Berkeley vs. Brown for Consulting
New here. I know both universities are targets for top consulting firms (MBB). But I've also heard that the Ivy brand matters a lot in consulting. Which college would give me a better shot at consulting? Would Brown give me a substantially greater chance? (considering that it's more expensive than Berkeley)
I plan to major in CS, not EECS, at Berkeley (I'm not 100% set on consulting and want to keep entrepreneurship career options open). Also consider that I might not even apply to Haas, instead taking random (and more interesting?) classes in econ and the liberal arts.
At Brown I would major in CS, which is actually really good there, supplemented with econ/etc. classes. I do, however, like the quality of Brown's education. I also feel like I might be able to distinguish myself better at the less competitive environment of Brown.
Thanks for the input.
(I'm aware the deadline for accepting a college has passed, I got an extension)