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  • Intern in IB-M&A

As a Kelley student, go UMich. After you factor in the competitiveness of the IBW, UMich is the pretty clear winner here.

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kaniastephen, what's your opinion? Comment below:

Thank you, although if I was able to get into IBW then would it be better than UMich?

  • Intern in IB-M&A

I don't know too much about non-Ross UMich placement so I can't give a definitive answer. If you get into the IBW, you'll probably place somewhere, but it's definitely not guaranteed.

Another thing to note: I just checked on internal Ross transfers, and they're definitely doable. They accepted 101/482, meaning you'll probably have a better shot at Ross than the IBW.

parmesan123123, what's your opinion? Comment below:

I'd take Mich. And if you message alumni on linkedin, I'm sure they will be open to chatting regardless of major. But regardless the brand of the school is much better- 5 years into your career you will put "University of Michigan" on your resume instead of "Indiana University."

You can always minor in business or internal transfer

cdrizzle, what's your opinion? Comment below:

Go Mich 100%. Much better outright brand and alumni network. Also more fun (ann arbor is awesome, we don't suck at sports, etc.). Know plenty of Econ kids joining EB/BB's for SA and FT. Tons of opportunities to get involved with clubs as an Econ major and you will be able to network pretty easily (most alums dgaf if you're in Ross).

Also, don't bank on a Ross transfer as an Econ major.

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curiousmonkey71, what's your opinion? Comment below:

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