These are the top 3 programs I was accepted in for transfer meaning no hope of changing major. I have asked similar questions but please help me evaluate these schools and if you have gone to one of these, please give me a picture of what the recruiting is like forin the respective programs.
Michigan: great academics, bad OOS tuition, from what I know the career center for LSA econ students sucks (although I am leaning towards here for the academics)
NYU: best diversity, but CAS econ students are known as Stern rejects... also going out for a drink or even a meal will be extremely expensive
Boston College: heard some good things about therecruiting for Carroll students, but what gets me is that this is a catholic school, nothing against catholics, I just feel like it will be a lot harder to fit in
All are roughly around the same cost +- $3k which will be nothing in comparison to a potential job offer I can get.
Maybe something to consider. I want to work in either LA or SF for banking so the prestige of these schools on the west coast matters. Also, I am going to these schools for the chance to work in a.. I have experience, so its not a matter of breaking into the industry. Please help, all opinions on these schools are appreciated
Thanks! SBs for good info