Hey, I currently would like to become an investment banker, but I'm not quite sure how to get there. Some info about me:
-18 years old, 19 soon
-living in Canada
-applied to engineering and computer science (and I may apply to math as well) undergraduate programs, and hopefully I'll be attending the University of Toronto this coming fall
And that's about it. I'm really just using engineering as a stepping stone to get into a good MBA program.
I also have a few questions:
-does going to a prestigious school for undergrad, such as the University of Toronto, matter when applying to MBA programs in the States, and would the program difficulty be considered as well?
-is engineering, computer science, or math a good path to take if I want to be an investment banker?
-is the Rotman School of Management in Toronto well-known internationally?
I'm really just looking for advice on how to become an investment banker and if someone could answer my questions, that'd be great as well. And sorry if this is in the wrong section, it's my first post.