My questions are related to Europe and sorry for the long text.
I have a goal of getting into the consulting industry in western Europe, but I also want experience in Asia. I was offered an MSc place at LSE this fall but did not receive funding so I can't take up the offer. For various reasons, I am determined to start a programme this fall, which leaves me to attending the Norwegian School of Economics and their CEMS MiM programme.
The idea is to pursue this double degree and go on an exchange at a top place in Asia like Tsinghua or NUS, plus the internship. I have done my bachelors in the UK at a top 5-6 school and it would be nice to broaden my horizons with the CEMS degree.
I know 2 Nordic languages + some German and fluent in Hungarian (lol). Previously I also did an internship at a tech firm, think (Google, Facebook,).
Ultimately I wonder if the CEMS path is valuable and if it would give me a shot at the top consulting firms? Also, since my "homeschool" would not be e.g. LSE, is this a big negative?
Any insights from this community are highly appreciated, I did not know where else to ask!