Life

Cost of living is standard for the midwest (which is pretty cheap). Campus is well cared for and easy to navigate. Computer labs are excellent with a lab reserved exclusively for MBA students complete with fast computers and dual monitors. Crime is low.

Level

1

Graduation Year

2011

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