CMU vs UVA vs Stern vs UCLA for undergrad
I'm a college senior and just got accepted to the above schools. I'm having a hard time making a decision and hope to get some help from WSO. I really want to do consulting (hopefully MBB), I'm also open to finance jobs in tech companies. I'm pretty sure I don't want to do banking/accounting. Also, I'm international and a girl if that makes a difference.
I got into all the schools for Econ major. Now I'm trying to decide between UCLA and CMU. I crossed out Stern because I don't want to do banking, but please correct me if I'm wrong. As for UVA, I crossed it out at first because it is not as prestigious as the others internationally, but I also saw many great comments about UVA on WSO so I'm not sure again.
CMU: I got in their Science and Humanities Scholar Program, so I'll be able to declare majors in both colleges or switch schools fairly easily. Econ is under both Tepper and the college of humanities. I think the school has great job placement especially on the tech field. I'm pretty open to tech, I'm thinking about picking up a stem minor or switch to their information system major if I go there.
UCLA: I think UCLA might place better than CMU in consulting. I might have more opportunities there because it's LA? But it's a lot bigger and much more competition at the same time. Also, LA should definitely beat Pittsburgh in terms of social life. Social life is not my top priority. I can get very nerdy sometimes and also get social easily, but it would nice to enjoy life with sunshine.
I''m also on the Waitlist for WashU and might consider it if I get off the waitlist. I'm open to any suggestions/corrections! Thanks in advance!