Here are charts I created when deciding which schools I should apply to as an undergrad. As a transfer student with internships in the media industry, and seeking to switch careers into either consulting or IB, this chart came in handy in racking and stacking the schools.
Obviously HYPC + NYU are top feeders, but I wanted to see the numbers compared to other schools. This chart was made in June 2017, and as a prospective transfer student, Princeton had yet to allow transfers (I think they will allow them next year) so I left it out. Plus it's obvious that had it been on the chart it would have placed top 5.
I left out schools in the midwest such as UChicago, UMich, UTA, Northwestern because I couldn't imagine myself living in those parts--it's either East of West coast (literary on the coast) for me.
I hope this chart can be helpful to a degree, although its not the precise representation of alumni of these schools in either, but, it should give one an idea of where these two companies recruit the most.
One interesting nugget is thatfrom certain schools compared to versa. For example McKinsey will higher more people from Stanford while far few from the same school.
I used LinkedIn search to get the info, and its important to note that the numbers from LinkedIn shows people who are both actively working for either of these companies or previously did and have left.
One surprise for me was to see that Rutgers placed a huge amount (please discuss), top 10--more than Duke and UVA did. Not a surprise however was that public universities had a very low representation, which I hope will start a discussion as to why. Is there a stigma against public schools that's unacknowledged? I also threw in a state school bc I'm from San Diego, and wanted to see how SDSU did.
Please comment, critique, support, question, yell--let your thoughts out and hope for a lively discussion!