Wharton vs. Georgetown
Hey everyone! I'm an incoming first year student. I was going to Wharton but recently decided that I'm going to attend Georgetown instead and pursue the Business & Global Affairs major between the SFS and MSB.
My goals are to work abroad for my career, likely in Europe or the Middle East. My parents work in PE/foreign service so I'm used to moving around and love experiencing new cultures. Ideally I would work in VC somewhere internationally -- really interested in Georgetown's VC program.
AIso love learning about foreign policy and think Georgetown gives a better balance of people interested in finance and foreign policy. Looking for a more intellectual college experience rather than just finance/accounting.
True, Wharton is the preeminent institution for business but I don't have to work atPE straight out of undergrad. Want a solid finance job but also other unique experiences.
Also thinking about doing a Fulbright or something before an IB analyst gig if possible.
So yeah - would appreciate anyone's experiences with either school (not meant to be an immature post with people bashing each other's college)...thank you!!!